Today I woke up at 7:00am, which is on par with the normal time that I wake up. I had breakfast at the hotel buffet, which comprised of an omelette, sausages, bacon, and coffee.
I then relaxed at my hotel until 10:00am by reading my book. After checkout I walked to the JEATH war museum. It provided an interesting perspective as to what some of the things people went through, the kinds of vehicles that were used by the Japanese as well as the POW, and the kinds of loot that was found.
After the JEATH museum I walked about an hour to the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. An incredible amount of lives were lost in the war just in the Kanchanaburi area, let alone the rest of the war.
I was still early for my 2:45pm train so I relaxed and read a book in a covered portion of the cemetery where it was substantially cooler. 2:00pm rolled on by so I walked to the train station, which was close by. I was informed the train was running 35 minutes late, so I read some more and people watched.
The train arrived at Thonburi station in Bangkok around 6:30pm. I decided I wanted to eat at the pad Thai place I had eaten at on the second night in Thailand so I walked back towards Khao San Road.
When I arrived at the steer vendor I placed my order and sat next to a couple that are travelling all the way from Wales. We got chatting while I was having my food, but I couldn’t stay too long due to my early morning flight tomorrow so we exchanged contact info.
I took a taxi from Khao San Road to Phaya Thai Train station for 60 baht, and then took the airport link train to the airport for 45 baht. This evening I stayed at the Novotel Hotel, which was extremely well appointed. My father was absolutely amazing and got me the hotel, in fact the majority of the hotels on this trip are from him using his Hotels.com accumulated free stays. I can’t express how thankful and grateful I am.
Tomorrow I fly out bright and early to spend the last 3 days of my trip on Koh Samui!
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