Viang Yonok Hotel, Restaurant, Sports Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... bungalows were our home for the night. We had dinner with the other people from the boat. Bruce and Sally from South Africa, Sagit from Israel, Kristian from Switzerland and John and Bronwyn from Sydney. Linda and son Sam went elsewhere with friends they had met zip lining. It was a good Lao meal. Up early and on the river again, we found the second morning a bit less photographic, with mostly bush and little river traffic. We stopped at another village which was more prosperous and ...
... screens so there is mosquito netting on the beds. All the huts are situated along a beautiful raised walkway that meanders through lush landscaping with orchids and haleconia hanging off the branches. This is a place to really unplug, no phones, televisions, air conditioning, etc. There is wifi in the lobby but in the huts just time to read and sleep to the sounds of the jungle. I won't need a sound machine, I have the real rainforest ...
... when we got back on our motorbike we learned that we had run out of gas. We then embarrassingly walked the motorbike to the gas station and learned had to get gas in Thailand which was something that we did not think we would ever do! After that experience we then motorbike over to our hotel and got a delicious breakfast of rice soup and fresh fruit coffee and orange juice. After breakfast we motorbike the 7 km of ...
... shaky! Luckily the symptoms didn't last too long so we went back to the 'Buan Bua Guesthouse' to pick up Rhonda and head to black house. 'Baandam Museum' aka 'The Black House' felt like a very morbid place full of lots of animal skeletons, skins, teeth and horns. It is actually the proud work of local artist ('Thawan Duchanee'), who has developed a style of work representing the darkness in humanity. We spent a short while wandering around the house and grounds outside, before ...
... out bad spirits, new babies are washed/looked after in a separate hut to give good luck/spirits, and the wee kids do go to school but not for long. Richard and I got roped into buying handmade bracelets - pricey but worth it for the awesome photo's. Lunch was a spread prepared by the 2 girls that materialized from the back - didn't even see them when we left! Then, the fun started - one of the guys who was tipsy on a bottle of beer, fired up his ...