Baan Rai Lanna Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... also embarking on the mammoth 2 day journey to Koh Phangan. We climbed aboard the bus noting how different each sleeper bus we had been on was. As with the last Thai sleeper bus these seats didn't recline much. 07/08/2014- We were meant to arrive in Bangkok at 6am where we had 12 hours to kill before catching the second sleeper bus down to the island however we actually arrived at 5am. We made our way to Khao San Road (the main backpacker street in Bangkok). People were ...
... sated and we all unwound as the boat continued its leisurely meander along the Mekong.
Relaxing in the gentle breeze that passed across the deck, Claire and I drifted in and out of different states of relaxation, taking advantage of the time for Claire to read her Kindle, to chat through the highlights of opportunities described in the Lonely Planet guide and some occasional snoozing. All the while, the stunning scenery continued as the ...
... small town that has grown up purely out of the border crosiing between the two countries. There isn't really anything to do there other grab a beer and sit about. So that's exactly what we did. The place we stayed at was basic, well it was poor , very poor but hey only one night stop over before the crossing to Laos in the morning. The place was full with other travellers all heading to Laos so we borrowed a locals motorbike and did a beer and whiskey run to the nearest ...
... Lao whiskey; at 55%25 strength, just the smell blows the back of your head off! Some of the bottles have snakes and scorpions in them; only old men can drink this "to make them powerful again"... All too soon, Sommay tells us that we are about to arrive at our overnight stop in Pakbeng, a one-street town that has grown up to support the river boat trips, as it lies half between Huay Xai and Luang Prabang. I've seen more backpackers here than locals! I'm having a tasty ...
... the tuktuks, buses and vans arriving to drop off passengers headed for Thailand, but the minibus driver has a nice little mafia thing going, yelling at everyone I approached ib Lao and intimidating them into not taking me. Meanwhile, two Thai ladies had joined me for the minibus, willing to pay the 100 baht, but the driver still wouldn't leave until he had at least 10 passengers, or so he said. Getting incredibly frustrated by now, I started ...