Chiang Saen Guest House

Address: 45/2 Rim Kong Road, Chiang Saen, 57150, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 45/2 Rim Kong Road, Chiang Saen.
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      Loco Laos

      A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on Mar 10, 2015

      10 photos

      ... were told as again they spoke limited English). While she was away, someone else came in and plugged it in another socket which worked fine. The mother turned up a few minutes later and, realising she'd been home for no reason, started laying into her daughter. It was all just hilarious. We had some further massage and then the hot compresses, which I'm sure at times were just about cool enough not to cause burns. I quite enjoyed them though. Then they told us we were ...

      Gibbons!!

      A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Nov 27, 2014

      24 photos

      ... and get ourselves into our treehouse families. (There was a total of 7 tree houses) We had previously made friends the night before and we grouped up together. Our group of 8 and a guide made our way to our tree house. More hiking was involved, and it is fair to say we definitely had a good work out. More steep climbs were needed but what comes up must come down! So we reach our first zip line! It was unreal as we fly across the jungle, over trees ...

      Old man river slow boatin'

      A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 15, 2014

      13 photos

      ... people jumping ship. It was pretty funny. Situated on our boat we finally got cruising. The Mekong river is quite the beast when it comes to size and speed of a river, so floating down it the motor on the boat was more used as a source for stirring rather than actual propulsion. The scenic float was rather relaxing, we met some fellow travelers (all Europeans), played some cards, read, but mostly just relaxed and enjoyed the jungle surrounding ...

      Still Alive...ish

      A travel blog entry by kelsey.pedlar on Sep 01, 2013

      ... dinner of chicken soup, fried egg, steamed rice, vegetables, and a spicy salsa to go with it. Definitely one of my top five favorite things I ate. After dinner the village lit a bonfire and we all got to watch and partake in some tribal dancing. It was a lot of fun. We were all exhausted and went to bed soon after that in our mosquito net protected beds. I slept like a rock, until about 4am when the roosters started crowing at one another. We finally got up around 7 and ...

      Entering Lao PDR

      A travel blog entry by cwilkie on Jan 17, 2011

      11 photos

      ... whiskey of dubious quality was a hospital trip waiting to happen. And even if I didn't drink them, sure, they would make great souvenirs, but how on earth would I sneak them through several nations to bring them to my home nation? No, a photo was good enough for me, for all intents and purposes.

      But you know, the tuk-tuk did eventually arrive and we threw our bags aboard it, took on two more passengers and sped off. There was another tourist who peeked in at us as we passed, ...

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