Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... by this, there was only one thing that would cheer us up and that was to go on more zip lines! The morning flew by and as the afternoon drew in it was time to make our way back. It was time to take part in Maureen's favourite past time, trekking! The good news was the majority of the hike was down hill. We finally get to the village to say our goodbyes to our guides and wait for the vans to pick us up. By this stage we we all knacked but at least ...
... swim for the next hour or so...was heavenly! A flying fox into the water, rocks to climb, water cascading down huge boulders on either side of the water as well as a bowl like lake for open swimming at the bottom of the waterfall. BeerLaos and lunch we all sat here and chilled enjoying our surroundings. From here we trekked a little further and then the real zip lining began. Truth be told, when I first read about the Gibbon Experience, ...
... rolls, French fries as well as sweet and sour chicken with rice (obviously!).
Wanted to have a look at the stars since it was such a light pollution free area but there were a lot of stray dogs and I felt a bit terrorised by them so we didn't get very far with that plan. However, we were still able to see them, bright against a pitch black backdrop. On returning to our room it seemed the power had dropped out significantly - referred to as a ...
... Huay Xai. There's really nothing to do there, it's just where the access is to the border crossing. Our hotel was really underwhelming, and had a minimum security prison vibe to it. But we were just there for sleeping and the bed was comfortable so it did the trick. We went out for dinner at a restaurant overlooking the river, and as a bonus, we got a free show - two cats decided to have sex under our table right at our ...
... of the day, with Laos on the other side. The Mekong is great. Very impressively big and powerful. There were lots of different vegetables growing. There was good serenity. Apart from being chased by one dog. But I burned him off. Hopefully there are no rabid, stray and angry greyhounds in Thailand. Arrived at Chiang Sean at 130 a little sunburnt ...