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... around 20 to 30 monks but nearer the main and much larger temple up to 300 monks can be seen.
Some of our group brought sticky rice to give to the monks whilst the rest of us collected on the opposite side of the road to take photos. They had to roll the rice into small balls which were scooped out like ice cream into the bowls of the passing monks which formed a line along the pavement. The monks that brought up the rear were frequently finding ...
... trip in Vietnam a little and had a look already for some possible hotels and guesthouses. Deze avond tijdens het eten kwam er een processie Boeddhistische monniken voorbij. Spijtig genoeg hadden we het fototoestel niet bij dus de foto's trekken op niet veel. This evening during dinner a procession with Buddhist monks came by. Unfortunately we didn't bring the camera so the pictures are not very ...
... they closed it for a while due to the number of deaths their have been. Long wasn't allowed to tell us about it or advise other than to say its dangerous.
Half was through our meal Erica turned up in hysterical tears, saying he everyone left her and she didn't know where the were. She kept on going on about how she met the British Ryan Gosling.
The other guy finally turned up and hour and half later, off their faces and ...
This is definitely the place not to be missed on the backpacker's trail!! Tucked away amid karst mountains, Vang Vieng makes a perfect stop when travelling between Vientiane and Luang Prabang. The way of life here is pretty simple: you go on a tour during the day by indulging on your favorite activity, namely kayaking, tubing, ...
... by and generally an all round pleasant day out. We didn't know where we were, where we were headed but that didn't matter. Just us, the bike and a beautiful landscape on a beautiful day. We ambled around for hours before heading back before sunset.
As we crossed the bridge back to the town we decided to explore the outskirts a bit more as the bike didn't need to be back until 8pm. As we chugged up a street we spotted a temple on the left that was packed ...