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Nice hotel with comfortable clean rooms. It has a good quiet location near to the main road and night market. Would stay here again. A fridge in the room would have been nice but we got by ok.
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We woke this morning after a relatively noisy night of what sounded like kittens missing their mother only to find that we did not have any warm water. If we were not fully awake before the shower we certainly were after it.
Down the hill and back onto the boat for another day on the river. Today was hotter and stickier than yesterday but …
The pace in Luang Prabang is somewhat slower than in Vietnam. Breakfast this morning was an open air restaurant at the front of our hotel, overlooking the Mekong River, watching the locals come and go on boats and listening to the sounds of the villages across the river. Passing traffic consists of dogs, women with baskets and the odd scooter, how …
An early start today, 5am, but I did manage a cup of tea before going to watch the monks take alms at dawn, really cold this morning but will hopefully warm up as it did yesterday. About 200 monks and novices, some as young as 8 years walk from the 34 temples through Luang Prabang getting mostly sticky rice from villagers. All had bare feet, they …
... 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 ...
... 4 young victims of recent bombie injuries. It is a question of educating
both the visitor and the indigenous population. Heavy rain and landslides can
cause previously hidden bombies to shift location; cultivating farmland,
building infrastructure can all lead
to a dangerous encounter with the lethal
bombie. And by the way, even a trip to the bush on a long car ride takes on a
somewhat different perspective!
*Sadly some injuries are ...