Zen Namkhan Boutique Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Vi boede lidt udenfor Luang Prabang på Zen Namkhan Resort. Et fanstisk skønt sted, stille, med naturligt vand ti swimmingpoolen og lutter gode ting på menukortet.
Et sted i nærheden havde den lokale landsby lavet en "elephant village" hvor man kunne komme tæt på elefanterne. Lidt længere borte havde de lavet en turist-park omkring et …
... of the side of the road and sell things, like fruit/veg/ these weird lottery ticket things. We had loads of washing, so after giving that to her yesterday we went to collect it and it was worse that when it went in! It smelt of bonfires, was damp and Sam's White t-shirt is now grey!! In the afternoon the Scottish friends we made were ...
... in Laos as they are French colonial or at least they used to be if not now. After breakfast we had a shower and headed off with our new BFF (Kirsty) and the three Scottish people, it was about an hour in the tuk tuk and he gave us two hours to go and look, have a swim and come back, everyone else was hungry so first of all we went and got me food, I had a papaya salad, I had seen someone make it the night before and it looked really nice and ...
... We slept very well that night and appreciated the shower.
Our time in Luang Prabang heavily revolved around sandwiches. It's a really small little village with little competition for food, so we found it expensive and hard to eat properly on budget. Cheese sandwiches for 80p were quite popular with us and we had a lot in those few days. One night we had a Greek salad and a tuna melt from Joma bakery as a bit of a treat after adjusting to the budget ...
... games and songs, making learning more engaging for the first time in these children's lives. The sappy teacher in me became emotional again while reading about these book parties. The results of these parties have been wonderful, as teachers acknowledge that students are more eager to learn and read and there are fewer absences from school after a book party.
After looking around the centre, it was time to start speaking with some high school and university ...