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Woke up early this morning, as the cocks were crowing, and a car started up just outside our room, and as there were only bamboo walls, it was easy to hear. Then the shower wasn't quite up to my standards, so we went straight to breakfast, banana pancakes that were good! Even with the ant on Tessa's one. Then off to the caves, we were paying our entrance fee, 2000kip (32c) each. And saw that the NZ ministry of economic development was a sponsor of the ...
In Europe, it's Ibiza, in North America it's Cancun and in Laos it's Vang Vieng - the place to go to be a young backpacker, drink too much and get way too much sun. So, for those of us with a few more years under our belts, it was our chance to relax for a day and watch the river float by. A slight hippy feel to the town was an odd mix with the abundance of French bakeries where we indulged in man-sized pastries instead of more noodles. At ...
... a to pora sucha, więc poziom wody był niski. W porze deszczowej do jaskini wpływa się kajakami). Nasi przewodnicy pokazali nam sam środek jaskini, do którego sami prawdopodobnie nie doszlibyśmy, nie wiedząc gdze iść i jak głęboka jest woda.
Naszym następnym celem była Jaskinia Konglor, położona ok. 200km od Thakaek. Dotarcie tam zajęło nam cały dzień. Autobusy ...
After a flight from Hanoi we arrived in Vientiane, the capital of Laos, in the evening. As one of the 5 remaining communist countries and known for its poorness and inequality of wealth we were baffled when we arrived in the city and it was so modern, clean and calm. Confused, we found out from Long that this is because those living in the city, driving nice cars, tend to be those working for the government and therefore ...
... I suppose this was roughing it in the grand scheme of some of the places I stayed but was an interesting experience. It certainly helped with the budget at £3 a night, including breakfast! Vientiane was a fairly lively city but a bit calmer to the other capital cities I'd seen so far. We hired some electric bikes which were fun and got us about. Saw some interesting places and spent time hanging out with some monks (who I'm now Facebook friends ...