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... garden. In the week that we spent there Cynthia proved to be an excellent tour guide as well, so we spent a bit of time with her as she was chaperoning us around. It turns out that Cynthia and her husband had lived in various parts of North Africa for more than twenty years. It was refreshing to meet someone who knew that Africa is not a country. For the most part of our travels we realised that a lot of people in Asia are clueless about our continent, let alone ...
... of the Philippines, where we were to meet the Canadian Ambassador. I think because of our excitement, we only got 2/3 hours of sleep LOL. Yawns were to come in front of the ambassador HEHEHE. After a quick nap and change into "formal-ish" clothes- mine consisting of a black shirt and some abstract pants (ambassador would see my fashionable style LOL) we headed downstairs for some lunch (also very good) and took a group bus to the embassy. The ride there was astounding. ...
... the day seeing a few of the historical sights and then catch a bus that night up north, we'd heard the buses could get quite busy so we decided to head to the bus station first. When we got a cab we unfortunately found out that all the historical sights we wanted to visit were closed that day as the pope had just arrived in manilla and apparently he was going to the same places we wanted to go to! Our taxi driver drove us to the bus station as we sat in ...
... The most delicious I have ever had.
The hotel had a little bakery next to the restaurant so I was able to pick up some pastries for my hosts who came with their driver to bring me to their home.
Oh the home, where do I begin! Maybe with the six cars they had in their driveway...or the fact that when you walk in to their massive living room the first thing you notice is the basketball hoop and half court that is there to greet ...
... faucets got sensors.
Flew Bangkok Airways.Took 2 hours.
Plane is small and was an ATR 72.
Pickup by the hotel truck with open sides.
The Hotel is Villa Santi.Old colonial house owned prior by the prior queen of Luang Prabang.
Had a welcome ginger cocktail.
Ate in a local restaurant...spring roll and Mekong river sea weed ( wafer like,crunchy).the name is Kaipen.
Window shop in an Ethology store.