Viang Yonok Hotel, Restaurant, Sports Club
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... according to Anthony). The low voltage meant our lights were dim and the fan was more of a breath of air as opposed to the angry fan that we had had before. This left us just lying very still on the bed trying not to touch anything as we were quite sweaty. The low voltage turned to no voltage and we were informed that it would all be fixed within 30 mins and was due to the construction of new dams. However, we weren't too worried - we were in the ...
... made it. Legs trembling and body literally dripping with sweat, we took it in turns attaching our harnesses and making our way across the zip lines. For the first 20 meters you are surrounded by jungle, moving steadily along and the floor seems within reach, but gradually the ground falls further and further from your feet, you get faster and faster until the trees that surrounded you suddenly disappear, opening up in an instant to reveal the most beautiful scenery. The tops of ...
... search of the rare and endangered species of gibbon that lives there and spending two nights sleeping in a treehouse. I had been looking forward to this trip for weeks and I wasn't disappointed. It started with our group. These kinds of group excursions can be a bit of a hit and miss. You put a randon 7 people together, chances are at least one is going to be weird or annoying or just won't fit in with the rest of them. Not so with this group. We had a ...
... into Luang Prabang wasn’t long so we got out and walked into the main accommodation area. We found some cheap digs (too cheap it turned out as we only booked one night) then dumped ou stuff off and headed out for some dinner. We found a good place (as recommended by the Lonely Planet) and immediately got involved in the Laos cuisine. We shared water buffalo, pork stew and a sharing starter before heading back to the hotel for the ...
... disappearing into the foliage below, breathtaking, again. A giant Gekko sat in the arm of our tree and Emma got acquainted with a Spider the size of teacup. Like Thai Songkran Laos Pi Mai is a big deal and celebrated by everyone. We knew our guides were missing out on their festivities but they didn't let us feel like they didn't want to be there and in any case they had their own celebrations planned. We heard their party from our canopy bedroom well into the night ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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