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... give police statements. Apparently in Laos this isn't the case and we were on our way 15 minutes later and before the emergency services had even arrived! We had discussed hiring scooters to travel through Vietnam but after witnessing this, decided we'd keep to buses! We arrived at our hostel, Backpackers Garden which was up to Laos usual standard of more basic than basic. Our room was essentially a concrete outhouse which we shared with 6 other people. ...
... line. Outside the gates were Laos people selling photocopy and passport picture services as well as form fill out service. I had prepared 2 passport photos and a photocopy of my passport picture page. I got the application form once inside and received my number (201!). All this took about 40 minutes. Then was another 30-40 minutes of waiting until my number was called. I chatted with a Korean ahjussi who lives in Bangkok with his sons and came to apply ...
... waited with the bags whilst I popped back out to pick up a couple of Baguette's for lunch, getting back in time for the first bus to take us to the bus station that is out of town. It took the short cut across the old airstrip, bumping through the potholes and huge, dirty puddles.
At the bus station we waited, the bus due to leave at 1:30. I counted the number of people waiting a we didn't have reserved seats. There were maybe 39-40, including us. ...
... in Laos":
1. hitchhiking is uncommon in Laos.
2. Waving you thumb up in the air at a Laotion is considered very rude. whoops.
Although we have now seen many caves on our trip, Konglor was different again. You sit on a boat and are driven ridiculasly fast through a pitch black cave river system with only head tortches to light the way. Also with this being the dry season the boat was scraping along the river bed in places and we had to help the ...
... my volunteer mates, Sean, who pays 'Ray's Grill' a visit whenever he is in Vientiane... Best juicy burgers in town baby. Bacon, cheese...the full shabang. YUMMY.
After a good night's sleep in my big double bed, I drew up a plan for the day... Well basically, just rent a bicycle and cycle around the city and to Vientiane's famous COPE Centre (Cooperative Orthotic and Prosthetic Enterprise). I made sure to cycle past a few of the city's many ...