Chiang Saen Guest House

45/2 Rim Kong Road, Chiang Saen, 57150, Thailand | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Chiang Saen

Huay Xai, Laos (27 - 29th May)

A travel blog entry by travelbuddy14

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5

... he said "it ok but we be ready" holding up his harness. We were on the edge of the storm feeling the full force of its winds, usually I would be fine with a bit of wind, but 150ft high in a treehouse that's swaying backwards, forwards and side to side I think everybody was a little nervous. The quote of the night was from the Aussie girl Cian who nervously stated "I feel tree sick", which summed up how I think we were all feeling! We asked our guide what we should do and he ...

Cruising the Mekong

A travel blog entry by whereisvix

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9

... a pump from the Red Cross, who also helped build a new school building at the top of the village. We give all the children pens, much to their delight and they wait patiently for us to take their pictures before running back up to the school. I appreciated the glimpse of rural Laotian life and it's good to know that some of what I am spending here is helping people who need it. We also stop at the Pak Ou Caves, which are set in the limestone hills by the river. Pilgrims are ...

The Gibbon Experience

A travel blog entry by paul_emma

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8

... tells me medical care really is far away for these people. Pi Mai was still in full swing and sat in the back of the pickup we were easy targets, the driver even slowed a little as we passed every hose, bucket and water gun. We saw families stood in the road refusing to let drivers past until they had a shot of LaosLaos Whiskey. Sufficiently cooled with out shirts clinging to our skin and rain covers on our packs we squelched into the office where a massive feast ...

Chiang to Chiang to Chiang

A travel blog entry by notgettinglost

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... expected but this was probably because it was more like a guest house. For dinner it was too far to walk so we all rode bikes. I did not trust mine as the front wheel creaked and moved on its own. I avoided all potholes and was forced to walk up any slight hills as it couldn't manage anything not flat!

After food, and a suspiciously alcopop tasting wine, we headed back for an early start to cross the border and say goodbye to Thailand. Next stop will be ...

Crossing the border: Thailand to Laos

A travel blog entry by willandamy

3

... minute ride but they have a sign confirming the price so I guess they all charge the same extortionate rate. At the border crossing you receive your departure stamp and then have to pay 25 baht for the bus to take you over the bridge. They wait until there are a few people before they go. Luckily we didn't have to pay any extra for bags, overtime etc but we did see signs with extra charges for this. ...

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