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We arrived at Luang Nam Tha Friday evening, found a guesthouse and got some dinner. Saturday morning myself and Judi went for a run, I was so pleased that I managed 9km! Furthest I have ever run before and I really pushed myself so I felt pretty good! That day we found a trek to go on in the National Park (this is Nam Thas biggest selling point) …
... we were staying at for the night, we saw a few boys who were on their way back from catching birds. The children, along with Zouk showed us how they used the bird traps they make to catch the small birds. The boys had about 4 birds in the bags they carried. We all walked to the village together, Jason and I hesitant over the makeshift up and down log ladder and the boys behind us running up and down it easily.
The village is what I had expected based on what I ...
... of Moni, where a local walked us through a couple of dark, back roads to show us to the restaurant we had reservations at. We know we would never have found it otherwise. .
We've encountered so many other travellers who have a passion for seeing and experiencing new and exciting places and many of them have given us ideas, suggestions, and advice on what to see and do next. Some of them have become friends we know we'll stay in ...
... like to slap their lips when they eat, this was strange for us seeing as its a big no no at home. We shared some Lao beers amongst a few of us and said 'cheers' more times than we have ever done before in one night. After dinner we had an Akha massage from some of the teenage girls in the village. They chatted and giggled the whole time, I think they brought their other halves with them too as the room was full. It wasn't a relaxing massage more of an experience, they clicked ...
... smoke and hearing voices, we found another tour group that had also stopped for a lunch break. Here Sup invited us to have a go on a tarzan swing that had been fashioned from a thick vine hanging over a 4m gully. ZoŽ declined, not trusting her upper body strength, I did tentatively have a go (not trusting the vine to hold my body weight).
After the flying lesson was over we forged ahead and on the way sampled the delights of drinking from a freshly cut vine that drips ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThoulasith Guest House Luang Namtha
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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