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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... so after some profuse apologies (and some tutting from people in the group - unimpressed) we left only 5 minutes late.
We were in our first real organised transport and had some very funky, airconditioned mini-buses, all very nice.
We stopped at Chiang Rai to see the White Wat, which is a modern Wat created by a Thai artist. It is nuts. It has the shape of a normal Wat, and it has the fundamentals right, so a buddha statute in ...
... for everyone. It was a nice mix of people. Quite a few folks from England along with a Japanese girl, a Swiss lad and a dude from Canada. Needless to say we were the last ones up drinking and were most likely going to pay for it the next day with a bad head in the stifling heat.
A new country tomorrow for the first time in a couple of months. I'm not sure what to expect from Laos but everyone I have met has talked about it in a good way so I'm excited to find out.
... onto the street; the rain is refreshing as it ricochets off the hard dirt. The following morning, the French influence is clear as I am served a cup of thick, black coffee and the perfect baguette - warm and soft on the inside, with just the right amount of crisp in the crust. I take my time, drinking coffee and catching up on the news back home (free wifi is everywhere over here) when Mr Sommay appears, half an hour early; I'm gobsmacked! I was just getting used to ...
... required 150 baht left in cash anymore. I went into the bus company's office to verify the tuktuk driver's story. Sure enough, they confirmed that the boats accross the Mekong can now only be used by locals who don't require a visa and that all foreigners have to go through the newly built immigration which would lead me to the new bridge over the Mekong. Which was indeed about 13 kms outside of town. Damn. I explained to them that I didn't have the ...
... living on less than US$1.25 per day, it made me wonder!
Call me “Lee” our new guide was quick to say as he met us outside Laos Immigration building. He wasn’t hard to miss; he was holding a big “G Adventures” sign in his hands.
Quite small, he appeared much younger than his 23 years of age and sported a ...