The Imperial Golden Triangle Resort
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... alike would not contribute to the horrors that encompass the drug trade and use. Although it was heavy in its subject, the museum had a lot of world and horticultural history and info that was very fascinating. We then boarded our bike again, got one last pineapple shake from the "shake lady" and drove back to pack and say one last goodbye with Hunter near our hotel. At 12pm we took a tuk tuk for 60 baht (2USD) and ...
... before, rows and rows of dark green tea trees planted all along this hidden valley we'd stumbled across. Apart from the plantation workers plucking the leaves, we were the only ones there! After receiving some enquiring looks from the workers and not sure if we were trespassing, we decided not to stay too long! As midday passed we decided to make a stop to stretch our legs in a place called 'Mae Salong'. It was very similar to Ban Rak Thai (Mae Hong Son loop), it too had plenty of ...
... jumping off the cliffs when Max lost his phone in the river. No idea why he had his phone on him in the first place, as those waterproof pouches are only splash proof. The river was extremely deep so there was no way he was going to be seeing his phone again. After the waterfall we sat down and shared a couple of beers and then went to the disco which was just a marquee playing music. Of course again we had to pay to get in, a bit ridiculous as ...
... been reading were very out of date, even though they’d been updated in 2014. We crossed the ‘friendship bridge’ in no-mans-land to the Laos border and were there in 5 minutes.
We got off the bus, filled in arrival cards and visa forms and handed our passports in for ‘visa’s on arrival.’ Edd went to draw money at the ATM and after not being able to decide how much to take out, took out a million. I was ...
Next morning we finished packing, had breakfast (they made special chicken for Mike so he ate all of his for once!) and ordered a taxi to the bus station. Unfortunately the taxi didnt turn up on time but our amazing host offered to drive us himself. His car didnt start for a few tense minutes but soon we were away. He told us his story on the way - basically how he had been sent to learn English in London by his father and only returned to Thailand ten years later, having made a ...