Don Chan Palace
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... start to 2015. After returning for breakfast and seeing a couple of our fellow travellers suffering because of the night before I'm glad we went to bed early as travelling 4 hours with a hangover is not our idea of fun. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ...
... przez mały wodospad, gdyż jego jego trasa w tym miejscu wyschła. Była to jednak świetna zabawa. Można było zupełnie się zrelaksować słuchając dźwięku silnika łódki odbijającego się od ścian jaskini, mknąc przez kilka kilmetrów w ciemnościach wypatrując naszymi latarkami stalagmitów i stalaktytów.
Nasz pierwotny plan zakładał dotarcie do Vang Vieng ...
... the world. This bus, however, was rather nice. Despite it being an overnight bus I thought it might be fun to have good window seats, so our tickets were at the very front and on the top level of our double decker bus. So we had some fun in our well reclining seats which came with a snack, drink, and blanket, as our bus wound through the mountains of Thailand, at times frighteningly as the bus drove in both lanes of the road. We did sleep on and off through the ...
... I couldn't help but laugh at how loud the rattling of the tuk tuk was. And the local bus was cool, comfortable and quiet so I was able to read my book quite peacefully. We stopped at the morning market/talat seo mall for lunch. Pho type soup with the most disgusting chicken prices I have ever seen! I guess that's what you get for eating with the locals, I can't believe someone would actually eat that chicken, it turns my stomach. I picked them ...
... Mekong River . We are hoping that it will be worth our effort. We have ideas of visiting nearby river villages by boat, doing some walks in the forest and spotting some wildlife….
*Laos has around 40,000 km of roadway but recent statistics show that only 4000 km are actually paved. Apart from the last 40 km of track, we are fortunately driving tarmac surface today.
*Initially we are still driving through very rural areas. It seems there ...