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... usually do, eat. But it's always some type of vegetable or weird fruit. My girlfriend got up and walked to her dad's house and told me to stay with her aunt and uncle. Soon, my girlfriend came walking with the village behind her. She was holding a picture of her dad, there was a person behind her holding a yellow string. The string was attached to the front of the truck that was carrying her dad's body. In between was the ...
... and read "Green curry with soup"! So, when Jason pointed to different "green curries with soup" on the menu to try to figure out the difference, the waitress interpreted it as ordering both. Jason had two massive meals and needless to say, felt extremely and uncomfortably full afterwards.
Around the area of the Mekong and the riverside restaurants, fitness seems to be the main attraction in the evenings. There are ...
... up at the (admittedly very impressive) enormous stupa and the surrounding Thai tourists with incense in hand. The stupa itself is pretty old 1560s but as it was covered in gold leaf it was repeatedly plundered by invaders, the most recently in the 1860s, since then there have been a few attempts to rebuild it, the most recently after world war II. All in all it is a very impressive large pyramid of a golden stupa. There is a small amount in the back of our minds that having ...
... bombs dropped over Laos whilst the war in Vietnam was going on, these bombs still affect families in some places in Laos as many of the bombs did not explode, they are still exploding now. This centre helps the injured by making prosthetic limbs etc. Really sad but interesting.
We also went to a Temple type museum and saw lots of Buddhas.
We then left the next day to head for Kong Lo to see a massive cave!
... Ottery type style. Dusty, old, and full of riff raff and desperate tuk-tuk drivers trying to rip off the first foreigner they see.
Surrounding the bus station are little stalls selling food and corner-café type items. You walk out of the bus station and onto the main road. The main road doesn’t look too bad, but the roads surrounding it are dull and unappealing. We spent ages waking up and down those roads and I’m not sure if we were just always in ...
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