The sad sunken temples of Sanghkhlaburi.
The local people have these swirls on their faces which act as sunscreen. Unique amongst indigenous peoples.
The sunscreen story may or may not be true. But its a nice one.
The Mon Bridge in Sangkhlaburi. Named after the Mon People who dwell on the other side of the water.
I thought I timed this one quite well. (see monk in the distance)
Sunset. River Kwai. With mountains.
“The Death Railway”
On the Bridge on the River Kwai.
On the bridge.
The Bridge on the River Kwai, from the river bank.
Is it the same one the POWs built?
Hope your case has caught up with you xx
Yes, both the railway line and the Bridge were built by POWs.
I had the opportunity to go to Hell Fire Pass to but that was a bit far.
Yes, thanks, case caught up with me. xx
Fabulous fotos, Tim! Thanks for sharing your trip with us, vicarious enjoyment appreciated.
Thanks Anna. It’s quite hard to determine which photos to post on this tiny screen.
Hope they look good on your giant monitor.
So good to see you again! Miss you already.. Luca and Fam
What a great time, again. I’m glad you enjoyed Ankor and you found a bicycle for you and the children. It looked fun, maybe I should have come too!