Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE HOPE YOU ARE ALL HAVING AS GOOD A TIME AS US! Christmas Day and up with the lark again as 10 of us are off on a bike ride around the town and country side for 4 hours. I left sue to pack our bags and go shopping, while we were navigating the manic traffic on our hire bikes and visiting another 8 temples. Back for checking out of the hotel and loading our kit onto two minivans for a ...
... we are in their neck of the woods. I hope some day I can offer the same thing to young unknown travelers as well. The next morning we boarded our morning bus and the trip to Laos had began. After a rather uneventful bus ride (met a German punk rocker who was covered in tattoos) we arrived at a border town in Thailand where we would stay the night before crossing the Laos border in the morning and board the slow boat. Next blog will take place in Laos! And the journey ...
... side the bed for anything that could eat me. After a somewhat of a disruptive sleep ( I woke up at every noise and sound and there are a lot in the jungle) we woke up about 8 to a rice breakfast before heading out again. I loved the second day of zip wiring as paad let me and chel go together so we got a really cool video of us zip lining through the jungle. We had about 9 zip wires on the way back, the longest one being 600m's. ...
... flowing amongst the steep jungle slopes, with traditional Laotian riverside villages made from local materials jutting out between the trees. Both Claire and I felt totally relaxed and the change in pace was marked from the previous days in Bangkok.
As we neared the end of our glide along the river for today, we came across a new bridge being built across the river, next to an existing traditional river village. The juxtaposition of these two ...
... 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 ...