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... country, Vietnam. Off onto a bus and to the main terminal we go. Got to passport control and most of the British people on the plane went to the visa queue. Us on the other hand went straight over to passport control. Pre getting our visas had paid off. As I handed the border control officer my passport, he took a good look at my photo, then at me. I think the beard may be changing my appearance slightly! He eventually stamped my passport ...
... going to have two days on the Mekong and had to bring snacks. Out drive back to the city was good. Except this time, it was really hot. I got a couple videos of the terrain, check them out! It was about 2 by the time we got back, we went to the hotel, had a little break, changed, dropped off our bags and then went back out to see the Royal Palace Museum. We thought we had lots of time, but after our break, driving around looking for it, plus smoothies, we ended up ...
... school and a soulful song sung by one of the older ladies. She looked about 80, but still has a powerful voice. It is the only entertainment we can remember where the cast outnumbered the audience at least 2:1. It was very enjoyable especially when we were invited to join the dancing a la local wedding style.
Following a mediocre meal, it's early to bed for an early flight to Yangon via Bangkok tomorrow.
... i looked at the driver and said "Phaat mong" which meant, we've got 8hrs of this. To which we both laughed. I knew the day was going too well though, as once i'd arrived in Luang Prabang, i must have spent 4hrs walking around looking for a room. Everywhere was full, bar a few hotels charging prices that would make even Bill Gates think twice about staying. In the end, i'd resigned myself to sleeping on the street (wouldn't be the first time) as i tried the last ...
... famed for having the best croissants in town. We didn't get there until almost 10 though and unfortunately they'd sold out so we had to go elsewhere. After breakfast we took one of the millions of people on the Main Street offering to take us to the waterfall up on his offer. We boarded a minivan with a load of other backpackers and headed 32km south of town to Tat Kuang Si. It took about an hour to get to and the Laotian countryside we passed though ...