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... he heard no. Very odd. We made exactly three stops. The first was a gas station and I bought Mentos (you know, the fresh maker).
The second stop was at the White Temple. It is a work in progress. One artist's vision for the last 18 years. It is all white except for the reflecty bits on it. As I am understanding it he is displaying an assent from Hell. As you walk in you are greeted by skulls and heads hanging from trees. There are some familiar faces in ...
... I would love to come back and do everything with my family; I got the sense that it would be a good place to go with them. Overall, I am so glad I went on this trip before college. I have come back with a renewed sense of independence, something I forgot about my senior year, and a confidence in myself and my abilities. While I was here, I was forced to find my way through countless of complicated airports. I was the designated coordinator for every trip that I ...
... is Laos and the piece of land in between is Burma.
There are many souvenir shops and eateries along the way. The Opium hall is a 2km walk from the triangle point but dont go on a Monday as it is closed because you will only have to walk straight back. It is a 4 lane high way with no pavement. The other option would be to get a tuk tuk.
I spent a good 2 hours at the Golden Triangle absorbing the view. Many cafes have tremedous ...
... was soo good! After breakfast we went to class where we learned
about the village and how they live and about their diet. Their village is very
touristy because where we are staying it is specifically for tourist to live in
a home stay, which I found very interesting because I did not think the village
people would like tourist but I think it is more for making extra money since
picking tea and coffee beans does not bring in that much.
At breakfast we ...
... continued following it. In addition to some nice old buildings I also found some lovely parks, more places to eat (for a change I didn't stop..) and suddenly arrived in front of a little park in the middle of a busy crossing. The main part was the monument for King Mengrai, and was surrounded by a park full of flowers, and a few hedges cut in shape of elephants. Great place to sit down and relax a bit from all the walking, and watch the busy traffic.
Time to head back, I ...