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 one dragging behind, one of the guides always trailed behind me making sure I didn't trip and fall, get lost, get eaten my a tiger...( they said there were some in this jungle!) but on this last day, on our hike back, I turned around and everyone , including the guides, were long gone. I guess the experience is over! They all left me behind,,,Uh, Oh.... I come to a fork in the road, left? Right? I do not remember. I take a left. After about ...
From Chiang Rai we caught the 1pm bus bound for Luang Prabang. The bus stopped at Chiang Khong on the Thai/Laos boarder and went through immigration to the Laotian town of Huay Xai. It was the first land boarder we've cleared since leaving South America and we'd forgotten what a painful process it can be! From Huay Xai we journeyed on to Luang Prabang through the night arriving in the early hours of the next morning at 5.15am. It was also the first night bus ...
... as we are leaving and gives us a farewell gift of a photo frame. A nice touch, and a reminder why we should continue staying in these types of places rather than Travelodges or Ibis' and the likes. Hopefully we can get the photo frame back in one piece. It has been a theme across all our stays in Thailand that the owners and staff at the guesthouses have been very friendly and helpful, helping with travel arrangements or advice. The ...
... city with mixed feelings about how we can so easily fly to a remote destination and inject ourselves into their worlds. I sometimes wish travel was a bit harder so that those really wanting to have such amazing experiences can enjoy them while having the right mind about travel etiquette and the heart to not disturb the precious traditions and customs of all these beautiful people and places. It is moments like being presented the white prayer string in the ...