Baan Rai Lanna Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Rugged mountains, road work delays, bumpy minivan rides, and endless sunsets... The Land of a Million Elephants! While my time in Laos was short, the past ten days have been some of the best I've had traveling so far. Luang Prabang boasted sparkling pedestrian-only cobblestone streets reminiscent of its French colonial days, amazing views of the easternmost range of the Thai highlands from Mount Phousi, aquamarine waters at Tad Sae Falls and the best night market ...
... old train up towards the end of the line at Nam Tok, crossing the justly famous Wampo Viaduct on the way. The viaduct, part of the Burma Railway, clings to the side of a sheer gorge. It creaks and groans as the train inches across it. On the aforementioned 'dissolute hotel owner's' advice, we alighted at the station before Nam Tok. 'Much prettier' he said. This was a mistake, as we then had the Devil's own job getting a tuk-tuk into town for a hotel. Eventually we made it to a ...
... a cake along with mango sorbets. Surprised Mark (and me) blew out the lone candle and we sliced it, only to discover that it was banana cake - one of Mark's favourites. I had mentioned to the manager just in passing that it was Mark's birthday when we arrived at 5pm. It was too much for us, so we offered some to the only other couple in the restaurant. They hadn't enjoyed their meal because of all the coriander and lemongrass (how they've expected to ...
... It was a little smaller than last time but considering this was round 3, I was okay with it) I waddled my full self back to the hostel to let my food baby settle down. After, I went back out for dessert. A mixed fruit shake! It had dragon fruit, apple, banana, mango and some other fruit I have no idea what it's named. The whole shake took on the color of the dragon fruit immediately and tasted perfect. I'm going to miss all of the street food that's ...
... in an attempt to search for accommodation - I'd had enough riding for one day and we'd heard that sunrise at the peak was amazing. After a failed search result for accommodation we decided to carry on. Not far down the road we found the main Phu Chi Fa town. As with the area we'd just come from, it seemed most places were closed for low season. Eventually, after almost exhausting every possible option, we found a place that looked half-open. No one was around but some doors were ...