A stroll in Kanchanaburi
The sunshine falling on your bare skin, the sweet smell of salty water gushing through the veins of your nose, the soft cushion of sand pushing ever so lightly to your feet. The feeling you just had is orgasmic and is going to stay with you eternally. The visitors and tourists of Kanchanaburi felt this more often than others. This is divine and a regular practice for beach visitors and waterfall enthusiasts.
Nobody would have thought a place which is home to black train, popularly known as the start of World War II would harbor the nature’s most gifted and most favorite water play fields. Evolutionists believe that the human life started from water and developed further into the form that we see today. Quite surprisingly, one finds the roots of his evolution here with an unrelenting feeling of amazement and ecstasy. You start appreciating the never before thought fact that the life took a lift from water for a reason.
The reason being the fact that there are unimaginable possibilities branching from this universal dissolver. Two hydrogen and an oxygen can make the most authentic of sceneries and can process the most difficult of emotions. The water streaming down in the most mesmerizing color from the most delicate rock to the humble surface of a water bodies diffusing small pearls of water droplets into the air which settle ever so profusely on the bank giving nativity to a natural wonder which is second to none.
Whilst walking along the greenery which seems to sway in appreciation of the marvelous combination of flow and beauty you can all but absorb the magic it has to offer. Adding to this the nascent sunlight falling from the creeks of the leaves around you giving diamond like shining to the water shimmering in front of you.
The fact that you are all but just a visitor in the paradise makes you sad but the knockout punch these shots of events land on you are too overwhelming. You try your best to make the best of it. You forget everything that you have done. You let yourself go and live every tiniest moment of your life then. The only wish you have is to slow the time down to be able to live this forever.
But there is a cap on every bottle as there is an end to this experience. You try to gather as much as possible and as soon as possible to make memories, the fondest of memories which you will carry on forever and ever. The best way to truly experience and enjoy all that Kanchanaburi has to offer, is to travel with a tour guide to Kanchanaburi.