- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Today we did just that. Had such a lazy day relaxing. We headed to the museum of ethnology to learn about the different clans and ethnic minority groups in Laos. We then headed to Utopia to while away an afternoon watching the river and children swimming. A very relaxing couple of ...
... chocolate mousses. Also decided that where Steve was sitting,was his seat and nudged him off. Snoozed for a while then down to the cafe area where yoga had finished. Met Julie & Neil who live in Blackheath, Austrailia. Wifi caput but managed to briefly log in to the office. Nice to see Porlee (not very well-hot & cold). Mone & Geo also joined us. Shared BeerLao and chatted until ...
... we came across construction vehicles. One of them had water jets at the back squirting onto the road. We slowly started to go behind on the bike but it slipped and Dave and I fell. No need to worry - we were ok as it was so slow. I did get some grazes and ended up covered in clay mud and it was a big shock. Only a bit further down Craig also fell with a few grazes. Note to us: Don't drive on slippery clay mud. The locals turned on the water jet so I could try to wash off the mud and ...
... expensive in Laos. They were all pretty relieved with my info as Laos had stretched their budget, and knowing that they could regroup and balance the books in Vn. I met a young Israeli couple when I was riding to Nong khiaw Ina tiny village named Limpkok (well that might not have been the name but so many villages end in kok, I wondered if the Laotians had some sort of fascination going on :-) They were riding mountain bikes south to north and I mentioned in ...
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