Chanthavinh Resort and Spa
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Could not sleep at all last night, definitely need to get this sorted today, haven't slept in 5 nights now. Luckily the drug rules in Laos are a little slack so I've managed to buy a large quantity of Valium, leading to a massive argument with Martyn and be has tried to hide some of them!! He needs to find better places to hide things though :) We went to the Kung Fi Warerfall park this morning, it was ...
... heading for. They seemed happy enough munching on their tree shoots and bananas lunch. Despite the continuing racket coming from our scooter, We got back to Luang Prabang with no problems. On return to the owner he said the noise wasn't a problem and just the relay box or something along those lines. He may as well have just said 'shdnrhfhhrbeijdbbydufjhchhdhdu'. A 5 minute passenger 'ferry' ride across the Mekong and you are a million miles from Luang Prabang. We hired bikes ...
... ladies knew not to bother trying to get our business because we would always go to the same lady. After breakfast, we walked around town again so Justin could buy a book to read. Then we headed back to the guesthouse to relax before meeting Rina and Susan for lunch at 1pm. Dinner was so good last night that the girls wanted to go again for lunch! It was a quaint little spot overlooking the river with big trees jutting out from the deck at different angles as covered ...
... the rest day really helped!
Anyways, back to the performance. I can honestly say I was fooled by the name Royal Ballet. I was expecting something a little more North American, but I was wrong. The performance was really slow and slightly boring, so I needed to find something to keep myself entertained. Analysis. Yep, I analyzed the performances and compared the moves, musicality, production value, and quality compared to what I know from my years of dance. Here ...
... around the old part of Luang Prabang, just soaking up the
atmosphere of the various temples and sightings of their monk inhabitants.
Luang Prabang is blessed with loads of bars, cafes and restaurants and we are
spoilt for choice for coffee, lunch, sundowner and supper.
*After a local Lao lunch, we opt for a fish massage of our
feet – a 10 minute experience that we have previously heard about but never
done. The small fish do not have ...