Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... when we got back on our motorbike we learned that we had run out of gas. We then embarrassingly walked the motorbike to the gas station and learned had to get gas in Thailand which was something that we did not think we would ever do! After that experience we then motorbike over to our hotel and got a delicious breakfast of rice soup and fresh fruit coffee and orange juice. After breakfast we motorbike the 7 km of ...
... our next destination. The riding was much more to my liking, we even managed to have some fun off-road towards another Long Neck Karen hill tribe. Unfortunately this one was very much catered towards tourists, they even wanted 250 baht each to enter! We both agreed that it was way too much and didn't want to take part in funding this human zoo, so jumped back on Rhonda. Fortunately, on our way out of the village we caught a glimpse of one of the long neck women perched on the back ...
... about Det as he didn't really want to help us ordering it. It was as if he didn't want to seem associated with us. Anyways, we got to his village and his mom and grandmother had cooked us lunch. Some of Det's friends joined us and we ate some local Lao dishes including sticky rice and fried grasshoppers. We also drank more beer Lao, homemade Lao whiskey and Chinese whiskey. After, we headed for the waterfall in our tuk tuk and Det 'conveniently' ...
... times to know better. Thanks, but we’ll sort ourselves out. A couple of German girls were in agreement with us and we decided that we’d meet at the border and go through together. We also met an Italian guy who had paid the 200 Baht for the ‘services’ and was also doing the Gibbon Experience the next day; we exchanged numbers so we could all stick together for the night and leave together the next morning. The 3-hour trip to the border ...
... The drive was very rough and windy and there was a local guy across and behind us throwing his guts up for the first few hours. We tried to block it out with headphones and did manage to get a bit of sleep before arriving in LP at 5am. It wasn't my finest day since travelling but I'm just grateful I felt well enough to travel and I've got my fingers and toes crossed I'll start to feel a lot better. The major positive was the fact that the Gibbon Experience was just ...