Rivertime Resort and Ecolodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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It is so nice being woken up to the sound of people banging on doors and yelling at the top of their lungs. Our hotel had a big group of possibly Chinese people who have no volume switches and assume if they are up, everyone else should be. I told one guy off as he was yelling across balconies at 6.30. Oh well, we enjoyed their company at breakfast too then we were on our way on the road again off to Vientiane, the capital of Laos. I am quite amazed we never ran over any goats, chickens, ...
... really good. So we're both quite chuffed and relaxed. Headed back to shower and made the mistake of putting the TV on. Here we got sucked in to Jurrasic park until 8. Decided to head down to the market and see what souvenirs we could find. It was pretty much all of the same, but this was a massive market. Eventually headed back after getting some supplies for us bus trip tomorrow. Decided to go grab a bite to eat. I had the salmon and b a steak. Tummies full it was time for ...
... out the largest temple in Laos which was really quite lovely. The grounds included the temple, a huge golden pagoda, a statue of the king and a little market full of goodies. We toured past the ... which strongly resembled L'Arc de Triomphe in France which I though was cool and basically killed the rest of the day driving through the streets of a pretty plain Jane town. After a while, the boys and I split up and I chose to go off on my own to ...
... no English and first took us to a double room before I explained that wasn't what I had booked so she showed us a twin room and pointed at the bathroom and said broken, then showed us two other bathroom options. We only had one full day in Kratie because we had lost so much time getting there. We had expected to have a half day when we arrived but the 12hr journey filled our whole day. So for our full day we planned with the man at our hostel ...
... and divided into two cities. The city on the right side of the Mekong River became part of Siam and the city on the left side remained part of Laos.
At present, Vientiane is a smaller city, only half of its former size.
In the years of 2009 and 2010; two great historical events take place in Vientiane. In ...