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... all of a sudden. "Cock-a-doodle-dooooo". Ear splitting.
It's a good thing we had all gone to the restroom!!
the driver was transporting a fighting rooster to a small town. A guy comes up to van on a
scooter. He has a dog between his feet , he tucks the box with the rooster under his arm and
off he goes.
we seen the box back there but we didn't see any holes in it. Roy's still laughing!
Between the carved iron wood pillars ,doors,and pictures. Then you have the murals on so many
temples. Then the scrolling and whatever the curling things are on the corners of the roofs.
There are small colored mirrors implanted for dragon scales . They are also above doors .
The artist are truly talented
We had a very strange experience today.
... women were selling fruits, nuts, vegetables and souvenirs, and feeling a little peckish we bought a bowl of small plums, eaten with a chilli and sugar mixture. We found a bench to plonk ourselves on inside the gardens to munch our way through some of the plums. The gardens were split into sections, from colourful, extremely well kept and landscaped flower gardens, to a small maze. We spent some time meandering our way around the tranquil gardens and finding some very ...
I am excited for today because we are going to Laos. Last year I went to Myanmar and this year to Laos. I keep adding more countries every year. I never imagined that I would become a world traveler. I was terrified of planes and did not take my first plane ride until 2002. It was the one year anniversary after 9/11 and an international flight at that. Here I am 12 years later having visited 15 countries: Canada, Austria, Switzerland, England, Scotland, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Aruba, ...
... escape as did the Taiwanese. We had a traditional Chinese lunch and continued on to see the tea plantation on the hillside. Great views along the snakeing road, on this mountain. After that we headed to Chiangsaen to see The Golden Triangle, where Thailand, Laos, Myanmar meet on the Mekong river, Here, the Opium trade and smuggling used to be the main industry. Now it is banned! Spent the night at Mae ...
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