Mida Resort Kanchanaburi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
... to the top seven but neither could any ones else! Came back down and swam into the lovely cool water but had to put up with fish nipping at you! Drove to this lovely place which is a really great resort with two swimming pools and a lake outside the balcony. Pictures ...
... 686 356 dead +/-
Korean and Japanese soldiers 15000 1000 dead
This was a very hard museum to look at. No pics were allowed ( sorry)
They showed replicas of the medical facilities and what little they had to work with.
Pictures of emaciated men so thin every bone showed.
But from Japanese perspective still able to work.
... We went to Cubs for a bit to play with the babies then had dinner at 4:30pm which was chicken and vegetables in a tomato sauce with pasta. Us 3 went back to the rooms and Sophie came with a cake for me which was really thoughtful of her to have organised. Although we had dinner before everyone else so she didn't sing lol! But when the boys came back we lit the candles and they sang me happy birthday then we pretty much demolished the cake and when went ...
... the elephants bananas and got a lift to Cubs so I could play. I can't stay away, they are gorgeous. After lunch we went back to monkeys and made little food pouches out of banana leaf and put porridge, jam, fruit and nuts inside then tied it with vines. Each monkey got two and I obviously fed the naughty ones first. Every monkey I fed grabbed me at some point this afternoon! At 3pm I met Charlotte by the elephants with the other volunteers, time to swim in the river. So me ...
... explaining the differences between Bangkok and Kanchanaburi hospitals that I tried to make a polite exit.
Somewhat tongue-in-cheek I mentioned I needed to leave for Myanmar tomorrow and that I should probably make a move. 23 years outside of the UK seemed to have weakened his sarcasm radar as the joke didn't register. I was about to head out of the door when he rather frantically said; 'Have you read The Railway Man?' I concurred and commented what a great, but very sad ...