Viang Yonok Hotel, Restaurant, Sports Club
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a 1970s "Green Bus" to Chiang Rai and then transfer to Chiang Mai on another bus for 3.5 hours. This bus was a newer one with A/C and comfy reclining seats! When we arrived in Chiang Mai it was 7pm and we took a tuk tuk to our hotel about twenty minutes away for 150 baht (5USD). Our hotel is called Arte House and is another perfect location and hotel for us. It is simple yet elegant and extremely clean. The best part of it ...
... with a Chinese feel. We stopped by one shop with a great view to take advantage of the free tea tasting. Whilst tasting the huge variety of different teas, we got speaking with a Thai man on holiday from Bangkok. He was a medical teacher who spoke very good English. It turned out very useful getting to know him as he was able to translate information about the different teas and useful advice about the local area (including being wary of trespassing). He also gave us ...
... 10,000 kip for 5 songs. Again Det insisted and we payed. After the disco we went back to were we had beers to pay the bill and as suspected we were massively overcharged, 300,000 kip! Max had lost his money with his phone so it was all on Sam and I. We refused to pay as we didn't drink that much and were not going to pay for Det's friends' beers. In total I think we gave 80,000 kip and then headed back to our hotel, nicknaming our new friend Dodgey ...
... a millionaire! (It worked out to £87). We waited half an hour for our visas and went through their border crossing. We were officially in Laos; it was quite an anti climax.
I’d read blogs while we waited for our visas that said we should pay 10 000kip per person for a took took to the city centre. We ended up paying 18 500kip each (they’d originally asked for 25 000 kip, which is what the blog said to watch out for) and got on a took ...
... money after working his way up and learning more and more skills but then having spent it all again. It was really interesting. At the bus station he refused to take any money and bid us a warm goodbye - lovely man. We waited a while before boarding the bus. It was pretty luxurious with large reclining seats, headrests and loads of legroom. We were given water, a towelette and a snack each. Some terrible show was playing on a TV at the front but it soon packed up, like a lot ...