Centara Hotel & Convention Centre Udon Thani
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Udon Thani
... Thailand, the border town we crossed at. Exiting Thailand and entering Laos took about 27 checkpoints, much stamping and US$31 over an hour. Back on another bus for the 20km trip to our first destination in Laos, the capital Vientiane. Our new guide, Mr Rang gave us a good briefing on what to expect in Laos. Sounded interesting. The motel tonight is a gem, Chanthapanya, rosewood everywhere. Stay tuned for some photos ...
... we knew we had to take advantage of this shopping opportunity. Along with a myriad of gifts, Scott bought an awesome Thai silk shirt.
When we got home that night at 7:30pm, we were greeted by our youngest brother running up to us, yelling, “Good morning!” We taught him to say, “good morning,” to us every morning, but I guess that he generalized it to just the normal greeting to say to us. We all had ...
... whirlwind, 13 hour, donation tour of 7 temples throughout the neighbouring regions, each were glorious homes of spirituality and disciplined practice.
At the first, we climbed into the open mouth of a cave, which opened into this huge alter. Nandy was an exchange student that who lived in the states, throughout the day she translated various Buddhist teachings and explained customs and ...
... were not quite done, but they would be this evening. Having to kill some time while waiting for the other two, we just walked around in UD town (a lot was closed since the markets don't open till later...). We ate some lunch, took it easy and waited for them to call. It took a while. When they finally called it was to tell us that they'd gotten a flat tire! Trying to find a solution, they would call us when they knew more. It turns out that fixing a ...
... so we shouldn't expect them to be open. A lot of people go home to celebrate Songhkran. So, accepting the defeat, we headed back home, still aching.
Ate lunch at a nice restaurant by a lake. It's actually a place where the princess of Thailand likes to eat now and then (she lives in Udon Thani). Nice atmosphere there, almost felt like we were dining in the jungle! Wish we had our camera, but we're afraid it will get wet when driving around. So we're not taking any ...