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Nous y avons séjourné pendant une nuit lors de notre traversée du Mékong. Hôtel bien tenu, douche chaude, lit convenable et le tout bien situé (en face du petit café pour le petit dej, près du resto indien que nous vous recommandons et à quelques minutes à pied du quai d'embarquement. Prix raisonnable!
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... falling in the sand with my backpack on... of course... we had another nice day cruising on the river to Luang Prabang.
We stopped again on route, to see the Pak Ou caves, which have collections of Buddha statues in. They have been collected over the years and there are apparently thousands of them spread over 2 caves. It was stinking hot and sweaty again, so climbing to the caves wasn't too fun. All in all it was ok and ...
... of the journey. Apart from being dropped 15km from the city centre and having to scramble up a muddy slope then pay for a tuk tuk (new Laos scam- gotta give it to them for resourcefulness) the two days were brilliant and it felt more like sightseeing than a journey from a to b. After arriving in Luang Prabang at around 4pm we got settled into a guest house before heading out with our new group of friends. For dinner we headed to the nightly food alley and had Grilled fish ...
... in history and was the former capital of Laos before the King and the government moved to Vientiane (which will will visit in a couple of days). Pulling up into the driveway before our hotel, we were quickly provided with our room key and sent on our way, with hotel porters bringing our bags up shortly thereafter. The room provided was luxurious, with a large king size bed, air conditioning and private ensuite wet room - just what we needed after ...
... in the first booth at the front of the longboat since it only had two seats instead of four around the table. While choosing one side, Michel sat on the other side of the boat and proceeded to place the luggage behind the seats.
It was almost 10:30am when we left Huay Xai for our two day journey down the Mekong River ...
... 40 PM that we finally set out but not before some unnecessary drama delayed us. I’m not going to get into it apart from saying "First world shena****ns".
And so began part 1 of 7 of my River Dream.
Well, the boat. Picture a bus, but narrower, with rows of seats (2+2) and an aisle down the centre. The sides are open, from the level of the seats up to the roof, and fitted with curtains that can be drawn to cut out the sun. The ...