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... wind, there are huge mountains around you,
driving through an open field with wide open space around you heading towards a
wall of mountains. In the fields, and on the side of the roads you see cows,
water buffalos and goats, and when you drive through a town, the children will
shout ‘SABAIDEEEEE!’ at you, while waving enthusiastically. Driving in the
mountains, turning corners left and right, you have an amazing view into ...
On the bus rode the next day we visited a 45km wall in the province with a Christian shrine. This 20m high wall was built to protect the city on the Thailand /Laos border, built in 3rd-5th century BC We stayed the night in a small town which had a festival with some horrendous karaoke!! We had dinner along the Mekong in Laos but could see Thailand on the other side of the ...
Waking up in the hills of paradise or the town of Phonsavan as it is better known, I tried to imagine what the day ahead had in store. Phonsavan is the gateway to the Plain of Jars, a megalithic archeological landscape and an enigma that has baffled people across the world for centuries. (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phonsav an). Built in the Iron Age, it is now an important area for archeological study into Southeast Asian prehistory. The three sites we visited at the Plain of Jars ...
... roads were lovely and smooth and
it was great to be cruising on two wheels out of town, no beeping horns, and
very pleasant riding, even in traffic, the Laos folks really do have to take
the prize for great driving, everyone seems to let everyone out at junctions
and it’s very calm affair, much like their attitudes we think, laid back and
easy going. The scenery getting towards the caves was also really beautiful,
with tall and pointed hills spiking out of ...
The day started after leaving Vientiane in a tut tut heading for the bus station with the mission to get to Konglor cave.
After getting on a bus to Thakheak I met a couple of people that I had seen originally in Chiang Rai and then again in Vang Vieng. We started speaking and it appeared that we both had the same intentions but they were considering to do The Loop (which something I had read about before leaving Vientiane).