Baan Rai Lanna Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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I flew from Hanoi to Bangkok in order to meet Mark, my brother and best friend, after three months. This had been the moment I had been looking forward to, and dreading, the most. This was the longest we had ever been apart and while I missed him, I also knew that this reunion signalled the last three weeks of my backpacking trip. My flight arrived in Bangkok around midday, Marks flight didn't arrive until 19.30pm that evening, and so I sat around the airport for over six ...
... we got on a boat and Micky took us over. It was nice seeing what was happening there but was quite boring compared to the streets. After about 15 minutes we were back on the mainland and on the back of a bakkie with about 15 other people. Definitely not the most safest thing, especially after all the beers we had consumed, but it was a hell of fun. Then after eating dinner in a restaurant it was as if the party never happened. The streets were ...
... with the low cost of food here, 80 Baht (£1.30) for our meal.
In stark contrast to the the Buddhist cultural afternoon we headed off to a Ladyboy cabaret. I find the whole concept of ladyboys and Thom girls fascinating. The show was fantastic, one ladyboy, who we all noticed throughout the show and looked every part a lady, took off his costume discretely and changed into men's clothing and then removed his makeup, well what a ...
... 6 hours and we were done with being lied to. This tourist information centre was an insult to injury and Edd’s patience had run out.
We met up with the German girls 10 minutes later, got our passports out, filled in our departure cards and walked through Thai customs. We then paid 25 Baht each (£1 in total for both of us) for a bus. We thought we’d have to take a long tail boat to cross the Mekong, but we discovered all the blogs ...
... as everyone had said it was going to be. I had so much fun I can't even explain. Flying between the trees in the jungle and sleeping in a real, luxury treehouse. It's probably safe to say that it's unlikely I'll ever get to do that again. I would highly recommend it to anyone who loves adventure because it was one of the greatest experiences of my trip. We may not have seen any gibbons but I certainly felt like one flying through the trees. I'd do it all over again in a ...