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 …
... the different fashions from the ethnic minorities in Laos through the years. Followed by some local street dancers, both were very entertaining. On our final day we danced in and out of cool bars, occasionally stopping for a cake at one of the many bakeries. This is our only stop in Laos, something we now regret. However, we certainly leave with a tremendous opinion of the place. Sleepy Luang Prabang is somewhere we definitely intend to ...
... balcony of the Villa Santi and I was struck that I twice had the opportunity to watch the world wake up around me, as we sat enjoying our coffee, the traffic began to pick up, children walked by with their backpacks on and stores began to open before our eyes. Our first adventure of the day was to take the ferry across the Mekong to visit some temples mom had not seen before. We wandered but never did find the ferry so we settled on taking a local boat across. To get ...
... revive the radio all culture and to instruct or lead the next generation in the learning of these gorgeous historical performing and in the case of the costumes, visual arts. As the pictures show, the next generation are learning, from him and the young people he has trained over the last seven years. The dancers even learn the art of making their own traditional clothes, representative of the different ethnic areas of Lao. It is such an honour to be part of ...
... and enjoy the views though for a while before climbing back down to the main street. In search for a bus to Vang Vieng the next day we canvassed the stores for prices and departure times before stumbling across a good deal; cheap, leaving early and just looking to fill spaces on a must do journey. After booking we went for our third buffet bowl in a row, taking the opportunity to speak to an English couple travelling the world with their children - it was really interesting to ...