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Why did the Monk cross the road?

Not sure as a women there not allowed to talk to me but we are seeing more & more, there orange robes standing out as they go about there lives.

Believe me when I say it's been a tough day : ) we continued our cruise up the MekongC7B5C84DE20C496BD081BE700F1E483A.jpg to our destination of Luang Prabang, were here for two whole nights!!! Not packing & moving on for 2 days!! Ok so cruising isn't tough but we stopped at Pak Ou caves & the steps ... There not a uniform size here some have got to be at least 60cm high no kidding. The cave is full of Buddhas
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We arrived in Luang Prabang & instantly wanted to get back on the boat not only did we gave more horrible steps but the heat had returned along with its mate humidity. The air cons in our hotel work awesome when there not on fan.....

We took a bike ride to the Wat Xieng Thong, no gears on the bikes make the slight inclines hard work wondering if I'm at boot camp instead of contiki.
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We were rewarded with some local alcohol snake whiskey, just a little strong but were all cured of everything.
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Sorry this pic is for your neck exercises

Posted by ChristieA 08:19 Archived in Laos Tagged laos asia

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Yuck!!! Is that real snake?? Maybe I should of saved mine for u to make Ur own :)

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