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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Babysitting service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and garlic bread cause why not. It was here we found out a few interesting facts about Laos: The curfew that we have talked about previously is laid down by the government stating that everyone should be in their homes by midnight and so things shut at 11:30pm to allow staff to get home in time. Also, Laos wasn't accessible by road until the 21st century!!! Fully stocked up on food and knowledge we headed back to our hostel. ...
... to do with the fact that I saw 3 cockroaches then whacked my head on the rocks but all of a sudden I started thinking it was hard to breath. Just as I said out loud that I wanted to go back, we realized we had hit the end of the cave so I took a few more steps, slapped the wall to say I made it to the end of the cave then bolted as fast as I could back towards the light.
One last thing to note, as with most places I am now realizing in Asia, there was a night ...
... of Theravada Buddhist temples, French–Indochinese shophouses and royal mystique that lends Luang Prabang a pull unmatched by any other city in Laos. This is not only where the first proto-Lao nation took root, it’s also the birthplace of countless Lao rituals and the origin of a line of rulers, including the rulers of Vientiane, Champasak and Lane Xang. Luang Prabang ...
I was in the village of Ban Xang Khong, about 30 minutes by foot from the Luang Prabang town centre. It was a quiet little village famed for its traditional paper production.
From there I took a different route back to ...