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... from near Vientiane. Uses natural dyes. Bought a bag (B500)-colours from ebony?. Lovely work. Walked home stopping @ ATM to get some more cash. Dinner sitting riverside at Leelawadee. Tasty spicy meal and I didn't get eaten! Tiger beer, spicy green chicken soup with tasty mushrooms, fried chicken with cashew nuts and rice. (B399). Food nice, hot and good service. Thai musicians playing. Pleasant ...
... center and bakery. All of the money they earn giving massages they receive when they are released to help them get established. If you've never had a Thai massage, it's quite the experience. It is sort of a combination between massage, yoga, and chiropractics. At one point my massage therapist was using her hip, both hands, and both feet to stretch, twist, and pull my tired muscles. It's been described as equal parts painful ...
are not use to such spicy food. After dinner we were told we were going market
shopping and within a couple minutes plans were changed and we went to a flower
garden that was lit up. Very pretty but I would have rather went shopping. I am
excited to be a tourist this weekend!! We arrived to the director’s sisters
hotel and Rachel and I will be sharing a king size bed together!! Wish us luck.
... Keith) People have no respect for orderly queues!!!!
Once through that drama the flight was fairly uneventful and after checking into this quite nice hotel, we grabbed a taxi and went to The Black House and the White Temple, these are either end of Chiang Rai and locally know as Hell and Heaven. Both were free to enter and it just appears that the individual artist behind each one just gets and idea and runs with it. The Black House was ...
... meal on the resorts river front restaurant. Having to get up at 5:30 the following morning and strap on my monster in preparation for the long two day haul of buses, taxis and slow boats to get into Laos was going to be a harsh adjustment after all the spoiling that came with travelling with Linton in the North. but like they say, rip of the bandaid fast and it hurts less...or so they claim. So that was the plan. One minute poolside, eating delicious ...