Last week, I together with the Fair Trek team in Luang Prabang, Laos went to the village Long Lao Mai to show them how to make clay bricks for the ECO Bungalow. We spent the night at the village; for me it was a wonderful and peculiar experience, all in the same time. The first
Laos may not be a huge country, but its remoteness and rugged terrain mean that different regions, though they may not be all that distant from each other as the crow flies, can have different languages, different customs, and very different atmospheres. There’s a lot of good exploring packed into this one, green, mountainous country.
An Elephant Adventure in Luang Prabang at the Elephant Village A story from Fair Trek team intern in Luang Prabang, Laos. Last Saturday I went on a tour and my time was mostly spent on an elephant’s back and it was great! The day started with a bumpy, but fun tuk tuk ride to the Elephant
I’d been wanting to go rock climbing for ages, but somehow I just never got around to it (like surfing, sigh)—until two weeks ago. And then last week. And this past weekend has just passed without my stepping into a harness and then out into thin air, and I feel terribly Weg deprived. I think
The Elephant Festival in Laos is held in the north once a year. This year it was in Sayaboury Jerseys a playoffs town several hours southwest of Luang Prabang. Many people in town set out to see the Elephants cheap nfl jerseys and enjoy the festival. Tiger Trail made an event of it as well