The Apsara Rive Droite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... town easy to walk around and very pleasant. Many of the buildings are preserved. Our hotel was one of them. Shoes off before you enter. Plenty of buildings built from local teak forests. Around 9pm the town begins to close down. A very quiet place with plenty of monks. 12 temples located just around the roads of our ...
... planned for the day as we knew we had to catch a bus in the evening. We used this as an opportunity to see more of Luang Prabang including Dalat market, where Charlotte replaced her watch that broke the previous day. The market was very close to Utopia so we thought we would check it out in daylight and see if it differed from when it was candlelit. Although there wasn't anyone there the relaxed vibe was still the same and we sat back and enjoyed a fruit smoothie. ...
... to eat your skin, and I DID NOT LIKE THEM. Its so weird, I just tried to keep moving as much as possible.
The guys bought t-shirts from the bear sanctuary and then we went back to the town to get some lunch for tomorrow when we will be on the boat. We went this sandwich making cafe, and my god that was a palava.
I wanted a seeded bagel with ham cheddar lettuce and mustard and then Ella wanted a 6" tuna Mayo sub. So what they brought Ella was a ham and ...
... Bolt to run 100m. Around six hundred people live here but given the fact that most familes have 6-9 children that doesnt equate to a lot of households. it was fascinating and we were greeted with mixed response by young and old alike. Some folks friendly giving you a smile with a little twinkle in their eye and others staring at you as if you were an alien. There have been other travelers here before many times, but we are still obviously a curiosity to them. The children were ...
... days definitely weren't jam packed, yet we still had a great time.
One of the highlights of Luang Prabang was volunteering at Big Brother Mouse where we spoke with locals wanting to learn English. They were so eager to learn and speak with us and the feeling was mutual. The second time we were there, I spoke for more than an hour with Simon, a 20-year-old from a village hours away who is studying in Luang Prabang. Once ...