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... t, run them over. The guy who caused it of course didn't stop! Then we stopped at the vertical runway ( arc de triumph) but it had closed so we couldn't get up the top to see the view. Then to the airport to drop off the car, and the man gave us a lift back to our hotel too! Went and had some street dinner again, a wander in the night markets, but it is all pretty much the same stuff for miles, had a beer to celebrate our last night in Laos, and went to ...
... show that more than half a million bombing raids were carried out on Laos, yet the responsibility for clearing the UXO is non-existent. Instead, bomb disposal experts from various countries in the world, funded by charities, risk their lives to prevent children accidentally digging up a bomb in their gardens. Alongside the museums of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, this was such a thought provoking topic - politics aside - from a humanitarian point of ...
... worse then Edmonton; I didn't think that was possible! Haha for 15min, we were jostled around in the back of this tuk-tuk as the metal of the vehicle rattled and racketed around us. Buddha park (5000kip, ~60 cents) was interesting by most definitely bizarre and abstract. The park was an open space with tons of Buddha statues in all sorts of positions and formations. There was a massive reclining Buddha similar to the one we saw in Thailand. We got ...
... was good quality.
Following our meal we took a walk down to the river where we saw a statue to the final king of Laos - he was positioned facing Thailand which I thought was a little strange. Following this we meandered our way through the Night Market but not being big shoppers, especially of tourist tat we eventually headed back to our hotel in preparation for an early start tomorrow and some last minute sightseeing.
Claire & ...