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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 …
... and another girl decided to make herself our guide. She took us through some woods and to the entrance of the cave. From here we had to clamber over rocks and walk across planks which was pretty crazy. The little girl did it like it was nothing! Inside was really nice and there was a lake to swim in. Dave and Steve decided to take the plunge and Craig and I sat and watched. You could swim through the cave to the other side where there was some nice countryside. After a while, we ...
... trip later to Secret Pizza. Met Jo's mother (Ruth) visiting from London. As walked home,spotted our laundry hanging out to dry. Fortunately undies were not on view. Home and relaxed by the side of the pool. Had chlorine put in it so unable to swim. Picked up our laundry as instructed from next door house. A bargain at 56,000kip (approx £5 for 7kg which is a lot of washing!). Mone arrived around 6.30-got half way out to Secret Pizza when she received ...
... VV and I was gobsmacked by the vistas on every turn. The villages seemed to have their own theme and every one of them were different. It really was a visual extravaganza which made up for the potholes, the potholes in potholes, the buses, trucks, the diesel fumes, buffalo, wild pigs, dogs, school kids, Buddhist monks, goats, dust, fog etc... that tried to ruin my ride by killing me ;-) Anyway, I stopped for a coffee at a little village south of my destination named ...
... out by our rooms and managed to update. We have a pesky tiddler kitten with its mum play fighting by our feet, and wherever we go for some reason I'm a cat magnet (that could've been phrased worse) no matter how mangey they plonk themselves on my lap! It's now the next morning. I lay in bed starting this whilst Soph got breakfast. We're currently sat outside our room with an cold coffee and banana chocolate pancakes. Hoping to do tubing today but we'll see. Over and out for now ...