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... and we eventually made it past the hydro power station to the Black Hmong village of Lao Chai, our guide's home village. They are called Black Hmong because their traditional dress is coloured using indigo. In fact, Sa's fingers were stained green from use of this natural dye. The embellishments and ornamentation of the traditional dress are quite ornate. As we entered the village, three Red Dzay tribeswomen joined our entourage. At Lao Chai ...
... were little baskets of goodies containing about fifty Q tips and some conditioner. Meanwhile gushy woman was rushing about gushing about the wonderful kitchen where dogs and unwashed humans seemed to be equally involved in preparing our evening meal. To prepare us for the meal we were offered some astonishingly rough rice wine. If you want to replicate this pop down to your local hardware shop and purchase some meths. Roz and I sipped and then ...
... many more things to fix. So i sent it to Cuong, he will review it and we will discuss it tomorrow, along with how to produce the weekly report which looks at the telephonists and field workers performance. Which means now at 3:10pm i don't have anything to do. I was going to have a meeting with the project officer about how to help her with the ...
... t quite as good, but it did the job! The other 8 courses flowed out like usual which were all relatively good! Especially the beef with rice! After dinner, we went back to the hotel to play some card games with the girls! ******** is becoming a very famous game on this trip! And we have been playing it all the time! Once we became too tired to think, Jemilla and I went back to our room and prepared ourselves for the next day and fell asleep straight ...
... the market and they followed us for the majority of the trek, sat with us whilst we prepared lunch and only left when a purchase was made! Watching and participating with the lunch preparation was great and Stella was in her element, however we were surprised that our guide could just walk in to another village and ask a stranger if they could use their house to cook our lunch and be welcomed in. In fact, the whole family joined us for lunch and were very ...