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Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang
... looked happy splashing about and diving down under the water. Her trainer, called a Mahout, clearly had a great relationship with her as she kept wrapping her trunk around him and playing with him. We got to feed her some bananas and super cane which she munched down like a machine. The best bit was when she ignored her keeper and kept going back over to the platform they kept the bunches of bananas on and trying to get ...
... the city's licence so everyone head out to the bowling centre which is open till late! We grabbed a bottle of whisky and bowled into the night and got very very drunk!! We then headed back to the guesthouse getting the worst baguette in the world ever on the way! We woke up grabbed the last breakfast together as Ollie was off to Cambodia and Shaun was staying in luang Pabang while we holly were off to vang vieng. After breakie we sorted out bags checked out and say our good ...
... to make-A-Wish on flowers and float it down the river after the dragons all make it to Wat ____. We also bought a big lantern to let float up into the air. I was hoping it was going to be romantic (like I've seen on TV) but sadly that was not the case. There is tons of people around, many of whom stopped to watch. As we were lighting the lantern from the bottom one gentleman interrupted us and told us that we had to write all of our regrets on the lantern. ...
It's been a bit of a rollercoaster ride today folks. Here we are in Luang Prabang for our first full day. Everyone has settled in nicely and we all feel pretty relaxed in this beautiful town. Breakfast was simple but the view was sensational - overlooking the river, watching life go by and feeling the bite of the sun even early in the day.
Our first stop today was to be at our building project. A local primary school around 10 minutes out of ...
current is quite fast, particularly after the recent rain storms. A lot of rubbish
( manmade and natural ) is also floating downstream at a deceptively fast rate.
You would not want to fall in.
*We have dinner in a lovely French / Lao restaurant called
Tangor. AG chooses duck and SG fresh water fish. It is the end of a very relaxing
day – we are only 300 kilometers from
China but things could not be more different….