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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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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... use your foot to work a giant mortar and pestle to get rid of the skin on the rice. Once that's done the rice and skins are poured in a bowl and you have to shake the bowl in a certain way so that the skins fall out and the eatable rice stays in. There were a lot more steps too -14 in all – it was crazy how complicated it was just to get hold of a few bowls of what is the staple food for most of the world!
At the end we got to eat some of the rice that we'd ...
... are going everything else is closing for the night. Other than a sweet bun at 6am, a shared packet of crisps, and a Lion bar that Darren bought over from England for lunch, we've eaten nothing all day. The guesthouse is nice, but Susie found snot on her bedsheet. It's a lot easier to type this now I'm on a bed, and not bouncing around in the bus. As I type Susie is moaning the new bed sheet they given her is just as dirty. I'm going to sleep now. No food, 15 hours ...
... English that focuses on grammar and writing. Hence, most kids barely know how to speak a word in English. Thus, Song asked me to teach some oral English and so I did. With the result that next day I did not fly to Thailand as planned, but remained in Laos for further teaching to come as the kids asked me if I can come back next evening. From then on the class grew each night... I moves me beyond words!
Laos is a country that we didn't plan on visiting in our original plan, but so far we’re both very happy that we ended up getting here. We took the overland route into Laos, crossing from Chiang Rai in Northern Thailand to Luang Namtha in Northwestern Laos. It was a full day on the bus to get there, and the border crossing was simple and straightforward. The driver gave us our visa application and immigration papers before we started, and once we ...
... been organised for us that morning. It wasn't the most fantastic of places, but served our needs. We had a great night there, continuing on from our boat day. All that partying took its toll on the next days boat ride. It was another 6-7 hours and was very relaxed and chilled. The weather was great the whole way, and we got to see some nice scenery along the river banks on the way. Often the boat would stop at small villages along the way, loading on huge bags of ...