Le Bel Air Boutique Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... two girls. The boat had a driver at the back and a guide at the front with a light. The cave was pitch black but we were given headtorches to see. It is 7km long and at times the top of the cave was so high you couldn't see it. It was amazing to go through and the roof had really unusual rocks, patterns and colours. After a short drive we disembarked and were led up to an area that was lit with amazing formations, stalagmites, stalagtites and pillars. We also saw the weirdest ...
... the chanting. It was supposed to be part of a traditional wedding ceremony. After all the chanting, all the group came around and each of them tied a white piece of yarn around each of our wrists. It was a sign of the blessings of the shaman to ensure our spirit stay with us and to bring good luck, happiness and prosperity. We then have a dance and song performance of traditional Lao dances by students from the ...
... Not an activity for anyone who suffers from vertigo. And I've been convinced to go not once, but twice! I have a huge smile on my face throughout zipping along from tree to tree, but at the end of it all I'm as weak as a kitten. And I say, "I've never do that again!", but I know I will.
Even the hike I took yesterday was somewhat scary for a scaredy-cat. Not so much the going up part as the coming down. It ...
... including a fabulously scenic drive up a dusty road into the mountainous jungle, we arrived at the Elephant Camp which was established in 1998 by a German bored of his government job. Mmm don't be giving me ideas!! The camp has been set up incredibly tastefully so that it is made from natural materials such as bamboo, thatch and wood. It has been designed with both high end travellers and day visiters in mind. Private dinng salas are set up on the bamks of the river and a ...
... nowhere and the rain was that bad the paths had become fast rivers of rain. After about 2 hours we got to the Homestay. We managed to dry off a bit but none of us had a ****in towel. Mine and coops gear was dry but everyone else's was soaked. The Homestay was good, was quite a small village but had 75 families living there. There were loads of kids who were cute. We had a nice walk round after a peng tea and then had a few zoots before bed