We continued our journey to Luang Prabang with the boat leaving at 9:30 am. The scenery was even better than the first day with small waterfalls, mountains covered with trees, and cliffs. We also saw villagers riding elephants along the river, bathing and doing laundry in the river, and fisherman in longboats. The slow boat travels on the Mekong River which has the highest biodiversity per hectare than any other river in the world, including the Amazon. It also has the greatest total number of fish species of any river in the world, only second to the Amazon. So in other words, there is no way that you would catch either of us swimming in the Mekong River. Once arriving in Luang Prabang, we had to find a place to stay since we weren't able to book ahead because we haven't had wifi the past couple of days. It was not an easy task, as most of the accommodation was full but we did eventually find place.