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Travel Blogs from Vientiane
More barking from the dogs last night! Thankfully today was time to check out so we headed for the lovely V hotel which was only €4 dearer but a million times better! It was raining heavy today so we just stayed watching films on the tele in the ...
We had read about a good local market, Talat Sao (morning
market) in Vientiane and, since that’s one of our favorite things to do,
decided to check it out then, afterwards, go back to the temple we had missed
the day before. We grabbed a tuk tuk and
headed over. Apparently, there are two
markets, one that had more commercial
items that catered to the local people, and the local market, filled ...
... up being filled with white people. They imported Belgium beer, so I was sold because all I've been drinking is the local lager type beer from everywhere. Having a micro beer and a blonde was the most amazing thing after almost three months of regular lager beer! There was a market going on, so we walked around for a bit and then headed to bed. Our hotel smelled so bad and I think most of it came from the house next door, which we could see into from our ...
... And it's 90 degrees here with 75 percent humidity! But I am totally and utterly addicted these days to putting in several hours on the bike! When I stop for more than a day, I get very ansy. A bit of a reversal from China where I just wanted to stay put!
So let the biking begin! My big long push to get to Ko Lanta before the end of August. I can feel the excitement building in me for my tomorrow departure.
Okay, time to upload a few more pics and go enjoy my last day in Vientiane!!
... up and sent on its way. Good thing we got up early to do it. On the way back we had fruit shakes and fruit salad for breakfast. We then packed up and went to the airport. First we flew to Pakse. We were on a little prop plane so we got to fly low and get a great view of everything below. The southern part of Laos was very mountainous and rivers snakes through it. The countryside looked harsh but beautiful. I can already tell we ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service