Xieng Mouane Guest House
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... by her Mahout and selected the appropriate direction to travel. After a time of traveling, the Mahout turned and offered us the opportunity to take control of the elephant. The look of abject terror on Claire's face was a picture and she had no intention of leaving the relative safety of the bench. I have to be honest, for her to be on the bench in the first place was a victory, especially given her fear of all things furry, hairy and with ...
... whether it would have been better to see fewer places more in depth instead of a little bit of each place. I'm still grateful to see this part of the world though.
Now I am in Hanoi, Vietnam, and I am going to do work all day. Fellowship starts in 1 week and I feel so unprepared.
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So grateful for all the love and support from back home.
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... the waterfalls were just beautiful with many layers in which we were able to walk up. We decided to walk right to the top of the highest waterfall which proved to be a slight struggle, putting vast experience of rock climbing into use... Was well worth it when reaching the top though as the views were amazing. We managed to find an alternative route down which was a lot easier and actually ...
... have a limited chance of survival now that they are domesticated. I would definitely be interested in other perspectives on this though.
Mung shared some interesting facts with us - such as there are approximately 500 elephants in the wild and 1,600 total in Laos. My first surprise was the size of these gentle giants - I had previously seen African elephants in the Masai Mara and they were huge. African elephants are about 3 times larger than ...
... but a bit cold to stay in for too long. We had a brief encounter with a monk taking photos with his Ipad (yes, I guess this is more common than you would think). And we stopped to see the rescued Moon Bears on the way down. After the 32k ride back to our guest house, we showered and headed out for the night markets and dinner. The markets here are much more to my liking then anything I have encountered thus far. No ...