Green Park Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... of Vientiane for the night after doing nearly 650kms for the day.
Wednesday 25 March 2015
A bit of housekeeping for today and tomorrow. We found the Mercedes garage and Tilly has been booked in for a service tomorrow. We took our NZ passports to the Mongolian Embassy to get visas for Mongolia and completed the forms for Russia. We have also booked a hotel for 2 nights as ...
... tourism' and tend to think come and try it yourself then, outside of the comfort of your Greyhound bus.
However, hopefully, though not certainly, that's the hard miles over. Maybe. Only maybe because we still have our overstay visa extension to sort out and like lots of things in Asia, the information on what we need to do is contradictory. Many pages on the web say we can only extend from Vientiane, and this would require being back here, unnecessarily save for the ...
... our favourite country out of the 4, it has stunning scenery, increadibly honest and friendly people and some really fun things to do there. What surprised us is how up to date and modern the larger cities are but also how much things cost here, everything is double what we were paying in Vietnam... but it is nicer, you get what you pay for I guess.
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... br> Our first stop was a place called Wat Si Saket, the oldest standing temple in Vientiane and uniquely different from temples in Chiang Mai since it is constructed partially out of wood. The temple is surrounded by a courtyard, resembling old Spanish missions. The walls of the courtyard were decorated in thousands of Buddha statues of all sizes, some tucked into the many built in recesses along the walls. Inside the temple there was a restoration in progress ...
Cycle Tour Day 8, 85km, average 24.5km/h. Another good brekky and then onto the bus to clear the city traffic. Seems like the cars and scooters rule; bicycles are left to foreigners in the main, to the extent that the roads are just about gridlocked. About an hour out (20km) we de-bused and after fixing a few problems with the bikes away we rode on the Vientiane - Luang Prabang "highway" which initially had short pot-holed sealed sections between pot-holed ...