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... one of the hottest afternoons yet and with little shade make my way around the sight. The main temple is amazingly well preserved as is the Naga bridge but majority of the sight lays in ruins. Slightly neglected it's former glory is still apparent. The moat is missing and with the temple tops partially collapsed it does look like a mini Angkor. This was once the crown jewel at the western edge of the Khmer ...
... in front of us, about 30 yards away, was a huge wild male elephant. We watched him eat some leaves for a while, but he soon grew restless of our presence. He knocked down a small tree, leaving a perfectly clear path between him and us. Our guide told us that he was getting angry now and that was our cue to get out! We ran back to our truck, everyone chatting with excitement and breathing sighs of relief that he didn’t ...
... shopping basically. I didn't get anything. Claire treated herself to quite a few things. Thank goodness Dan is taking some stuff back for her to England to free up space in her bag! We've had a short amount of time back sitting up talking with Pete etc before heading to bed. Feeling pretty tired again; touristy trips can take it out of you especially when there's a fair bit of travelling around for it involved. Before I go I wanted to add ...
... documents to anyone on the Laos side… is it possible our scenario had happened before?).
On the Laos exit side a group of understanding westerners and locals kindly let us jump to the front of the line. We got the coveted exit stamp and then paid the exit fee of 20 Thai Bat ($0.66CDN). Now we had to get back to the Thai border and back to the train station!
It was 6:01pm. Our train was leaving in 19 minutes.
The couple amazingly saw ...
... some minor problems at first because it's not a bus that a lot of falang, if any, take so they couldn't really answer any of my questions; like, will they wait for me at the border when I get my visa, etc...Eventually, we got it all sorted out and, since Vientiane is only 20 kilos from the border, I figured I could just take a taxi if they didn't want to wait for me.
Once that was settled, the daughter ...