Luang Prabang Oasis - Villa Nam Nue
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Brilliant ! Excellent service with a personalised touch rooms basic but comfortable. A reall village experience.
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... rain and I was hungry; the German girls and Edd wanted to swim.
We had to walk back to a waterfall where we could swim and sat down at a table. It had started to rain quite heavily so I opted out of swimming, even thought in the end I might as well have, I was completely drenched from the rain. Edd and the German girls and one of the other Germans, the guy, all swam in the pond and reported the water being 'freezing.’ I just sat and watched ...
... and repeat them back to us in English in front of his trainer whilst continuously topping up our complimentary water. One of our courses was riverweed with garlic chilli and sesame seed - a local delicacy.
After breakfast the following morning we went on a little temple tour we planned ourselves. We walked around the town stopping at each temple we passed (there's a lot). Unforunately there were quite a few we couldn't actually enter but the exteriors were nice ...
... and packed two small backpacks with essentials so we could ditch the big bags. You could leave them at the bike shop. We grabbed a sandwich for breakfast and then picked up our bikes - we were ready to go! We set off in an anti-clockwise direction north which had a lot of attractions on the way. After a few kilometres we turned onto a dirt track to go to our first cave, Buddha Cave. There was a little market and a sign pointing to a pathway saying "Cave" so we set off that way. ...
... is deaf and dumb and signed Back to the class rooms for reading-BBM read in a very animated way to the classes and got them involved. One of the teachers had her young baby in a sling while she taught. We have a carton of Lactasoy to each of the children and they were then able to select a book of their choice to take home with them which they can then swap with their friends when they've read it if they want to. A complete set of books is given to ...
... strong. In fact, it's often used for framing houses here. Once you've crossed the river, a dirt track leads up a hill to a small village with a number of shops selling silk and handmade paper products.
My trip to the "other side" made me realize that I am missing the peace and quiet of the countryside. Since I've arrived in SE Asia, I've only been in cities. Hopefully I'll see more of Mother Nature on a visit to the Pak Ou Caves that I've booked.