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Jour 6 (Lundi 08/08/2011): Luang Prabang
Arrivée à Luang Prabang à 18h. Recus par des malfrats qui nous surchargent le prix du tuktuk que l'on partage avec les deux espagnoles.(on paie 300 baths). Au final le tuktuk ne trouve pas notre hotel, on se voit obligé de changer.
Hotel est super mais pour une seule nuit car pas de …
... as the majority of us pushed rice around our bowls and couldn't manage much else. I swear there looked like more food was on the table when we apologetically made our exit, than there had been when we sat down. They probably thought we were terribly ungrateful and that Westerners can't hold our alcohol: the first bit is wrong, we were very grateful, but the second part is probably spot on. Hopefully, the villagers were hungry and hadn't consumed rice wine all afternoon so ...
... electronics or vegetables!By 4.30 we reached our destination – Luang Prabang. We got off the boat, retrieved our bags, said our goodbyes to Megan and Paul and got a Song-taew to the centre of the town. We were dropped off by the central market with the sun slowly setting, we managed to find a map and our guest house's location and we walked for 5 minutes before arriving. We checked in and immediately had a shower! Once revitalised we were in need of food, we marched out of ...
... after such a non-stop, smelly, noisy maelstrom over the past three weeks.
We intended to fly or bus our way to Hanoi from there, so popped down to the Consulate to get our Vietnamese visas. It was shut and would be shut for another 5 working days, as everything shuts down for Vietnamese (also Chinese) New Year. Ah, bugger. So a quick think and we opted to head south to Cambodia. Now, dear readers, I know we should be martyrs to ...
... to take some good pictures.
We have all been going to the Red Cross for a massage - it's cheap and local and they do a great massage. Even Allison who runs marathons said it was her best ever and could not believe how good her legs were the next day and all for $7.00 AUD.
The day was spent wandering around the town. It is a great town and ...
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