Lani Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLani Guest House Vientiane
a short walk to the riverfront, we found this shady guesthouse to be a very nice, clean place to stay. The hotel staff are extremely helpful.
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... inhaled his burger and chips ! I said to watch the girls there as they are looking for a Visa and a husband. I went to the airport and was just about to board the plane and was walking down the tube to the plane when there was a m************ and explosion and the whole airport fell into darkness! I love their electrical capabilities !! You only have to see how the labyrinth of wires are run through the ...
... outstanding ones include Indra, the king of Hindu gods riding the three-headed elephant (aka Erawan and Airavata), a four-armed deity sitting on a horse and an artistic deity with 12 faces and many hands, each holding interesting objects. They are all equally impressive not only because of their enormous size but because they ...
... customs, our bags and out into the main area of the airport. We honestly could have grab our bags and left. After taking out kip, Laos currency, we had to take it to the exchange counter. You see, the visa desk would only accept US dollars for a Laos Visa. More money spent on exchange. At this point I had six different currencies on me, and honestly no idea what that meant in terms of actual dollars. I could have had 1000CAD$ or 50 cents. The lady ...
... old renovated French colonial buildings, as mine is, and French pasty/coffee shops abound.
As I'm writing this I'm looking at my scabby sore feet and wondering how long it will be before they'll be toughened up to withstand the summer footwear I brought along. Probably by the time I go home and back to winter boots.
A note to Noreen, my friend who I will be meeting in Myanmar: please bring more Band-Aids. I'm running out!
... just massive inside. Then back in the boats and you go all the way through to the end, about 7.5kms and stop at a village shop, of course. After a quick break, back in the boats and off again, back into the caves, the water was pretty shallow in places, and we got stranded, so our boat man got out and pushed us off the bottom, and off we went again. Travis and I saw a couple of bats too.
Then back to the car past the crystal clear water with big fish ...