Viang Yonok Hotel, Restaurant, Sports Club
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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... including a baby gibbon! It was amazing to see as they swang from tree to tree. It was just amazing to see, and something that we would both never forget. Afternoon included more zipping as the sun set over the vast and beautiful jungle. It was time to head back for our last supper which included chips pasta and guess what more rice. With our last night we had a few beers and played a few card games. The next morning was our last morning in the ...
... with some interesting stop where random meat and people jumped aboard lol. We then arrived at a little hut were we put on our harness and headed into the jungle! Me and holly promised no more trekking but here we were trekking uphill again threw the jungle for a painful hour and a half, we had a few stop breaks and also stopped for some lunch. Then we reached our first zip wire!! Zip wiring was amazing, the ...
... a not too dissimilar route to ourselves! Also on the bus were an Irish couple and a Dutch girl who joined the four of us for an exploration of Chiang Khong. The exploration consisted of a casual wall down the one street and a drink in a local bar before returning to the guesthouse for dinner. The food we had was nice enough and it gave us an opportunity to meet Andy, Jonas & Mel who had ...
... of croissants with fillings such as chocolate and ham as well as bakeries selling cake including chocolate muffins!
Our room had been described as basic but both Anthony and I had stayed in much more 'basic' accommodation before from Anthony's camping in a rainforest in Venezuela to my home-stays and hostels across Malaysian Borneo. We were therefore more than happy with a clean double bed, fan, air conditioning (A/C), energy saving light bulbs and ...
... and everyone was quickly running out of water. A few of us suffered mild heat stroke, one suffered major heat stroke, and even the most experienced hikers were struggling to finish. It was something none of us were prepared for and something I never thought I would be able to accomplish.
But accomplish I did! I made it to the top and to the village! Which was 110% worth the trek. We split into groups and the four girls stayed in one hut together. It was so ...