Villa Ban Lakkham
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... was very nice (similar to one we had in Thailand and just as cheap but probably better quality). A bit of hot coal bounced off the foot of the man next to us when his waiter stoked the flames much to my secret amusement (as he made a big fuss).
Afterwards we found ourselves in an empty bar getting 2 for 1 Lao Lao cocktails whilst playing pool. We ended up getting more free Lao Lao shots after the cocktails too. Nicole was quite 'happy' by the end but still beat me at pool (I'm pretty bad at it).
... rocks around it. The guys got in and Dave and Steve perfected their diving while I took photos. We also met some monks there who wanted to take our photo. We carried on our way and the roads became mountainous and windy again with great views. We saw a viewpoint so stopped for a few minutes to check out the scenery. Then we went down the hill and entered the town we were staying in, Nahin. Our map had a recommendation for a guesthouse so we thought we'd look for that. We passed ...
After three long days of travelling on the combination of minibus, tuk-tuk and boat and we've finally arrived in Luang Prabang. It was another 7 o'clock start as our boat would resume its journey at 8:30. Stocked up on food and drink, we were well prepared for our eight and a half hour journey continuing along the Mekong river. We managed to grab the seats at the front with extra leg room ...
... 5 am to watch Tak Bat, where hundreds of monks walk along the street and receive their daily food from the locals. I might wear something orange and jump in line for a feed :-) then I'm off to the kuang xi falls which are supposed to have the clearest emerald green water in Laos. I'll take the Budgie smugglers as well to scare off a few tourists. See what happens I guess.... The pictures of my ride don't reflect what I actually saw which is a bummer...... Stay safe, I'm tryin' ...
... walked to the end of the peninsula, if that's what it is, and crossed the bridge to a poor village where we found the elephant dung recycle shop and a few others. Does anyone else remember thinking recycled loo paper was stuff that had already been **** on? Well you could get the same feeling about the elephant dung paper. Except I suppose it actually is made of elephant ****. It's lovely paper though, very stylish, and no elephant **** in ...