Villa Ban Lakkham
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... camp. We had an hour ride on an elephant´s back and then they drove us to a village famous for its production and sale of whisky...sold in a bottle with a dead snake or dead scorpion. After lunch, I brought bananas to an elephant, the same one, Leo climbed on for a swim in the river. But the elephant having recognized me kept coming towards me to have more bananas which I didńt have. Dinner in a small restaurant on the banks of the Mekong ...
... our hotel. They closed the street and set up huge tents. The music didn't stop until 6:30 in the morning, same time as my alarm. - The local people have a curfew at 12 at night. - It is extremely hard to get a passport, and often times only those who require them are issued one. An example would be our tour guide as he traveled the Mekong into Thailand with us. - High rate of trafficking children as sex workers. Especially in high touristy areas. This made me sick to ...
... quite as much spice or heat in the food although dishes look quite similar with lots of vegetables and tofu as well as meat and noodles there is a different flavour. Still available are the noodle soups which are just as popular here, although the vegetables are different in some places which adds a nice change to the soup. The street food still has things on sticks (yippee) but they also have huge buffets with all sorts of vegetables, noodles ...
... end silk and cotton shops that wouldn't look out of place in the posher parts of London. With, of course, prices to match. We came back here mainly to take the fantastic journey up the Nam Ou to Nong Khiaw then on to Muang Ngoi, one of the most unspoilt, left untouched places on Earth. We found out today that the first beautiful seven hour boat trip is not possible, the price of 'progress'. Dams have been constructed all the way up the river, possibly by the ...
... lesson of the commands to guide the elephant. Then we climbed on top of the elephant, one by one, and guided the large animal around a circuit. Our first time on the elephant was a memorable experience, you sat high on her head and the elephant would wrap its ears around your legs. We did not have much trouble guiding the large animal even though the elephant could easily go wherever she wanted. Next on the agenda was Helen and I took a 3 km ...