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... including Shiva, Vishnu, and Arjuna. The park was started in 1958 by Luang Pu (Venerable Grandfather) Bunleua Sulilat. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat was a priest-shaman who integrated Hinduism and Buddhism. His unique perspective was influenced by a Hindu rishi under whom he studied in Vietnam. After the revolution in 1975, anxious about the repercussions of the rule of Pathet Lao, he fled from Laos to Thailand where he built another sculpture park, Sala Keoku in Nong Khai. ...
... scrap metal with devastating consequences - such a simple solution to reducing these accidents, which COPE and others have worked hard to achieve in the last ten years. We did our part in donating some money in exchange for an ice cream shake, which was certainly worth it! The afternoon tour took us to a large market mall, where we stopped for lunch, and onto Vientiane's very own Arc de Triomphe called the Patouxay Monument. A standard photo shoot with our bikes, then a series of ...
... Lots of stalls set up and the road turned into a motorbike park. On the riverside was a large keep fit class. Looked very energetic in the heat. Walked through a few of the stalls (lots of them same,same). Visited Saoban handicrafts and bought a silver ring (190,000kip). Into T'Shop Lai gallery and bought some mango body lotion (200ml-65,000kip) from Lao Coco Arts and Crafts. Home stopping enroute to pick up a couple of cans of BeerLao(10,000 ...
We arrived at 7am the next
day. We caught a Tuk Tuk to the "city center" and began walking to the
area where the guesthouses were located. We navigated with the map found
in the Lonely Planet guidebook. We walked with our packs on for an hour
or so along a river before realizing that the map was not congruent
with what we were seeing around us. Then it hit me. We weren't in Vang ...
... ending with over 100 incidents of injury or death due to unexplored ordinance (UXO) every year. Remains of cluster bombs are everywhere in rural Laos and between accidental activation and the desire to make a few Kip from scrap metal or sales of explosives, the impact is horrific. COPE reaches out to the most remote villages to change lives with prosthetic limbs funded by charitable donations. The most striking things for me was that ...