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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Mekong Estate Luang Prabang
Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang
... It seemed to happen in slow motion, and the next thing I knew I was back into the lush vegetation of the forest heading straight for the tree landing. As instructed, I lifted my feet to stop myself from hitting both the landing and the giant tree, and the guide helped me slow down to a stop. Justin on the other hand, had a crash landing into the tree (thankfully there was padding on the tree!). The guide said "ooooo! are you ok!?" hahaha I can now validate ...
... friends Kamran and Jean and Karen for their generous donations too!! The Temple Hunt consisted of about 5 groups of 3 people each who got maps and a list of temples around Luang Prabang. We all had until 12pm to visit and take pictures of as many temples listed on our booklets GVI gave us as possible. Lena, Charly and I headed out walking briskly to each temple. It was good fun but we got suck at one temple we couldn't find for an hour. ...
... made friends with a little chubby girl in a usa t-shirt. wanna steal her! caught a tuk tuk home, showered, napped, and met snowey and jared for a game of pool. after, headed to utopia, the big backpacker bar. it was tucked away off the main street. very cool atmosphere. bunch of low tables with people sprawled out on pillows smoking hookahs. saw one guy juggling and another twirling fire. okay, lp. i like you. goodnight. day thirty-seven / kuang si waterfall: rounded up the gang at 9am ...
... s back with a Mahout (elephant trainer) riding on the neck. Claire at this stage was fairly terrified and reluctantly and hesitantly boarded with some encouragement from me. We were held in by a bar and off we went, carefully strolling up and out of the compound towards the hills surrounding the village. As we left the compound and began our meander atop the elephant we looked ahead and saw what could only describe as a muddy slope and ...
... small local corn.
Took a tuk tuk to the hotel.Villa Santi Hotel again.
Observe that locals eat rice noodle soup for breakfast and lunch.
Walk to a bookstore near hotel.
Dinner at Tamnak Lao Restaurant again.They have authentic Lao cuisine .
Fish lap and sticky rice were ordered.Sticky rice is usually serve in a straw basket.