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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 …
Tuesday 30 June....
We woke up and got our bags ready then took a taxi to the bus station then stopped for lunch in Chiang Rai before catching the local bus to Chiang Khong......the border crossing town into Laos.
We took a tuk tuk to the immigration point and made our way through to the bus across 'no mans land' to Laos where we easily got our Laos visa (after Grahame swapped his $10 note for one without a 1mm tear in the corner) then headed off to the ...
... out were yummy. A Sth East Asia version of sweet and sour pork which is actually yummy, glass noodles, chicken and veggies and stir fry veggies. It was quite tasty. We left our non moving boat, avoided the slippery mud and headed up the river beach, before long we were overtaken by a Korean carrying elephant. She was lovely, I got a couple of photos of her. Then we met our van and headed back towards town then up to the Kuang Si Waterfall. On the walk up to ...
... a hundred metres to the trees and rivers below the wire. The views are utterly spectacular and for those of us not so great with heights, the thrill constant. We gained in confidence with the techniques needed to cross the more challenging lines- some weren't a steep drop from start to finish so, to prevent stopping short of the end and needing to pull yourself in, required us to lean right back on the harness, bringing your knees in to your chest which was fairly scary at ...