The Imperial Golden Triangle Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... it was very inviting, so we found a spot on the floor and ordered some spicy (fresh out of the Mekong) fish, spicy pork, and spicy papaya salad! With our noses running, mouths burning and eyes watering we managed to find our way back to the room and to bed, with the hope of not waking up to the noise of vermin! Day twelve: Chiang Saen - Phu Chi Fa. It turned out we actually had a great night sleep with no interruptions! Not seeing much to do in Chiang Saen we packed and ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...