The Imperial Golden Triangle Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... by this, there was only one thing that would cheer us up and that was to go on more zip lines! The morning flew by and as the afternoon drew in it was time to make our way back. It was time to take part in Maureen's favourite past time, trekking! The good news was the majority of the hike was down hill. We finally get to the village to say our goodbyes to our guides and wait for the vans to pick us up. By this stage we we all knacked but at least ...
... called Danny and sat with him and some people he met drinking and discussing the gibbon experiance they had completed that day getting all excited for our turn. The next day we wondered around the small very quiet town, we got some more motion sickness tablets and I bought some nice new lovely trainers for the gibbon experiance as I broke my sandals while we were caving :( We ...
... fear was gone and you were left to enjoy the view soaring above the canopy. For some reason I was not very good at zip lining. Wether it was because I was focussing on filming, didn't weigh enough or just wasn't very aerodynamic, I seemed to stop short of the end of every line. This meant I had to swing around and pull myself along the cables, much to the amusement of the rest of the group, none of whom had a problem getting to the platforms! By the time ...
... flowing amongst the steep jungle slopes, with traditional Laotian riverside villages made from local materials jutting out between the trees. Both Claire and I felt totally relaxed and the change in pace was marked from the previous days in Bangkok.
As we neared the end of our glide along the river for today, we came across a new bridge being built across the river, next to an existing traditional river village. The juxtaposition of these two ...
... surrounding foliage which I kept bumping into last night. By walking further down the driveway and towards the street in front of the hotel, only a few early birds were seen. Other than that, the town appeared to be still sleeping.
At exactly 7:30am, we left the hotel’s premises and soon later arrived at ...