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... t check in until 12. After being on that horrible train it was nice to sit in the garden of the bungalows, drinking coffee and eating hot food. Time flew by and before we knew it, we were checked into our room where we caught up on some sleep. Still sufferring from jetlag a bit too. Can't say that we did much today but look around and eat food! Across the river ...
Moving from the home stay just a 20 minute drive to a hotel where we were going to spend New Years Eve was an easy move compared with the traveling we have been doing. After changing in our rooms it was of shopping for Sue and a full adventure day for me. Starting off with a tube ride through pitch black caves followed by a 10k kayak journey down a river stopping for lunch at a place ...
... then Nana, a lovely young lady from the village gave me a scarf (I am sure she sacrificed it from her wardrobe) which I will keep forever in memory of her.
After our project we went back to Luang Prabang for one night and had a group dinner at a Chinese run hotel before heading out one more time to the night market. The next day we left for a long ride to Vientiane enjoyed the beautiful scenery along the ...
We had a nice lie in and headed down to breakfast. There, we took our time having lots of tea and coffee. After breakfast we chilled in the room for a bit taking our time to get ready to go out. When it did come around to going out, it was around 12. We walked outside and it was so hot. We decided to walk around the corner to the palace. At the palace, the heat was so uncomfortable. We decided to head back to the room and come back out later. On ...
Every Saturday I go to the organic market at That Luang and every time I am surprised by how many customers there are. I mean Lao customers and not expats. So this means that there is a real sustainable market for these products and the local people are willing to pay more for healthy organic food.
Food is very important in Laos and it is always a real family affair. Of ...