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 ...
... explore another cave, called 'Sleeping Buddha Cave'. It wasn't as exciting - the tunnels were much larger, lit with electric ceiling lamps and the majority of our time was stuck behind a group tour. After struggling but eventually succeeding in finding some much needed fuel, we thought we should grab a bite to eat before the next stint. Using our noses as a guide, we scented out a roadside bbq. They were cooking up what looked like big marinated chicken wings. Feeling quite ...
... 10,000 kip for 5 songs. Again Det insisted and we payed. After the disco we went back to were we had beers to pay the bill and as suspected we were massively overcharged, 300,000 kip! Max had lost his money with his phone so it was all on Sam and I. We refused to pay as we didn't drink that much and were not going to pay for Det's friends' beers. In total I think we gave 80,000 kip and then headed back to our hotel, nicknaming our new friend Dodgey ...
... said goodnight and farewell to the German girls, we’d planned to meet up with them again in Luang Prabang a few days later.
Edd and I repacked our bags and transferred the essentials into our small backpacks for the next 3 days of trekking. We went to bed to the sound of thunder and lightening, it had started to bucket down and I hoped it would clear by the morning – if I wanted to get rained on for 3 days straight, I’d have stayed in ...
... s took took that had been there the whole time and told us to get that! Welcome to the madness of Laos.
So, we arrived in Huay Xai centre and after a short walk arrived at, our accommodation, Dauuw Home. The idea of the place is to create jobs and teach skills, including English, to poor local mountain people so eventually they can run it self-sufficiently. They have a shelter for people and families of people who need to visit the local hospital (although medical ...