Thai Laos Riverside Hotel
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... Indian and sat down for a scrumptious meal. I asked the waiter if he could make the Chicken Tikka Masala not spicy, he was very pleasant and said something along the lines of 'of course madam, anything you require' only to really mean 'yeah good luck, we're serving you the spicy dish' which I got to discover through streaming eyes, a runny nose and a whole lot of Raita, still tasty. We again wandered through the town late at night to see Singapore lit up and it was rather ...
... lose a few days getting lost and wandering and not caring about time. I really enjoyed my time here, Luang Prabang being the highlight. It truly is a magical, little country which looks to continue to grow quite substantially, which will no doubt make it a different kind of place in a few years to come. Let's just hope it keeps some of its mystery about it and doesn't become a tourists playground.
Seeing that I was now over halfway through my original plan it ...
At Miracle Springs I helped make bricks for a new dome house. Sabrena taught me what to do.
Clay, dug from nearby
Sift the clay and sand to get rid of sticks and rocks
Mix together clay, sand and cement with a little water
The mixture has to be just right, mostly clay, not too much water
Fill the brick ...
Vientiane, capital city of Laos. Never seen such a laid back place in the world. Not over populated either. We reckon that there were more croissants and pains au chocolat than people in the street in the morning!
I had always wanted to go there, the name for me sounds of old days and long gone explorers. Probably all these stories I read as a kid. We saw many old French houses crumbling in side streets, or being finally turned into beautiful ...
... say that being hungover three days in a row and then taking a plane to what is soon to be your least favourite destination is not fun. And there is also not an extraordinary amount to talk about. Hanoi should be nicknamed crazy town. I've never been somewhere (though I haven't been to many places yet) where the traffic is so insane. There are no lights or stop signs or cross walks. It's just go, go, go. Luckily I've only almost been hit five times ...
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