Luang Prabang Oasis - Villa Nam Nue
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- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang
... river. I ended up being the only person in my group, so it was just me and my guide Ning who was fantastic especially in answering my million questions about Laos and LP. The river was calm and despite the strong sun, there was a pleasant breeze that made it perfect weather. We visited two caves along the river called the Pak Ou Caves which houses thousands of small Buddha statues which have been placed there by locals and pilgrims for good luck and to bring good things in ...
... high up above the river that was full of Buddhas. Anyone is able to bring a Buddha statue and place it there.
Then after our one hour trip back downstream we stopped at Wat Xienhthong the most beautiful temple in Laos.
We skipped the next temple so we could go back and enjoy our hotel. We just got settled in the pool after lunch when the heavens opened. We tried to sit it out but the lightening ...
... the food has been sitting out is ambiguous. There are white people sitting and eating said buffet food. You trust it. It costs $1.50 for an unlimited bowl. Fast forward 8 hours. Writhing in pain, Madison assumes the Indian/Cambodian zipline position. It was all downhill from there. After a valiant attempt at attending cooking class (with 4 Imodium and many Tums in her system), she tapped out and had to abandon the effort after smelling the meats at the local market. ...
... guest house, it was basic to say the very least, but it was a bed for a night. We then wandered down the one street of this town to find some cheap food ( that didn't exist) but we managed to find a place where you got free banana whiskey and the group of girls from the boat were there too. So we all had some food and drank as much of this whiskey as we could. The night was super funny until one of the girls got their phone stolen and the dodgy Laos men were trying to ...
... luggage before continuing on our way. As we got closer to Luang Prabang, the scenery seemed to improve, we saw some caves which seemed to contain statues of the Buddha. We arrived in Luang Prabang expecting a short walk to the city only to be told it would cost £2 EACH in a tuk-tuk (I know outrageous)! We arrived in the city and looked around for a nice hostel to stay as we are planning on spending 3 nights here. It seems that dorms are a lot less common ...