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Travel Blogs from Luang Namtha
Sitting in Luang prabang, my time in Pai seems so far away and no matter how much I say I'll keep up with the blogs regularly, it turns out not to be the easiest thing to do.
My last day in Pai was a lazy one, spent drinking too much tea in too many cafes, reading and trying to plan out the next few days. Asking random tourists for their …
Pierre's Bucket List
37) Take a nature dump in a Laos national park - DONE
After the border crossing we spent a night in Huay Xai (Way Sigh) and headed up north through the Nam Ha NPA (National Protected Area) to Luang Namtha. Our main reason for calling up here was to spend a day rafting and visiting the local tribes. The town …
Zu viert haben wir uns am nächsten Morgen auf den Weg nach Luang Namtha gemacht. Luang Namtha liegt in der Nähe der Nam Ha National Protected Area (NPA), einem Naturschutzgebiet im Norden von Laos, das sich wunderbar für Trekkingtouren durch den Dschungel anbietet. Genau das war auch unser Plan für die nächsten Tage.
Die Suche nach einem …
... injured. I have to admit at this point I thought Grant was a total knob, who was going to get a cut foot or poisonous bite and bring our trip to a premature end. We were joined by two ladies from the village who were to be our porters - they didn't speak a word of English but communicated brilliantly with smiles instead. Then the next obstacle appeared - a very wobbly bamboo bridge over a decent sized river. Grant crossed it like a monkey followed by Dave and I who looked more ...
... with a bitter taste in my mouth when after seeing a family provide a plate of offerings (money, rice, flowers, fruit etc) and receive a blessing, as soon as they had left I witnessed the monk discard the blessings apart from the cash, which he counted faster than a croupier in a casino.
As it was only midday we continued on to get ahead of schedule rather than stay in the sleepy village to Udomxai. Udomxai is very very forgettable. It's 50% chinese and everything ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
A little more expensive than other places we found but really nice gardens, good nights sleep. Cannot really complain. Booking service as cheap as any in town
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