Sabaidee – Luang Prabang, Laos

The last four days of our mini tour of southeast Asia were spent in Luang Prabang.  The heart of this former French colony city is settled in between the Mekong  and Nam Khan rivers, and has a more traditional feel to it, mixed with some of its foreign European architecture.  All that being said, we didn’t really have a reason to go to Laos, other than it sounded like a cool place to go.  Since we were so close, why not?  We stayed at the lovely Le Sen Boutique Hotel and utilized their free shuttle into the center of town.  While exploring the different restaurants and shops down the main drag, we luckily stumbled upon Tamarind.  On most nights a reservation is required, but after a quick agreement to eat within one and a half hours they let us sit down.  This was an easy agreement for Chris and I, as we are usually in and out of a restaurant within 30-45 minutes, depending on how long it takes the chef to make the food.

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