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We spent 3 days in Luang Prabang and could have well stayed longer under the charm of this lovely city. The peninsula is protected as a UNESCO site and it is easy to understand why when walking along its quiet streets bordered by old Indochinese mansions dating from the French colonial era (most now reconverted in boutique hotels) and shaded by …
... There are deep lessons here in the need to be flexible. Everything had gone very smoothly up to this point. We had been lulled into a false sense of simplicity. In the end, the two days of relative isolation were a nice break. Most people we met said we really wouldn't have done much if we had strayed in Luang Prabang for two more nights. We off to Thailand now. This will be our longest stay in any country of the trip and definitely a country we have both been eagerly looking forward ...
... do Luang Prabang.
Luang Prabang ma mnóstwo świątyń, francuską architekturę oraz ogromne wzgórze, na którym zbudowana jest świątynia z pięknym widokiem na miasto. Samo miasto jest bardzo spokojne i ma miłą atmosferę, a zwyczaj popijania kawy w maleńkich przydrożnych kafejkach sprawia, że czasem można się tam poczuć jak we Francji a nie w Laosie. Wieczorem główna ulica ...
... the passport.
Just return to the embassy and pick up your passport. I would recommend to check the Visa stamp to make sure the correct dates are entered.
And that's it. It is very straightfoward, and hassle free.
BTW, if you don't have US$, you can pay with Kip. However, the exchange rate is quite bad - 8,500 Kip per $1. At the exchange places the rate is 8,000 Kip for $1. So it is better to have US$ when getting to the embassy.
... body workout. My woes were magnified by my poor choice of pants, they are a slippery synthetic that actually had me slipping and sliding with each movement! In the many pictures that were taken, you can observe me growing more confident as we went along. The downhill and uphill section provided their own measure of difficulty. Despite the fear of tumbling a significant distances to the ground, these wonderful animals inspired me and I found ...