Royal Mekong Nong Khai
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... s the joys of the tropics and travel. I packed the gear in the panniers and and figured it looked like it was going to be a lengthy soaker so I'd head out in it anyway. I usually don't like to ride the old gal in the rain too much, but was also itchy to ride. Once you're wet,....... well you're wet anyway.
I chatted briefly with an older English guy in the lobby. He was saying he had done the ride between udonthani ...
... ago. They are still there, and while it is gradually getting a little smarter, but it is still incredibly chilled. Rasta-haired Germans and gap year kids from Leeds rub shoulders with, well, ex-bankers! It is incredibly low key and relaxing. Most accommodation is actually on facing the river, or even on it, and there is great fish and fruit ( as well as "happy smoothies, whatever they are?)
... on. We originally booked three nights but ended up staying for 5. I think Mut mee bungalows was part of the experience with friendly staff and good food and of course great location right on the Meakong River. There's not an abundance of things to do here but it feels homely and welcoming and just makes you want to stay. Cycling is good as it is mostly flat but most people hire motor bikes to get ...
We flew to Udon Thani and drove up to Miracle Springs. We stayed in a dome house. It had a bamboo tap in the bathroom and a deck on the roof of the bedroom. We went to a village to buy food. There was lots of dogs that barked at us when we passed their house. The village had around four ...
... be allowed into Vietnam with the damaged passport. As they do not have the equipment to issue Emergency Travel Documents (and replacement passports take up to 4 weeks to source from Hong Kong) we had to make do with an official letter from them stating that the passport was genuine and did belong to the boy concerned and just take our chances when we crossed the land border from Dansavanh to Lao ...