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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSatri House Luang Prabang
Really nice hotel, very clean and staff are very friendly and helpful.used to be the home of a prince so made up of several small buildings
Rooms are great with big bathrooms and four poster beds
A few mosquitoes especially at night
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Thursday 5th February
Early start this morning as we were picked up at 6:00 am to go to see the local monks receive alms from the people, mainly tourists. We bought a plate of bananas, biscuits, crisps and sticky rice from a local lady. We then had to kneel on the pavement and put an item of food in the monks bowl as he passed. There were …
Yesterday we went by tuk-tuk to Sala Bai for lunch. This is a training hotel and restaurant set up by a French NGO about 9 years ago. They offer free 11 months training in the hotel and restaurant trade to disadvantaged youngsters between 17 and 23 and they aim to have at least 70% of the students as females to counter the bias against women in …
... season)! It was actually really nice to see some more of the jungle and explore a bit on our own. We even found a place to swim which was really nice and refreshing and again there was nobody else there. We grabbed some lunch and sat by the "waterfall" for a couple of hours and then headed back to the boat and the tuk tuk. Jo and Jess had a bus to catch up to Huay Xai, otherwise we would have probably stayed longer. I got back to the hostel and then spent the ...
... to just £3.20! It took us a while to come to terms to how cheap Thailand was, it will take us even longer to contemplate just how cheap Laos is! A 640ml bottle of beer is just 80p and even Chelsea is taking advantage of that! However there won't be any late nights in Laos due to a national curfew that means everyone must be off the streets by half 11! We had planned for a lie-in for our first morning in Luang Prabang but I was awoken by Chelsea informing me of the FA ...
... Buddha statues. It's like it's where they stuff the **** ones. Yesterday in the Royal Palace Museum we saw gifts given to Laos from foreign countries. There was a model of an American space station that looked like it had been made by class 8 in Missouri. Some of these Buddhas were the same. The efforts of the inhabitants of Ban Xang Hai after a bit of a **** up on particularly strong Lao Lao. More than anything it was the concept that was bloody weird. Here's a cave, let's ...