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... Luang Prabang, but as I began to research our trip and talk to more people it come up repeatedly as an absolute favorite of SE Asia. LP is an old French outpost in central Laos, built on a peninsula where the Nam Khan River feeds into the Mekong. The downtown is a narrow strip of about 3x10 blocks, with a large temple-topped hill overlooking it. Every building is either an elaborately carved temple or a vintage colonial French facade and the ...
... the highest point in the area. We agree to climb to the top (a tough decision given it’s some 338 steps in this energy-sapping heat and humidity) but on the way we spot a huge lizard, and also stop to admire a very old small temple with really nice wall frescoes. We also spot something of a bizarre concept in Laos, that of capturing small wild birds into tiny cages, so that tourists can buy them and set them free. This is not a tradition that we ...
... is still heaving it down and we are faced with the prospect of a very wet walk. Tuk tuks plying their trade with any level of intensity is unknown when it rains, it would appear. Well, the rain abated and we hurriedly shifted ourselves the 3-400 yards to the Lao Wooden House to await our pick up. Doing not much at all does demand some considerable effort. After the rain, there is a welcome cool balm, and a freshness to the air. As we walk across the court yard, everyone ...
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Road to Luang Prabang: http://youtu.be/MzAJ6w1SQZg Pigs in the road: http://youtu.be/X2Vb4gbeOIs
So, we did finally make it to Luang Prabang and hired a tuk-tuk to our guest house. I was worried because there are 2 guesthouses with similar names in town, so when we arrived at the street our driver told us was the right one, Charles got out and walked down the small road to find out place, while I waited in the tuk-tuk. He ...
... language conversation classes for the local people of Luang Prabang. They ask English speakers to attend one of two two-hour sessions, either from 9am or 5pm. So at 4.45 we left our hotel to run the gauntlet to BBM. At 5pm we arrived dripping wet to find a number of westerners and far fewer pupils. However, by 5.15pm, Jenna had her own keen student, 22 year old Lin Lin, and Dave was engaged in conversation with a 17 year old student and a rather brash and somewhat ...