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Very early start 4.45 taxi to airport good price at 90 myr Checked in smoothly and on to the flight two and half hours to Vientiane decided to upgrade to the emergency exit rows for 8 quid each best thing we could have done three seats each so sleep time funny as we moved some other geezer tried to sit in seats as well! I said have you paid sir ie F off I want all three seats to myself he soon moved ...
... and not so much about the other food... oh well.
We went to the oldest Wat in Vientiane Wat That Luang and realised that we were quite watted out. It was a long walk there and a short tuk tuk ride back!
Next day it was off to the airport and a flight to Phnom Penh. Amusingly the plane we caught had come from Hanoi, was stopping at Vientiane and Phnom Penh and final destination Saigon. Almost like a coach of the air.
... better. As it was an hour away from sunset the sun was casting a wonderful glow onto the stupa which made it shine, looked stunning. After getting my full of the glorious golden stupa I walked over to the 2 temples in the same grounds to check them out before heading back to my waiting tuktuk driver to take me back to my hostel. I had to get an early night as besides from packing up everything I was leaving the next day to move onwards in my Lao journey - next stop Vang ...
... have weighed all of 50kg but he literally flung me around like a rag doll, he had magic hands and his boyfriend is a very lucky man. On Friday Matt got sick so I left him in the hotel to recuperate and headed off for a wonder along the Mekong and through the city. Along the way I walked past the Loas Palace, and the city's two famous temples Wat Si Saket and Haw Pha Keaw, I then continued onto the COPE Centre to the west of the city. I was actually really enjoying Vientiane it was ...