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Lovely small town- one of the smallest, if not the smallest, capital cities in the world! We went to the oldest temple in Laos, filled with hundreds of Buddha figures. We stayed in a really nice hostel, with lots of friendly people. Spent lots of time exploring, a good night market and nice streets. Also we visited the COPE centre, a place and organisation set up to help people from Laos who have been affected by the millions of bombs which lie ...
... 322;y jeszcze wolne miejsca więc wskoczyliśmy do środka i po dwóch minutach byliśmy w drodze do stolicy.
W Vientiane dowiedzieliśmy się, że autobusy do Vang Vieng odjeżdżają z innej stacji, oddalonej o kilka kilometrów od centrum. Przypadkowy mieszkaniec Vientiane, który czekał na przystanku na swoją żonę, usłyszał naszą rozmowę i powiedział, że o tej porze autobusy ...
... hour we received our passports with a fresh fancy stamp allowing us a single entrance into the country. We then had to haggle with some tuktuk and songthaew drivers to find the cheapest ride to Vientiane and the Thai Consulate. Luckily Ms. Stebbins is a prideful negotiator and was able to haggle her way to us receiving a very reasonable ride. We were lucky enough on our ride to share a songthaew with a group of three friends visiting Laos from Japan. One of them ...
Coming from the buzzling of life- Bangkok, Lao's capital is very laid back, almost a little sleepy. But very relaxing. And that is what you need after your PhD, right? Seems like I'm not the first one here, or how do you explain the nerdy cafe and restaurant names? Maybe I should have been visiting the PhD 101 before. Maybe it might have helped a little ;) ...
... was really pretty! It had a really colourful textured ceiling, gardens surrounding the grounds, and a huge water fountain out back. Justin and I paid the 3000 kip (25 cents) to climb to the top of the arch way. Here we got a beautiful view of Vientiane! The windows on the third tier were my favourite, the metal within the window was shaped like Buddha or someone sitting and meditating. The flowers and Gardens filled In the frame as I looked through the window and down below ...