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... the only one in Thailand. It looked like a fairy palace from Disneyland. It was closed for entry that day. The Asian tourists loved it!
All these stops were only about 20-30 minutes because we had to cover over 600km in the day!
On to the Mekong River for a boat cruise to see where the three rivers meet an the border for the three countries of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. We saw an island they called The Golden Triangle where they used ...
Upon arriving to Chiang Rai, we investigated tour options to go into the Golden Triangle (actual town called Sop Ruak) in Northern Thailand. We were so close it would be a shame not to visit this place of historical significance. For around THB1000 you could do a day trip that would take you to see the White Temple, Black House, Fish & Monkey Cave, Golden Triangle and a "Long neck" village. Most tour operators offer the same thing but do take note if their ...
... along to a FREE jewellery making class. I love making Jewellery, and it was free, what more could I want? It was called 'Garden Of Eden' so if you ever happen to be in Luang Probang, GO! Our teacher Nik was this awesome Loas lady who spoke English more fluently than me & Nick. She fed us with fresh mangoes from her mango tree and was extremely patient whilst teaching us the art of Macrame jewellery making. I cockily laughed at Nick as it ...
... nice and seem to be up to western standards.
If you count the officer at the Chiang Rai station, we went through four checkpoints from Chiang Rai to Mae Sai. They weren't much interested in me. I'd offer my passport and they'd look at it out of obligation, but I apparently didn't fit the profile. The only interest I received was from one of the officers standing outside the bus who waved at me. I waved back. They pulled ...
... from the Serene Hotel is beautiful. It is where you can see Laos and Myanmar right across the river. .
After a relaxing afternoon, I headed back to Chiang Saen for a lazy afternoon stroll along its riverfront. The northern end of the town is bounded by the Mekong River. This ...