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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
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... was used to keep water in to flush your toilet with a little pan, was overflowing: the tap didn’t switch off. I came to regret my need to use the toilet; I wish girls could do it standing up.
We climbed back onto the took took and bounced around the back for 45 minutes; the German girls had checked into our guesthouse for the last night in Luang Prabang, so made their way back to the guest house with us, when we got back to the city. ...
... When it came to lunchtime we found a posh looking restaurant which served food at nearly English prices so we gave this a miss. The place we ended up at overlooked the Khan river. As we sat down we were given a menu and a free "secret cocktail" which tasted like alcoholic jelly with small apple pieces and some nuts with lemongrass. We had a very nice meal each whilst watching a big lizard on a tree nearby.
After this we tried the Red Cross again, they could fit us both in this ...
... we would still check it out, so paid the entrance and climbed up to it. It really was disappointing. The cave was tiny and had an area full of tiny buddha statues. But it also had people selling candles and things and it felt like a money making scheme for something unimpressive. We left there and went back out to the main road to our next stop which was a free cave called Tha Xiengliab. When we pulled up three little girls came up to us. Two of them said they would look after ...
It was a real shock arriving in Luang Prabang - there were SO many tourists- felt like more in one town than in the whole of Myanmar. I have very effectively hit the SE Asian "circuit" and LP is one of the epicentres. It has wonderful things to see, but so many foreigners. More of that later.
Almost as soon as I arrived, I heard about an Elephant Festival going on in Sayaboury, a couple of ...
... the toddlers classroom. The days of the week were on the wall and spelt as they sounded so explained to the teacher so she could correct.Also offered if could help with anything else? Wrote out the months of the year in English which was then translated by the BBM guy into Laos and explained to the teacher. Back into Luang Prabang just after noon and to Le Banneton Cafe for an americano and pain aux raisin before popping into Vat Sene OPT to see Mone ...