Chanthavinh Resort and Spa
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We have visited several of the more than thirty Buddhist temples here in Luang Probang, Laos. I was going to feature some of what I had learned about the many variations of Buddhism in this entry. More on that later, because that line of thought has been trumped by how awesome it is to ride an elephant. We loaded into the howdeh (seat) and our mahout (elephant keeper) took us on an hour long ride, about half of which was nearly elephant shoulder ...
... around in the air! We had a lovely dinner which had been prepared by our hosts and it wasn't to spicey. I loved the bamboo noodles but wasn't so keen on the papaya salad which had a strange fishy taste! We then presented the children with gifts. We had bought note pads, pens and crayons for them when we were in Chiang Mai. Sumkit our new guide who is a local from Laos asked the children to sing for us and they took it in turns - it was soooo cute! We then decided we ...
Hey everyone, hope all is well in sunny England. We've defiantly missed out (and felt a little homesick) since the last blog. A massive Happy birthday Kate and Roxy, glad you had amazing days and we wished we could have been there to join in the celebrations!
Our last morning in Thailand started with me waking Sara up at 5:30 am (not a happy lady) and we headed to the bus station for a whole day of bus and boat travel. We crossed the Thai-Laos border and booked ...
... of little bitty fishes in there who love to nibble your toesies. Lots of people sat there having them do just that---the fish take off all the dry skin but I’m way too squeamish, I decided after a few nibbles!
All is well and hot on this side of the world. Hope that each of you are well and enjoying the July 4th weekend!
Can't imagine what will lie ahead...that's the joy of traveling. It's so addicting and ...
... There was a series of waterfalls with rock pools scattered in between them. People were allowed to bathe in the pools and it appeared to be a just day with lots of locals and tourists. We kept in heading up the valley passing all the beautiful little pools and small cascading waterfalls until we reached the main waterfall. We took some pics but there was no swimming allowed int he main pool. We found a little pathway leading past the waterfall and up the steep hillside. It was ...