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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsSokdee Residence Luang Prabang
Majapaikassa oli myös halvempia huoneita mutta ei kovin kummoisia. Parempia huoneita saa edullisemmin. Lisäksi pois lähtiessä hintaan oli tullut 10,000Kip lisää joten mitäpä tähän nyt sanoa.
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... of little bitty fishes in there who love to nibble your toesies. Lots of people sat there having them do just that---the fish take off all the dry skin but I’m way too squeamish, I decided after a few nibbles!
All is well and hot on this side of the world. Hope that each of you are well and enjoying the July 4th weekend!
Can't imagine what will lie ahead...that's the joy of traveling. It's so addicting and ...
... and the couples went off to find private rooms. We found one just across the road for 100000 kiep for aircon, hot water, fan and fridge so not to bad. B went to shower and I went down to get some tea. Officially introduced ourselves to the French couple, Layla and Auradian..will have to check that spelling. B came down to find me, so I went off to shower and left him chatting. We sat chatting for ages, and by 11 we were starving, so off we all went to find some food. ...
... 000 kip and can get anything you want. Instead, Erin and I shared a baguette sandwich and rice paper rolls. Surprisingly because of the French influence on Laos, they are known for things like baguettes. We also tried these cute little coconut pancakes that were the perfect desert. We then went to a bar/restaurant called Utopia which was one of the sweetest places I've been to. It looks like a treehouse that faces ...
... was spent wandering the old town, eating croissants with cafe au lait, visiting temples and a small but good museum about hill-tribe people. Laotian food on a terrace over the Mekong River concluded a day only marred by the heat which becomes oppressive in the afternoons. This time of year it is wise to get up with the monks.
Our final day in Laos involved a two hour morning boat trip up the Mekong to Tham Ting (cave). The cave is not ...
... to see Boonya in the elephant hospital. She looked a lot better and was although she was still eating pineapple tree (one of the things that's made her sick), she was being fed watermelon and bananas too. We sat with her for a while talking to, stroking and comforting her. She managed to go to the toilet whilst we were there and although not perfect, it was better than before- think the fruit it definitely helping her. MT called us as we were with her and told us to come over to ...