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... picking up random people. The route so far has been a very bumpy one. Lots of craters in the road. We have gone up a huge mountain as we are above the clouds. We just saw a smashed up Lexus in the ditch. There is absolutely nothing between us and falling off the cliff. I am slightly anxious to say the least. We have just stopped again why an Asian women gets off the bus to be sick. The is going to be the journey from hell. We have just gone through ...
... 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 ...
... Free reading up on vientien later on, turns out this is one of the best places to have loas Laab!! I loved the mint and basil in the dish. Made each bite so refreshing! Hmmmm Dinner was washed down with a good old glass of red wine to whih I've missed drinking while over here in Asia. Justin also fulfilled his dessert fantasy since Bangkok and got mango sticky rice; his new all time favourite meal aside from fried rice. We wandered the streets a bit after ...
... of UXOs and traffic accidents and this was equally as moving as the land mine museum in Cambodia. It had an informative display on the dangers of cluster bombs and the work carried out on prosthetic limbs. It was shocking to hear that many local hospitals often don't have oxygen or blood. After walking in the heat we had a swim in Vientiane's outdoor swimming pool which was an interesting $4 experience. Laotians are very 'enthusiastic' swimmers. Apart ...
We caught the overnight bus from Nha Trang to Hoi An. The bus was quite different to the overnight bus we caught in India. It had reclining seat in three columns, 2 stories high. The seats reclined to almost horizontal, with each person's feet under the person in front of them’s head. Unfortunately for me my seat was just behind the walkway to the toilet, meaning that instead of being able to stretch my legs out they hit a wall. It made for an uncomfortable night ...