The Imperial Golden Triangle Resort
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... for their cone. This gave us an opportunity to take lots of photos. One of the women showed the kids their photo on her iPad and they were entranced. Back on the boat we had a delicious lunch that had no chilli in for a change from the past week, but every dish had delicious flavours. The afternoon was spent photographing all the sights with no time for reading. We arrived at Pakbeng village on dusk and climbed a steep sandbank with large rocks in unfortunately for my little toe. ...
... way to Luang Prabang. It isn't really a village, just a few lodges for overnight stops. You don't have to leave the lodge, we had cocktails on the deck overlooking the river, then a great dinner after. Since there are so few of us, we got to know each other pretty well and had a lot of fun. Everything is open air and natural. Each room is an individual hut on stilts overlooking the river. All the windows open up to the jungle and ...
Today was incredible yet again as it was full of relaxation, a tour through the Hall of Opium in the GT, and 5 hours of bus travel through winding roads and mountains! We woke up and headed out on our rented motorbike to get a few moments at the ancient Chiang Saen wats and chedi (ruins we think this means). We went to the old wall that surrounded the ancient city and enjoyed the morning before breakfast. All was going ...
... dish 'Barrab' - minced pork with spring onions, coriander, chilli and lime leaves served with a salad and rice. I had another recommended dish called 'Hung Lay' - a mild curry with ginger. We washed it down with one of their recommended mango shakes - a huge smoothie with big chunks of mango sat on top. Wat Phra Kaew was next on the agenda, by which time the effects of a very strong cheap coffee from Tesco Lotus had taken affect. We both felt absolutely awful - very ...
... will be nice. Boat turned out to be very open/luxurious - I didn't know what I was expecting so this was pleasant. A wonderful breeze cooled the warm trip down the Mekong, where we passed many fishermen, speedboat taxis, grasshut villages, and lots of burning hills where farmers are preparing for the Rainey season to plant/grow rice. We stopped pre-lunch at one of the villages, where we had a little lesson in how they live - no windows in any hut is ...