Viang Yonok Hotel, Restaurant, Sports Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... side the bed for anything that could eat me. After a somewhat of a disruptive sleep ( I woke up at every noise and sound and there are a lot in the jungle) we woke up about 8 to a rice breakfast before heading out again. I loved the second day of zip wiring as paad let me and chel go together so we got a really cool video of us zip lining through the jungle. We had about 9 zip wires on the way back, the longest one being 600m's. ...
... quickly whiled away the hours and before we knew it lunch was served. Given that we were in constant transit, the choices were quite limited. Fortunately, Nat had thought ahead and arranged for the boat family to provide a buffet lunch for us to feast upon. And feast we did! Filling ourselves with Yellow Thai Curry, a chicken stir fry and mixed steamed vegetables, served upon a bed of steamed rice and followed by freshly sliced watermelon, our hunger ...
Day 2 of our boat trip saw us up & down at the boat dock a bit earlier than needed as we wanted to make sure we got a comfortable seat again. The boat only goes to Pak Beng then turns around & goes back the next day, while another one comes from Huay Xai to Pak Beng & goes back the next day, so you are actually on 2 different boats. Luckily on day ...
... a new experience.. you look up and the light shades are decorated in all colours of condoms! After dinner we hailed down some tuk tuks to take us to Khao San Road (BackpackersvRoad).. I thought we may meet our ends in that tuk tuk - the driver was a frigging lunatic! Luckily we made it there in one piece and had a couple of drinks before we made our way back to the hotel to say our goodbyes to the group. Me and Jon were on our own from here on out... wish us luck!
... bumpy, like really bumpy and we had to hold on tight as we slowly road out of the jungle. On the way we passed lots of banana and rice fields as well as local villages. We got back to the office and had a well earned shower before getting a night bus with Rafi, Tomer and PO to Luang Prabang. The Gibbon experience was an amazing and I would recommend to anyone who has the chance to do it! Luang Prabang will bring many more surprises and stories I'm sure... can't wait! Kuap- jai (Thank you) for ...