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... the water, took a deep breathe, held my nose and jumped. It was amazing and scary all at the same time. I came out shaking but smiling. Then w walked up the side of the hill to the top of the waterfall. At times it was so steep so took our shoes off and went barefoot. Felt weird basically trekking through the forest barefoot in a bikini and towel but we all did it. Finally we made it to the top and after being encouraged by the words " it'll ...
... tofu,soup and sticky rice followed by fresh fruit.
Time to pick the pattern and colours for our weaving. Purple for the main and yellow for the pattern.
Wound the silk onto the bobbins then ready to start weaving. Completely forgotten how to do it. Fortunately Mrs Pa Pheng was very patient and by 4pm when we stopped, I had almost completed the first patterned section.
Walked along to pick ...
... Back to OPT to chat to Mone and Ana. Kitten in place on the mat. Downloaded Big Brother Mouse books to Kindle for Mone. Spent a couple of hours chatting-they didn't get many customers while we were there. Home to cool off then stroll to Khao Soy for BeerLao & KhaoSoy Gai. No sign of sunset as too cloudy/smoky. Night market very quiet. Went back to the stall we visited yesterday and bought an Indigo shawl (260,000kip). Home and BeerLao ...
... booked our own minibus back to Vientiane and the Doctor. Next morning we were on a flight to Bangkok.
We had some hiccups with the insurance company - at first we found ourselves dealing with the night watchman who was worse than useless. After a little foot stamping we got some answers about whether or not we could go ahead and book flights and hotel for 5 people and a consultation in a private hospital. Everything on this trip is a ...
... the bus wasn't quite full we sat in a 3 seat row and I had to have my legs spread out very unladylike for the journey! The trip was around 2 hours and the farce is that they drop you on the side of the road, 3km from the border crossing with nothing around except tuktuks which you have to take and charge a ridiculous price. We refused and decided to walk while others were deciding what to do. After a few minutes a tuktuk with some of the others drew up and dropped the ...