The Imperial Golden Triangle Resort
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... who ran up to Maureen, kissed her and told her "I love you!" I wasn't too sure if I should be concerned or to laugh. It was getting late and it was time for us to leave. Just one more stop before heading to the guesthouse, and that was for a bite to eat in which we all had noodle soup. By this time we were all a little worse for wear! We were kindly dropped back to our guesthouse and got straight into bed as we knew the following day was going to be a long ...
... to get some cheeky selfies mid flight! Another evening of dinner and good company. I think I'd be accurate in saying I've eaten about the equivalent of one of those natural disaster food aid size bags of rice by myself since being in Asia...Breakfast, lunch and dinner nearly everyday! The last night was spent zip lining and then trekking a further 2hours before reaching the cars to head back to Huay Xai where we'd eventually part. ...
... due to heavy poaching by locals over the previous decades. Through ecotourism in the jungle, in particular The Gibbon Experience individuals that were previously poachers have retrained to be forest guards or tourist guides and this along with the charitable work being done to expand education on the matter locally and increase reforestation the Gibbons are making a come back. For 3 ...
... other people to arrive. Luckily, this didn’t take too long.
From the bridge, the Mekong River, this 12th longest river in the world and 7th longest in Asia was finally seen. I seized this special moment by capturing the sights in front of me with my camera on hand. Blue colored mountains could be seen in the ...
... got in the truck to drive to the river, got a speed boat ride to Golden Triangle, walked to viewpoint & market, had a walk around for about 30 mins, then drove up to lookout to see where the 3 countries (Thailand, Laos & Myanmar) meet. Drove back down and visited the Opium museum, then drove to a restaurant along the highway heading back to the hotel for dinner.