Le Bel Air Boutique Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 …
... with green mountains behind it. We got to watch the world around us wake up. When it was an acceptable time, we went and had and excellent breakfast and decided we would take a self guided walk to the nearby elephant village and Xieng Lom Village. We set out along a dirt road with the barest suggestion of a path and followed the trusty map provided in our hotel info book. Our path followed the river so as we walked we were able ...
Day 40 At last, we summoned up the courage to set the alarm for 5.20 so that we could be out in time for the alms. James met us at the gate. He described the unimpressed look given to him by the woman who had had to get up and unlock the guesthouse so that he could get out. Luckily, we were spared this treatment because everything was open by the time we exited the building. As soon as we reached the main road, we saw our ...
... Ballet, Justin and I came back to the guesthouse to find Rina, Susan, Julian, and Imbal having a beer in the lobby. This solved our task of trying to find them! The lot of us walked around the night market; I bought some beautiful pashmina scarves for $6 each. Around 10:30pm, the 6 of us headed out via tuk-tuk for some late night bowling (20,000kip/game; $2.50)! The lanes were not in the best of shape, but I guess that's what you get for Loas bowling and a westerner ...