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After spending a VERY lazy day in Vang Vieng after our day of tubing, we decided to move onto the capitol of Laos--Vientiane. We had dropped off our passports in Vang Vieng to get our Vietnam visas sorted out and were told to pick them up in Vientiane. As someone who has had her passport stolen, I wasn't all that happy about leaving a city without …
... my knight in shining FC-branded armour.
Annnnd here's a more recent update:
SPEAKING of drama, I have just arrived into Phuket and both my debit and credit cards have chosen to lock themselves and I can't get money out. After a short period of time visiting 4 different exchange counters in a foolish attempt to trade in my old kip and intermediately chain smoking, I found a travel agent who booked me the "only" ...
... market, Wat, and a huge concrete rendition of the Arch de Triumph ( apologies for the English spelling). Flying to Hanoi tomorrow about midday. So lazy start tomorrow. I have pictures but not worth showing really. Hope everyone is not too badly affected by the bad weather over ...
... walking distance from there. We walked around in the burning heat for about an hour, still unable to find the guesthouse. Eventually we caught a tuk-tuk to the road name we’d been given and found a different guesthouse to stay at. It cost 430 baht for the night, including breakfast.
After putting our bags down, we walked down the road to find some food. We were starving! It was after 3pm and we hadn’t eaten since the night before. We sat down at ...
... vehicle would wait for our bus to make the turn. I guess the drivers know how difficult this road is to navigate in the large busses and stop to get some good luck from Buddha before tackling it. The busses or trucks move at a snails pace on these roads. That's why travel in these countries is so slow. They don't have the interstate highway system here like we are used to. In these countries, there is not much use in getting irate and upset. The standards here are just not like in the ...
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