You can get lost in the tiny streets reminiscent of its French colonial past.
Crossing the wooden bridge was a little harrowing.
1. Stay a respectful distance away from the procession.
2. Don’t buy the rice from street side vendors to offer to the monks. It’s very poor quality and the monks cannot eat it.
3. If you attend, please dress appropriately – women must cover their shoulders and knees. This is a religious ceremony and you must show respect.
Later in the day we took a private boat cruise down the Mekong.
Fill ‘er up!
Some luxurious digs!
We did some temple hopping.
Lots of people enjoy Tamarind, but the night we went they didn’t have a lot of things on the menu (ie noodles!!??), so it was a bit of a letdown.
Mr. Happy and I enjoyed the easy going, laid back style of Luang Prabang.
A young girl hacks open our coconuts.
Some dangerously cheap whisky.