The Imperial Golden Triangle Resort
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... coffee. I could not believe it.
Entering Laos was a bit timelier but we got through at sun set. It took the truck a while due to some changes in the law. The sky at sun set treated us to some lovely pink colours.
Again, it was dark very soon and we arrived at the hotel in the dark. I was lucky to be able to get my super using Thailand Baht as the border had no money ...
... captain to meet with officials to explain the cargo he carried - a bunch of eager tourists on the second leg of their SE Asian adventure. Meanwhile Claire and I spent the time reviewing our e-copy of the Lonely Planet guide, examining our options for additional activities to carry out during our three days in Luang Prabang (the terminus for our boat journey) and the capital Vientiane.
The ease with which we flowed along the river and the rolling ...
... a couple of pressies for home before Jonathan and I decided to explore the Old City. I much preferred it to the bustling streets of Bangkok, here we walked around the Grand Palace and a couple of the temples. That night we went to a restaurant called Condoms and Cabbages which raises awareness and acceptance of family planning. The restaurant was decorated with people made out of condoms, there was even a Father Christmas! The food here was really good and the whole ...
... nicely "No we don't have bamboo forests in England"... Very cute! We were all looking forward to reaching the river where we could swim! After 2.5 hours trekking and boiling hot and soaked with sweat we reached a hut by the river where we were cooked an Asian lunch. When we looked at the river it looked really still and stagnant and not very inviting after all...so we all passed on a swim! After lunch we were taken back to the main office by 4x4 which was a trip in itself! The ...
... ll be traveling on this mode of transportation down the Mekong River and deeper into Laos. Anticipation grew by the minute, excitement of the unknown!
But first things first! A brief stop was made at a nearby small convenience store to stock up on water and snacks before embarking on my journey down the Mekong River.