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... and new visas from the Mongolian Embassy. We also climbed to the top of the Patuxai monument which is seven stories high. Nice views of the city.
We had a nice spot for tea right on the edge of the footpath just watching everyone go by but the pizza and lemon drinks weren't anything special. A wander along the night markets and it was time for bed. And it was my birthday today.
... It was highly interesting and informative. We then visited the monument and That Luang. The monument was very nice, however That Luang was disappointing. The photos show a well kept large golden stupa but unfortunately the golden paint has rubbed off and is looking very shabby. Many people who traveled to Vientiane especially to see That Luang were disappointed and refused to pay the entrance fee. In the evening we took a walk along the river edge and saw a nice bar so ...
... with this option is more perhaps hard miles traveling. Whatever, it's something we don't have to really think about seriously until about ten days time. The fourth option is to do nothing, just overstay, and pay a fixed penalty of $10 a day each. About £300. Not really an option that one.
I fancy a couple of days relaxation here before we set off for Vang Vieng for my birthday. We have no rush. We have a nice room in a cool part of town and even though Vang Vieng is ...
... 322;. Na owym placu było około 50 autokarów i w wietnamskim haosie nikt nie umiał nam powiedzieć który z nich jedzie do Vientiane. Po kilkunastu minutach udało nam się znaleźć nasz autokar. Kiedy kierowca otworzył bagażnik, zobaczyliśmy, że jest on wypchany po brzegi dużymi paczkami i kartonami. Okazało się, że kierowca bierze łapówki za transport paczek z Wietnamu do Laosu i na nasze ...
... reflecting the afternoon sun in a way that demanded a sense of humble sacredness. Inside the museum was filled with many sizes and types of buddhist art, most of which consisted of Buddha statues.
From this close set of temple/museums, we walked past the house of the President, an immense complex not dissimilar to our White House, and went up a main street in Vientiane towards a monument called Patuxai, meaning 'victory gate'. This is a Lao version of the French ...