Tuesday, March 9, 2010

MY FRIEND JERRY'S DAY TRIP TO ERWIN WATERFALL


SEEM MORE LIKE 1400 M TO ME

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My friend Jerry took a day trip to Erwin Waterfall (located out from Kanchanaburi not to far from the War Cemetery) the other day and he sent me a lot of good pictures of the walk to the seventh level which I would have never seen and lots of folks I talk to have never seen because it is a long uphill trail and near the top the trail gets a little hard , espically for us old folks . SOOOO I ask Jery if it was ok with him if I posted the pictures on my blog for all to see . I hope you enjoy the great pictures he took and that if you ever get to Kanchanaburi , that you take time out for a trip to the waterfall, they are not included in most tour packages as it is a all day trip. Malcolm
This waterfall has 7 levels. Would have been a lot better if we had some rain, but it was still pretty .Fish in the stream are native to this areaThe rest of the pictures are of the stream and area along the trail to the top. From the entrance to the first level is 700 meters. From the first level to the top is 1520 meters of hard climbing.Hope you enjoyJerry

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

uhm. more pictures. sweet.

The TEFL Don said...

Malcolm I can't see any pictures.

martyn said...

Malcolm I spent four great days in Kanchanaburi and for me the highlight was our visit to the Erawan Waterfalls. Your photos capture beautifully what a picturesque place it is. If any of your readers haven't been there then I really couldn't think of a more wonderful place for them to visit. We didn't make it to the top but it was a marvellous experience nonetheless.

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