Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... I guess everyone had gone home. Nightlife in Lao seems to end early however all in all it was a fantastic day. Our last day in Huay Xai before the Gibbon Experience and Det, one of the tour guides that worked there, invited us to go to a waterfall with him and some friends. Joe was nowhere to be found and we couldn't pass on an opportunity with locals. So at 1pm myself, Sam and Max caught a tuk tuk to his village. Ordering the tuk tuk I got a ...
... been reading were very out of date, even though they’d been updated in 2014. We crossed the ‘friendship bridge’ in no-mans-land to the Laos border and were there in 5 minutes.
We got off the bus, filled in arrival cards and visa forms and handed our passports in for ‘visa’s on arrival.’ Edd went to draw money at the ATM and after not being able to decide how much to take out, took out a million. I was ...
Next morning we finished packing, had breakfast (they made special chicken for Mike so he ate all of his for once!) and ordered a taxi to the bus station. Unfortunately the taxi didnt turn up on time but our amazing host offered to drive us himself. His car didnt start for a few tense minutes but soon we were away. He told us his story on the way - basically how he had been sent to learn English in London by his father and only returned to Thailand ten years later, having made a ...
We woke up at 8:30 to go for breakfast at 9, we took it easy and slow today as we didn't have a lot of km to do, we calculated it would be about 100 km to Chiang Khong going along a secondary road and following the Mekong and border. We left around 10:30 and it was getting warmer quickly now. We arrived after about one hour and a half with a few photo stops at the golden triangle which is the spot where the three countries meet Thailand - Myanmar and Cambodia. This area was real ...
... was maybe 3 meters wide, and 34 meters long. It was open so in the morning it was cold, everyone had torn their bags apart looking for warm layers to put on. Many people went back to sleep, I of course stayed awake, watching the goings on the river. Changing currents, temple caves, people bathing, fishing and just relaxing on the shore. I even spotted some children who had rushed down to the river to wave, I was the only one awake so I alone had the responsibility of waving back ...