Le Bel Air Boutique Resort
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Luang Prabang is the former capital of Laos and is now a UNESCO World Heritage city. Set at the confluence of two rivers that almost surround the town, and beneath a temple-topped hill, Luang Prabang is a wonderful patchwork of traditional Lao wooden houses and hints …
After a delicious buffet breakfast we headed back to our room to finish packing. Luke discovered that his travel padlock was either broken or he'd accidentally changed the code. He tried and tried to open the lock (even using You Tube to find out how to break into a lock) but no success. We had to leave for the airport, so we jumped in a taxi with …
... morning we got up at 4.45 to feed the monks. This is a tradition here where at sunrise people go on the streets by the temples and hand out rice to a line of monks walking past, this is believed to guarantee food in the afterlife. Having a fantastic time, leaving to board our boat at 7am and then for a home stay tonight. The sun finally made an appearance yesterday and we are hoping for more ...
... Khao San road followed by one final game of ring of fire marked the end of the tour.
Our final day was spent on the Chao Phraya river, cruising up and down. The river front is an interesting mixture of traditional old wooden family homes, giant hotels and temples. At sunset we headed to Sky bar on the 64th level of the Lebua hotel for our final drink with a view.
Great end to the most amazing six months, thanks for sticking with us. ...
... and desire, but we picked one out, and the lady filled it for him. He accompanied us all the way down the road, squirting us and passers-by, and gradually began to lookj quite pleased with himself. As we approached the courtyard where we wanted to stop for lunch, we bade him farewell. After refuelling with fried rice, we made our way along the main road, and stopped at a restaurant in the thick of things. They served beer, and had a paddling pool, and seemed very happy for us ...