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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... refreshing to swim in and impressive to look at. Lunch was local, fresh and very tasty. After we got back we took our pedals off the bikes and handed them back. After all that riding 800+kms it will feel weird not to ride for about a week. We may need to hire a bike to get our fix. Tonight is our last evening together before some stay on , go home or go to different locations. Greg and I fly to Vietnam on ...
Last night, I slept in a traditional Laos hut, on huge wooden stilts with straw, woven walls. Luckily, I had a mosquito net covering me otherwise they would have had a feast on me,
I got up early and went for a short walk to the bridge crossing the Mekong River. The low clouds were drifting below thee peaks of the hills of Nong Khiaw. It was lovely here; rugged.
I improvised ...
... village, becoming struggling mothers and wives with no education loomed ever closer ahead of them...ENTER FRUITFRIENDS. FruitFriends is a voluntary non-profit organisation founded in Vang Vieng with the support of foreign investors, including Belgian non-profit organisation, 'Laat Laos Leren' (Let Laos Learn). Set up by a Belgian-Lao couple who had seen first-hand the desperation of and potential for a better life for many Lao families living in and around Vang Vieng, 'LLL' ...
... buffet lunch back at the camp with further glorious Mekong views on offer, we headed back to the boat, across the river for an extended ride on the elephants into the jungle. Here we were afforded an elephant of our own as we sat on their necks and rode deeper into the jungle than before. If ever these elephants had been mistreated it was not made clear by the relationship that was on show between them and their mahouts, who were often amused by the antics of their elephants ...
... sections, the reading room and the large room which we helped to paint last year. It all looks really great! Andrea and Judy had been working hard organising the English language books into age groups – early childhood, primary etc.
After a short tour around it was back down to our hotel for a welcome shower. Oh so nice! A quick bite to eat later at the bakery and then most of the crew headed for the Mekong and a trip ...