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So after my amazing sleep the night before last, last nights sleep was TERRIBLE!!! I couldn't get to sleep for ages then woke up wide awake at 2am and so did Sam and we were up until 5am! Our allergies are so bad in this room, I'd hate to think what we are breathing in with there being no windows! So we didn't wake up until about 11am! Got ready and set off for breakfast, this time we went to a Scandinavian bakery, was super yummy ...
... for the purpose of entertaining tourists. This, along with poachers and the ivory trade pose a serious risk of driving the world's elephant population to extinction. It will be a sad and shameful day for humankind when that happens. They are mysterious and majestic creatures, and I'm so fortunate that I was able to experience them the way I did. That night we stayed in a bunkhouse on the lake and headed for Quy Nuhn the following morning after an early ...
... Khone so it has been really hot, almost wishing it to rain to cool things down a bit. One of the places we visited in Vientiane was COPE, (Cooperative Orthotic and Prosthetic Enterprise), which provides rehabilitation services for UXO (( unexploded ordinance) survivors and other people with disabilities across Lao PDR. They not only provide physio & rehab but also make the prosthetics. The statistics on what they call the "Secret War" is incredible, Lao PDR ...
Before I get started on today events I just want to tell you how weird the chickens are. They have like ostrich legs with a chicks body. Its so bazaar and totally put me off chicken.
Always today we went to the Buddapak. Was so amazing all the different statues there. There is also a giant pumpkin that you can climb right and through the middle and over look the entire area, the was ...
... you had trouble breathing due to the sharp aroma of the herbs and the intense heat. We spent over an hour here before we decided to head off and mill around for some more before finally retiring to the hostel. We got ourselves ready and headed out for the evening, first taking in the Night Market. It was the usual stuff we had seen throughout SE Asia so we didn't spend too much time looking round. We eventually went off to find some decent food which we found in the form of ...