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... for over an hour before our rescue boat came. The rescue boat had no seats, and it was a mad scramble of people climbing through windows to climb aboard and find some floor space! We made a new friend - an English girl called Jess who was travelling on her own. We've renamed her the Scorpion Queen after she got stung by a scorpion on her night in Pak Beng! We're still anxious to find out what happened and if she made it to a pharmacist in Luang ...
... male enters the monastery for some period of time, months to years. Monks are active around the town. Every morning, at dawn, villagers line the Main Street and distribute offerings of food in a practice called Tak Bat. This is a solemn practice dating back centuries and the influx of tourists is becoming problematic. There are signs everywhere urging people to respect the practice and not interfere. We did our part by sleeping in. In the middle of Luang Prabang is a 300 foot hill ...