Do not take the risk of leaving your belongings for even a few seconds, bring it with you wherever you go, that would be my personal advice to you.
I had earlier posted about of this extraordinary town in Travel Laos for 8 days 7 nights (part 2). I supposed this blog is part 3 of it.
|Luang Prabang - Sisavangvong road|
|The monk in black umbrella|
|Steps to Mount Phousi|
|Safe the birds, don't buy from the seller.. I'm conflicting myself..|
|She's freed like a bird..|
|View from top of Mount Phousi|
|A far Wat|
|A Japanese lady that I was too shy to say konichiwa|
While rainy season runs around May to October, August has the most rain drops. A quick snapshots of how the market setup looked like during the rainy season.
|Night market during the rainy month (August)|
|Support the craft works|
|The umbrellas came to live|
And Magalie, a dentist with deep French accent from Quebec, a province in east-central Canada. It's the only Canadian province with predominantly French-speaking population and the only one whose sole official language is French at the provincial level.
|Nick & Magalie, a lawyer, a dentist|
The Lao pork/beef noodle is clearly the popular choice of food to the local, I suggest travelers to try it, the ingredients were always safe for anything to do with noodle soup.
|12,000 Kip indulging beef & pork curry noodle soup|
Some random street shots in the morning that made my day meaningful.
|Zebra crossing that no body cares|
|Me and my trailing shadow|
|I like the vibrant colours that usually make me feel younger|
|Time to eat, chicken noodle soup for 10,000 Kip|
I met two lovely ladies from Yun Nan who were both lecturers in their native province, we spent hours sharing our travel experience. They were really nice people and we shared so much fun talking and joking, we exchanged contacts and moved on.
I'm going to end the blog with this shot I took from the restaurant toilet that I needed some time to get used to (actually I will never be, lol). It did look like a storeroom, and the odd positioning of the toilet bowl that I actually pee awkwardly facing the door.