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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... blending the fruit to order, but also helping with the food when busy and being sent to get eggs when they ran out.
Dinner was really good, Mexican this time, and afterwards we went to the night market with the single aim of getting t-shirts. The XL size t-shirts out here just about fit me, I like to think that I haven't put weight on and that the sizes are different out here. I ended up getting an garish blue T-shirt and a green 'Beer Lao' T-shirt. That should keep me going for a ...
... a good reason that Tolkien ascribes such terrible deeds to the spiders of Middle Earth. Beau returns with three staffers from the hotel, a young French couple that is working in exchange for lodging while they travel the world as well as our former monk friend. Honestly, I am terribly at asking people their names and often when I do, I forgot. They reassure us that it is merely a tarantula (didn't look like any tarantula I had ever seen). They quickly shoo it off with long ...
... tego miejsca nie było trudne, jednak dojazd tam prowadził bardzo złą drogą, na której nie znaleźliśmy nawet skrawka asfaltu, było na niej za to mnóstwo kamieni i dziur. Droga była tak wyboista, a siedzenia w rowerze tak twarde, że zaczęliśmy się zastanawiać czy John będzie mógł mieć dzieci. W końcu udało nam się dotrzeć do Niebieskiej Laguny, która miała ...
It was a long 8 hour bus ride on an unimaginably winding mountain road. At times the road narrowed to one dirt lane with a hillside on the left and a steep drop on the right. The destination, Luang Prabang, is a town in the centre of Northern Laos with a population of about 70,000. The most popular destination in Laos, this beautiful town is at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan Rivers. Of most interest ...
... in the scenery and learnt some interesting stuff about the history of Laos which I know none of you will give a f**k about so I won't bore you.
We stayed at a tiny village overnight called Ban Pak Ngouy with the locals and they were giving us there local drink they call "happy water" so strong it was like drinking battery acid that tasted of pine needles but once it had dissolved your taste buds it went down pretty easy after ...