Viang Yonok Hotel, Restaurant, Sports Club
Travel Blogs from Chiang Saen
We had a leisurely start to the day as the only thing we had to do today was get from Chiang Mai to Chiang Saen. The reception staff had booked us on the tourist bus at 11.45 am so we had plenty of time to pack. After checking out, we used the computers in reception to write reviews for Trip Advisor. We will miss Rimping Village. The hotel was very …
We had a lovely breakfast this morning - a massive fruit pancake filled with banana, dragon fruit, pineapple and red papaya - absolutely delicious but way too big. The owner, Ian, came over to chat and suggest some site seeing for the day.
Ian drove us in to town (about 4 kms) and showed us where the best temples were, a restaurant for …
Today was a fairly relaxed day. We started off with an English breakfast which was massive: veal sausage, 2 bacon rashers, 2 eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions and toast - way too much!
Ian dropped us in town so we could do a bit more sightseeing. We visited more ruined temples and the wall of the city - reminds us very much of Angkor Wat …
An almost 400 Km day that started with a visit to John Ric*******'s private classic car collection near the Maejo Golf Club, followed by a 8,48 Km stage run at a 48 Km/h average speed. We cleared this one too.
In the afternoon the road crossed Mae Chan, went to the Doi Tung Royal Villa and the Mae Fah Luang gardens and from there followed the mountain ...
... their pack. I quickly revised plans and told Dan to pull finger. We were not sitting at the back of the boat with the Canucks. Again, split tactic, Dan getting the seats and me purchasing the snacks. I arrived to see Dan get pretty much the last double seat that wasn't near the back, thank goodness. I did feel sorry for the people rocking up at 9am (thinking they were 30 mins early) whose faces fell as they looked at how full it was and saw with ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center