Mida Resort Kanchanaburi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... were done, the masseuses got back on their scooters and the boy flipped the 'open' sign to 'close'. We tried out Zeb Zeb that night for dinner. We were the only tourists there and they had pictures of everything so we knew what we were getting. Kinda. They were playing a bootlegged Jurassic World in the background. We then headed to Sugar Member for their buckets of booze. One of Nicole's friends said that we had to try them, so we did. We played ...
What an awesome room and nights sleep - I have to say when I first saw it I thought it was built for miniature people, but clean, cold and cozy is how I would describe the U Hotel. How lucky were we that it was mentioned in the directions for our disaster loft accommodation next door. After breakie we walked down the road to the Bridge over River Kwai - relatively quiet due to the lack of Bangkok bus tours not arriving until midday. Then visited the war ...
... 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 ...
... lip open on the right hand side, but had managed to get into the boat, grab an oar and paddle back to us. He passed the underneath of our room, as he wanted to tie the boat up at the back of the House Boat using it to protect the small vessel, and Edd leaned down to hand him our torch. (It was literally pitch black outside). He climbed back in over the balcony railing in the passage and went to the first aid kit to sort out his bleeding face.
The House ...
... Kanchanabri at noon with the sun glaring down with a high intensity. Unlike Bangkok, the taxis here weren't playing pirates (even though they were converted tow trucks with canopy roofs attached) and soon I was at my hotel. Under the recommendation of Chris, I was booked into a resort which backed onto the river and because he had stayed there already and got on well with the owner, I got a very nice discount on my bill for the room.
Once I had freshened up, ...