Siam Triangle Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... traditional village and the towering cranes building the modern bridge - struck me as an indicator of what we may indeed see as we continued our journey: how the traditions of these ancient and learned cultures are having to adapt to the introduction of modern necessities to allow them to continue in their development. I wondered how many other such examples we would see as we continued through Laos and onwards to Vietnam and Cambodia?
We arrived ...
... we live in, and it was a very humbling experience. We spent the night there and moved back onto the boat early morning for the rest of our journey. Crossing the border was a bit of a palaver but we got to Chiang Khong eventually.
We only spent one night there before we moved onto Chiang Mai the following morning. Here we chilled out around the pool before exploring the city and its many temples. That evening we browsed the night market which sold lots of ...
... followed by deep, loud thunder claps in the distance, mixed emotions followed, firstly we were all in awe of the beauty of the storm in the distance, our guide had been keeping a watchful eye from his seat at the table to gage whether the storm was coming our way, but panic set in when he jumped from his seat and ran to the edge of the treehouse to look closely and feel the air outside, without a word he calmly walked to get his harness and placed it beside his seat and in his ...
... search of the rare and endangered species of gibbon that lives there and spending two nights sleeping in a treehouse. I had been looking forward to this trip for weeks and I wasn't disappointed. It started with our group. These kinds of group excursions can be a bit of a hit and miss. You put a randon 7 people together, chances are at least one is going to be weird or annoying or just won't fit in with the rest of them. Not so with this group. We had a ...
... into Luang Prabang wasn’t long so we got out and walked into the main accommodation area. We found some cheap digs (too cheap it turned out as we only booked one night) then dumped ou stuff off and headed out for some dinner. We found a good place (as recommended by the Lonely Planet) and immediately got involved in the Laos cuisine. We shared water buffalo, pork stew and a sharing starter before heading back to the hotel for the ...