Le Bel Air Boutique Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... spot to swim. You could jump off a branch into the water so we did that first (actually I went first - only because I knew if Jack went first I wouldn't jump at all), swam around in the water before climbing on the waterfalls. It was here that I thought I was stranded for the rest of my life. The rocks were so slippery to walk on. We'd made it to the waterfall but I didn't see how I was going to get up or down from it. Up was out of the question as my legs wouldn't ...
... We saw a fantastic room whereby all the guests to Laos are taken to be introduced to the king at the time. It had lovely paintings depicting a typical day in Laos life's. From the Buddha teachings, to night markets and then nighttime. We then got shown some drums, very important for ceremonies and costing upwards of £30,000. Into the throne room and this from was amazing. Had gold and mosaics all over the room. This housed solid gold statues of Buddhas and also a lot of the ...
... but they were a bit tasteless. I got a random thing which was a bit like a pancake that had condensed milk poured on it and then it was cut in squares. Mine was actually ok and tasted like eggy pancake. Day 45 Today we started to organise for our trip around The Loop. This is a 450km circuit through the countryside with lots of caves and waterfalls to see on the way. You hire motorbikes and normally go for 4 days. We went to a tourist information centre which was nowhere near the ...
... Chicken with ginger and garlic Steamed rice Sticky rice Watermelon Wow a feast just for us! Arrived in Patbeng late afternoon just as the sun was setting. Nice simple Duangpaserth (DPI) guest house, clean with good shower. Walked up the hill , saw the dusty rundown market.... Decided on Indian food (along with 90% of the travellers , this is a stop over town for the boats as halfway between LP and Thai border ...
... street. This involved walking through the night market which is an endless street of gazebos of woman selling t shirts, coffee and local crafts. Hundreds of them more or less selling the same thing. We find the lane which is food street and it is jam packed with people, squashed into tables or standing picking food from a range of sellers. We settle on a stall which has around 40 dishes available and the concept is you give the girl 15,000 Laos kip (around £1.25) and you fill your ...