Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... some of our group were amazed to see meat out and covered in flies, live fish for sale and even a bowl full of live frogs in plastic bags - suffocation seemed to be the main method of death. I was not so surprised having been to China the previous year and seen everything from rabbits and goats to snakes, cats and even dogs!!
Our evening meal was taken as a group and even though some of us, myself included, were a little wary of the origin of the ...
... 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 ...
... safety video with the other groups of people leaving that day. After watching the not very informative safety video and signing our life away in the form a disclaimer, we were taken by 4x4 to the outskirts of the jungle with the rest of our group. In our group we had 7 people: Cian and Adam from Australia, Rafi and Tomer from Israel and French speaking Pier-Olivier (P.O for short) from Canada. After introductions we were given our safety harnesses and off we went! We trekked ...
... 2 days, 9 hours per day!). We got dropped off after getting a sandwich (some veg, mayo and ketchup!) at a pier along the mighty Mekong River, where we met up with a French couple – Bruno and Sophie. It turned out that they were Adrenaline Junkies, and that was the reason they had decided to take the Speedboat. We, on the other hand, just didn’t fancy sitting for 18 hours on a slow boat. We sped off on the boat along ...
... The aircon was awful and everybody was complaining but the driver did not seem to be bothered and told us that it was set to default and was not able to change it. So please do take a hat, hoody, trousers and warm socks, when you decide to go by bus.
We were able to get some sleep after 4 am toilet break and when we woke up at 7am we knew we would be not on time in Chiag Mai. At 8.40 am were only at the Lao border. We got ...