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A wonderful place with very friendly owners and a great breakfast along the river. Can definitely recommend this place!
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We are going to learn to be a mahout! We are going to the elephant camp just outside Luang Prabang, in the jungle. It is a very cool place. It has Laos's style wooden cottages and a central area with river views, sounds of the jungle and friendly people. Our first introduction to the elephants is great. They are so big (bigger than we thought).They …
... to have two plots of land and two shelters.
When we were all bought-out, we went back to the Thai side and visited an enormous golden Buddha statue. To walk into the compound, you must walk through an elephant statue doorway through its front and back legs. It is believed that doing so here or in real life brings good luck. I wasn’t very interested, so I left the place to go look at what was for sale in the shopping stalls outside. I wonder how so many ...
... the journey ends up taking 11 and a half hours; what a long ass day! Book ourselves into a cheap guesthouse for 50,000 Kip (about £3.50) and head to the market for some food. The temperature here is a lot cooler that Thailand at night which is a welcome relief to myself and Lee. Absolutely fatigued after that journey, so early night all round. Looking forward to exploring this apparent little diamond in Laos ...
... me! I rewarded her the same way as I did Tunsi, then headed back to the hotel to shower again and head to the airport. The rest of the day was taken up travelling to Bangkok, getting to the hotel, getting a thai massage then ordering late dinner to the room. Tomorrow Imstart portion 3 of this trip. I will be writing each day, but much smaller entries to preserve battery, that I will post when I get internet perhaps not until the end of the trek! Chow for ...
... and we will share stories, love and laugh, oh and of course drink. So an 8 hour mini bus ( up there with the worst ever) took us to the boarder, we kipped in a **** hole and our 7am wake up was kindly sweetened with a warm sog they called breakfast. Sorting Laos visas was pretty straight forward through passport control and there I am! Laos bound (north). The first day slow boat was a shorter duration to the next 1130-5). It was awsum, we got our ...