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... sold beauty products and baby stuff, so I asked if the shop attendant spoke English. "No" Mmmmm, back to charades. I did my best miming, washing my eye with sterile water in an eye bath, but strangely enough, I couldn’t get it across to her what I wanted. I was offered, make up remover, facial pads, Nivea day cream, eye brow tweezers, Lifebuoy Soap and mascara.
Sometimes when we need to buy ...
At 7:00am Saksay came to get us and drop Colette and I off at the van depot so we could travel with Nong to Udon Thani and then on to Nong Khai to meet up with him and the four girls who went in his car. We paid 160 baht each (about $7.50 Cdn) to make the 3.5 hour journey north to the border and what would be the first glimpse of the Mekong River.
This was very exciting for me because I have known Saksay pretty much for as long as I can remember and I my limited understanding up ...
Our time in Laos has come to an end after eight nights visiting Luang Prabang, Vang Vieng and Vientiane. During our last day in Vang Vieng we walked to Phusi cave, which the many signs in the town told us was only 2km away. Fourty minutes later and at least two miles through fields and jungle and we finally reached it! It also appears that nature isn't free in Laos and they have jumped on any opportunity to make money from tourists as we had to pay ...
... line. Outside the gates were Laos people selling photocopy and passport picture services as well as form fill out service. I had prepared 2 passport photos and a photocopy of my passport picture page. I got the application form once inside and received my number (201!). All this took about 40 minutes. Then was another 30-40 minutes of waiting until my number was called. I chatted with a Korean ahjussi who lives in Bangkok with his sons and came to apply ...
... about last night. Its a place for locals to eat so no English menus or language. We used the power of the index finger to point at the food we wanted, paid our 40B and sat down to eat. Nice food, didn't really know what most of it was! But it was really tasty and spicy. Glad our friend told us about this place, its always great to get inside information when travelling so you can try new ...