Villa Ban Lakkham
Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang
Tuesday 26th November - Sunday 1st December
We are staying in Luang Prabang for 6 days. It's an interesting town and a UNESCO World Heritage site because of the historical significance of the numerous old monasteries and temples that are scattered all over the town. We arrived on Tuesday in time to have a wander down the night market and …
... into Luang Prabang, it feels like we are literally going to the middle of nowhere. They're aren't even outlying villages or neighborhoods! UPDATE: On the ground in Luang Prabang! I'm already in love with this town. As soon as you're on the ground looking around the single-building airport, you understand why UNESCO made Luang Prabang a world heritage site. Immigration was a $36, 15-minute affair that ended with me getting my first international visa in my passport, ...
... days definitely weren't jam packed, yet we still had a great time.
One of the highlights of Luang Prabang was volunteering at Big Brother Mouse where we spoke with locals wanting to learn English. They were so eager to learn and speak with us and the feeling was mutual. The second time we were there, I spoke for more than an hour with Simon, a 20-year-old from a village hours away who is studying in Luang Prabang. Once ...
... trek time of about 5 hours, meaning I felt a little short changed.
On Friday I shipped out to Luang Prabang. A quick word on the journey here as what should have been an 8 hour affair, for some reason took 10 and a half, the majority of which was spent on the most horrendous roads imaginable and also included half hour stops for a bus change, engine overheating and road works respectively. However at least no-one was sick over me, the same of which cannot be said ...
... the South China Seas. It is known by many names as it makes its way as a meandering artery feeding the countries of south east Asia - 'Mother of All Waters', 'Nine Dragon River' and 'River of Rocks' to name but a few. It conjures up many images and it was a thrill to be sailing down one of the most iconic rivers in the world. We would meet it again in Vietnam and Cambodia later on our trip. We finally reached the Pak Ou caves and climbed up to ...
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