Mida Resort Kanchanaburi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... cards and mini jenga to play whilst we waited for our dinner.
Total Budget - 2,230!
Hotel - 300
Tour - 1200
Breakfast - 65
Water - 80
Tuk Tuk - 35
Massage - 300
Dinner - 250
Day 50 - 26th May
Amazing lay in this morning. I had muesli for breakfast as Charlotte was still sleeping then we packed our stuff and checked out. The bus wasn't until 7pm so we spent the afternoon by the pool in the hotel next ...
... War Cemetery
Rail started here at Kanchanaburi (southernmost point) and also in Burma - then met in the middle. Dad was in the first group of Australians that worked at the southern end.
In 1939 Jap 'civilians' settled in Kanchanaburi; they were thought to be escaping from war, and so there was no suspicion. They would go bushwalking and fishing; but were actually ...
... activities and everyone just sat around waiting for 4pm. I'd had the clever idea of laying in the room our bags had been put in, as it had a fan and ended up having a nap in there for the afternoon. I woke up feeling quite ill attributing it to the heat and inadequate liquid consumption.
The drivers were waiting for us in the parking lot and we sussed out which of them was the suicidal one from the trip up. Everyone that was in his mini bus ...
... up and ripped the floorboards, breaking them on the bedroom section. One of the kitchen staff ran to get a life jacket and the rest scrambled to adjust the tyres between the sections, in an attempt to stop the 2 parts from ripping each other apart.
The storm lasted about 45 minutes and no further damage was done to the House Boat. The roof needs fixing and the floorboards need some TLC, but neither of the long tail boats got lost, the kayaks and ...
... camp about 20 minutes later and climbed on top of an old girl I nicknamed 'Baobab.' Edd spent most of the first 10 minutes wanting to climb off, but then got used to it and settled in. We were taken down to the river where the elephants got in to about the tops of their tummies and they played around a bit. It was so hot, I was glad she had a chance to cool off. We were then taken to an open field where the 'driver' climbed off and Edd was asked if ...