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Full Day Tour To Pak Ou Caves, Traditional Village & Kuang Si Waterfall
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Full Day Tour To Pak Ou Caves, Traditional Village & Kuang Si Waterfall

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Combine two Luang Prabang highlights, Pak Ou Caves and Kuang Si Falls, on a full-day tour that includes a traditional Lao lunch and Lao Lao rice wine tasting. Traveling by both riverboat and car is a great way to see the beautiful Luang Prabang countryside from two very different angles—the journey is just as remarkable as Pak Ou's Buddhist cave shrines and the jungle-fringed pools at Kuang Si Falls.
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ines wrote a review Apr 2020
Rouen, France1 contribution
I've fallen in love with Big Brother Mouse association, with its curious and adorable students, its kind staff, and the special and great atmosphere of the place. You can go there to talk with students who want to improve their english level, and get to know them and their culture at the same time. It's the perfect way to give some of your time during your trip, to thank the Laotian community back for their kindness ! You can go there everyday on the morning (from 9 to 11am) and the evening (from 5 to 7pm).
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Date of experience: March 2020
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milliesmum2016 wrote a review Feb 2020
Christchurch, New Zealand1,803 contributions320 helpful votes
Spending time at Big Brother Mouse is such a cool thing to do because it's so helpful and a truly reciprocal experience for all parties. Essentially, Big Brother Mouse which is right in town in LP, provides a meeting point fpr students and travellers so that the students can practice their English and travellers can learn a bit about local life. I spent a couple of hours here and learned such a lot from from the students and kids I got talking to. It was really fun and very congenial. You don't book, just arrive and you'll be matched up with someone to talk to. Stay as long as you like. Happens every evening between 5pm and 7pm. NIce work!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Rick B wrote a review Feb 2020
British Columbia, Canada127 contributions100 helpful votes
I was approached by 3 young men while cooling my heels at the night market. They explained they were students at Big Brother Mouse and asked if I would talk to them for awhile. We had a good chat for half an hour. I learned so much about them and their dreams of a better life. My wife joined us after her shopping. All 3 were in high school and their English was pretty darn good already. In the course of conversation I was able to show them some new things. They were very polite and so eager to learn. What a great experience! I came away feeling good about helping in a small way and energized for the future of those young men. Our itinerary won't work to go to the school but if I had longer in Luang Prabang I would love to visit and spend more time with such a worthwhile project.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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NswAustraliaDidi wrote a review Feb 2020
NSW AUSTRALIA1,199 contributions384 helpful votes
Such a wonderful program, stop and have a chat, it is so worthwhile. I can assure you that you will gain/learn much more than you give/teach. Time passes quickly and you leave feeling “warm and fuzzy” pleased that you stopped, shared and conversed with a young Laotian.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Boomeranger wrote a review Feb 2020
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom482 contributions619 helpful votes
We were walking along the road and we were approached by a French man and he asked if we would give up 1/2 hour to help Laos locals in conversation English. We duly did . It was a lovely experience talking to these students of all ages and Buddhist monks and helping them in their conversation English ( which was very good). 1 hour later we left . They were very grateful and we enjoyed helping them
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Date of experience: January 2020
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