Monks, Bodhi Tree, The Soup Prayer, and Teaching English– Luang Prabang, Laos

How can some people say, that there is just one way? – Mason Jennings

Sisavangvong by Night

One morning in Luang Prabang, Erin and I rose early to witness the alms collection of over 300 Buddhist Monks. Once off of our hotel’s street, a quiet side street with guesthouses and local families, we were immediately asked by enterprising women if we’d like to buy rice for the monks. We passed with as much politeness as we could muster at this hour, and moved on. Continue reading “Monks, Bodhi Tree, The Soup Prayer, and Teaching English– Luang Prabang, Laos”