Evergreen Laurel Hotel
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We had our family reunion at the airport in Bangkok when after a long wait Robert, Sander and Jasper appeared from the long immigration proces, it's high season in Thailand so they were not the only travellers. We took a taxi to the hotel (Evergreen Laurel) and were greeted by Christmas songs everywhere. Very strange when it is around 30 degrees. …
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... decides now would be the perfect chance to dare me, well we all know I find it hard to turn down a dare. Well, the next thing I know I'm back in the hotel lobby, surrounded by Germans with my two tour guides taking pictures of me eating a scorpion!!! Yes that would be right a scorpion! So in the past 3 days I have now been on two flights (I'm petrified of flying) , been up the Burj Khalifa (I'm petrified of heights), eaten chicken off the bone ( this makes me feel ill) and now I've ...
... t find it too bad at all in spite of the fact the lights were on all night and the air con made it a bit chilly. While we were waiting to go to bed we had a good chance to get to know each other and we were soon playing daft games (not generally our scene at all!) which broke the ice and helped the bottles of Chang to go down with amazing rapidity!
The train reached its destination relatively on time and then we were bundled onto a mini bus (after ...
... sore muscles, but some great new friends, and great memories.
The next day we were bound to take an 18 hour bus ride down to Vientiane from Huay Xai. We booked and paid for a VIP sleeper bus only to find when we got to the station that the "sleeper bus's A/C broke down" and we had to take a decrepit local bus instead. After 2 break downs and about 20 other pointless stops we arrived in Vientiane 30 hours later (way more than ...