Viang Yonok Hotel, Restaurant, Sports Club
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 ...
... being only ten baht each, we ordered three of them. It turned out they were pretty much just chewy bits of chicken skin and bones. Not exactly what we had in mind, but one way or another, it was enough to take the edge off our hunger. The main roads between Chiang Dao and Tha Ton were far from exhilarating. Our only brief stop, along the two and half hour long tedious stretch of flat dusty roads and through concrete grey towns, was at a 7-Eleven for an iced coffee and coconut ...
Can't say I slept brilliantly - realized the Thai's are noisy by the river and still celebrating New Year and love their karaoke! Boom boxed til after 11pm and TG silence ensued across the Mekong to Laos Riverside Hotel. A good episode of Vikings made sure I had wonderful dreams of Norway and strapping men dressed in animal fur! We had an early rise for our 7am pick-up - which turned out to be 9am - Laon time telling and punctuality I think will be ...
We set off in the back of a truck on a three hour drive into the jungle from Huay Xai. On the way we drove through loads of little hut villages and I thought each one must be the last as we got deeper into the jungle but there were so many more. At one village we stopped and two men jumped in the back of the truck and it turned out they were our guides. We drove down a windy narrow road and got whacked in ...
... poor in Laos and monetary based). We had already given a donation but the money from the accommodation and any food that is bought also goes to the cause. We had read great reviews so were a little disappointed when we arrived. The people seemed nice enough but the place was a building site. They were building new, better bungalows in between the existing ones and there was wood, dust and noise everywhere. We were the only current guests! Our bungalow was ok otherwise - simple ...