The Imperial Golden Triangle Resort
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... breakfast and lunch from the guesthouse (we had to order in advance so they could make it before we left early the next morning) and then went in search of an ATM and supper.
The ATM was quite a distance away, along the main road - all gravel, and we drew some more silly money. We were going to have dinner at an Indian restaurant (in Laos?) but they didn’t have prawns on their menu and we’d seen a different Indian ...
... was and I was determined to still absorb as much of the experience and my surroundings as possible. I'm so grateful to the people in my group though, I don't think I could have done it without their help (in fact I know I wouldn't have).They waited for me, kept me drinking water, encouraged me to take breaks and generally really kept me moving. It was another reminder of how much the kindness of strangers can help. Three hours later we made it to the edge of the jungle ...
... the boarder into Thailand while on the Mekong River. It was incredible to see the stark contrast in money between Laos and Thailand. Once crossing the boarder the properties and homes were well manicured and proper. Thailand in recent years has done quite well as a country and has moved to a higher economically developing country. So we entered Thailand and then went back into Laos, for customs. This country (Laos) has some pretty strange ways of doing things. We actually ...
First day cycling! I left Chiang Khong at 8am by the time I got everything ready, and promptly missed the turnoff which I quickly turned back after the road started to look a little unlikely, and some locals pointed me back in the right direction. I made mental note to always help lost looking tourists when I'm back in Wellington. I followed the Mekong ...
... the valley was also another pleasant experience. By then the sun was setting and the temperatures were plunging below 20, making it a cool walk down. I was surprised to see quite a number of large homes along the way with blooming flowers.
Guess what? I walked past ...