Don Chan Palace
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... then I always educate them on where her home town of Kuinre is :)); a Lao-born retired nurse named Pooky living in the the UK who took me to meet her cousins and toured me around Vientiane for the remainder of the day - how interesting is that?
2. I get to eat everything I order myself.
No sharsies means it's all mine and I don't have to negotiate what we're going to eat. And I can chow down when and where I want! (I'm trying to look on ...
Yay! I successfully got my Thai visa and will be back in Chiang Mai tomorrow morning! I walked around Vientiane a bit. I got a ride from a random Korean ahjumma I met at a Korean supermarket where I was asking for directions. She said tuk tuks in Vientiane are really overpriced, and the sidewalks aren't well developed around the city. She said she's amazed by tourists who walk around in the heat with little shades to go around! It was so nice ...
... were both shattered.
We got about another hour of sleep before venturing downstairs for breakfast, it was quite busy so we opted for a table outside. After breakfast we asked at reception to see if they could book us a ticket on the bus to Vientiane the same day, she asked if we wanted the 9:30 bus, we said yes, it took us a moment to realise it was 8:40, and we needed to get a refund for the hot air balloon, so Kirsty ventured out into the rain to the ...
... to lift the kayak over rocks to access the next chamber, it was at this point we realised that our kayak had a crack and we were taking on water. We made it back to the cave entrance and heaved the kayak on to the rocks, it then slid back in and sank... got back just in time!
We finished the day off by visiting Xieng Liab Cave, this was trickier than we had imagined as the roads were rough and the main enterance was blocked. As we were staring at the road sign ...
... I had been warned by fellow travellers that Vientiane does not have much to offer, so I had planned just the one full day here. After checking into the nicely quaint 'Souphaphone' guesthouse in the city centre, I decided to go for a little wander to get my bearings... I'd been recommended a few good French bakeries to frequent... So that was obviously top of my list! I enjoyed indulging in a little guilty pleasure...a hugely gluttonous piece of chocolate ...