Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... walk straight through. Finally we were on the river and what a magnificent way to travel. The waters were fast flowing, at times boiling over rocks not far beneath. At times there were large whirlpools and sometimes the boat had to gun its way through Rapids. There was so much to look at, from kids frolicking in the shallows, lots of fishermen using a variety of ways to cast their nets, golden roofs of wats and all of the horticulture right to the rivers edge. Later it was more ...
14 August (Gibbons Experience) At 8:20am we met at the Gibbons Experience Office. There were loads of people, 17 on the Classic (3 days, 2 nights-we were doing this one at a pricey $306 each) and 18 on the Express (2 days, 1 night). We watched a short video on the Gibbons Experience and then piled into converted Toyota Hilux's for the drive to Nam Ha National Biodiversity Park. We had a one hour drive on tarred roads and then veered off onto gravel roads. Oh my goodness, what ...
... I pretty much rode solidly for the 100+ kilometres to Chiang Rai, only stopping for fuel. It was a bit of shock to the system when we arrived in the bustling town of Chiang Rai, as I actually had to look out for traffic lights and other vehicular activity! Amelia's navigation was spot on as always, she directed us straight to one of the cheapest options for accommodation which for once was pretty much perfect. So we parked up and made ourselves at home, taking the ...
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... a millionaire! (It worked out to £87). We waited half an hour for our visas and went through their border crossing. We were officially in Laos; it was quite an anti climax.
I’d read blogs while we waited for our visas that said we should pay 10 000kip per person for a took took to the city centre. We ended up paying 18 500kip each (they’d originally asked for 25 000 kip, which is what the blog said to watch out for) and got on a took ...