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What a lovely surprise after our first impressions of Laos on Don Det. Even though we arrived in Vientiane tired and stiff after our bumpy overnight bus trip, we have found this city to be charming. It is Sunday and most businesses are closed but the city is clean and the French influence very evident. After going to the airport to arrange our …
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today we are travelling from phuket to Vientiane, the capital of Laos. we were able to sleep in as we had a flight booked at 3.45pm to udon thani in northern thailand, which is a popular checkpoint for people heading across the border. we were slightly unsure where we might end up after we landed because the last …
First impressions of Laos – love it! It's hard to believe Vientiane is an actual capital city, it’s more like a large town. It has a strong French influence that is evident everywhere –from street names to bilingual schools to shop signs and French bakeries. All the falling-down buildings have little balconies covered in …
Day 1 17/02/11
We arrived in Vientiane at 4:30pm and thought it was very strange when we passed a park area that was an outdoor gym (it was full of cross trainers etc just on the grass). We overheard a couple of Canadians mention Syri 1 Guesthouse to a tuk tuk driver which was where we wanted to go so we tagged along with them. To say it was a …
not really much to see or do here and certainly not the cheapest place so got some washing done and booked a bus!
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Our first room had bed bugs but the guys changed us tout suite, price though in the capital is high for what you get compared to Hanoi. This hotel cost us 130,000 kip (he was asking for 150k) for double. This is just over $16US. but its fine for what it is, just not value for money compared to its neighbours, its better than the cheaper hotels which we looked at a few and are a bit grotty or sparse.
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