Mida Resort Kanchanaburi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
... to wash the new delivery of watermelons and pumpkins to get rid of any pesticides.Once the fruit was all ready we went back up for lunch ourselves. There was a huge selection of food to choose from and it was all delicious. There was tea and coffee and fresh fruit too. After lunch, we went back down to prepare the sticky rice. We had to roll it into balls a bit bigger than a tennis ball (apparently if they're not the right size, the elephants won't eat them-fussy much?!) and ...
... before I had to sweep up and put them back in their transport boxes to go back to their cages for the night. Best day ever!!
Total Budget - 4,500!
Volunteer Costs - 4,500 for 4 nights and 3 days
Plus 50 baht for drinks here and there
Day 46 - 22nd May
I am on rescue today and Charlotte is on Cubs. I did practically nothing on Cubs except play with them but Charlotte had to clean loads of monkey cages which she said took ages whilst ...
... to stroke every cat in sight with the exception of the guesthouse cat I’d named Sylvester. There was a baby tabby, (like my Sabre) with a short tail, roaming around the restaurant however, and I gave in. He/She (I didn’t check) purred away in my arms as I scratched him behind his ears. I decided I needed to get a cat as soon as we possibly could. I missed cat loving in my life. We then had a 2-hour drive to a gas station that can only ...
... 160; We finally found Tara Raft Guest House situated on the River Kwai, we checked in looking like we’d jumped in it just before. Our room was right next to reception and we were looking forward to a cool shower. The room was so small you couldn’t swing a cat in it, not even a small one (no ill harm meant to all feline friends). It had its on fridge though, which meant that we wouldn’t have to buy new cold water every 2 ...
... AWOL stories and also the one where he got locked up. He event sung us a war time era song. Asked whether he was a tenor or baritone, he replied that he was a 'shocker'.
We told stories all the way to HFP and entering Konyu 3 POW camp.
Alighted the bus we headed down past the museum to the cutting, dimly lit by citronella candles. Its dark and we are keen to secure a decent possie as are the ...