Villa Maydou Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
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... old monk who so wants to learn other languages so that when he is finished he can become an English teacher or a travel guide. He was sent to boarding school at 6, and then entered the monkhood (or joined the wat as it is called here) at 10. He will be there for 5 more years, he says. He was from a small village in northern Laos and has seen his family once in the past two years. We chatted about all things…his life, my life, and ...
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