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... the temple and see the mummified remains of the person who put this together.
Here is the story I was told...I probably will not Google this but choose to believe this account of Sala Kaeo Kou (which is probably correct). The wealthy Laotian man responsible for this had wanted to build it in Laos but was not allowed so he came to Thailand and created it. The communist Laos party had him killed before he was able to finish it (I don't think he intended to ever really finish ...
... no English and first took us to a double room before I explained that wasn't what I had booked so she showed us a twin room and pointed at the bathroom and said broken, then showed us two other bathroom options. We only had one full day in Kratie because we had lost so much time getting there. We had expected to have a half day when we arrived but the 12hr journey filled our whole day. So for our full day we planned with the man at our hostel ...
... well as the nausea, I'd feel really tired and my eyes were straining in the sun for the hour after taking them. I just hope it's a temporary and the side effects stop as they get into my system. When I started feeling better we went for a little wander around the town or city as it's the capital city. We walked around for about three hours going in various travel shops trying to obtain Thai visa application forms. We were unable to get the forms so we decided ...
... Vat Sisaket Temple; Pha That Luarg (The Golden Stupa - which is the highlight of Vientiane) and the National Museum. Although I didn't get to see these things Hania did arrive back at the hostel with LOADS of pictures.
After many sachets of Dioralite and avoiding food and drink for a full day I felt like I could just about risk the 7 hour trip to Thakaek to visit the caves. We managed to find some very basic but cheap accommodation, it wasn't until later on in ...
... at to get on the bus. Well the horror I had my own blanket, I had a 70% reclining seat to sit in, I had a light to read, plus three free bottles of water. However I had no wifi so this just was not good enough as how would I snapchat the journey with no wifi? Well the main man shouted at the westerners to get in our seats, we listened to hardcore vietnamese music on the tv screens and then by 7 we were off. Now ...