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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 ...
... In reality, southern Laos was a key part of the infamous Ho Chi Minh Trail, a key supply route for the Vietcong in South Vietnam while eastern Laos, around the Plain of Jars, was a major encampment of communist leaders; on the US side, the CIA were training Hmong fighters to infiltrate into Vietnam. Interestingly, the Second Indochina War (as the Vietnam War is known here) is not regularly taught in schools here so many people are now living with ...
... s eye view of the entire Xieng Kuan Park. Buddha Park Highlights It was built in 1958 by Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, a monk who studied both Buddhism and Hinduism. This explains why his park is full not only of Buddha images but also of Hindu gods as well as demons and animals from both beliefs. The most outstanding ones include Indra, the king of Hindu gods riding the three-headed elephant (aka Erawan and ...
... over the course of three days.
Best of all, we stayed in a TREEHOUSE!! It was amazing, we slept alfresco under the stars in mozzie nets. There was also a genuine "Rainforest Shower" in a bathroom where you could shower whilst looking out over the jungle- after all the hiking possibly the best shower of my life.
The guides left us completely to our own devices, only returning in the morning to zip over with breakfast ...
... grey combat trousers and sported a white handlebar moustache. From what he was saying he must have been in his mid 70's to 80, and talked of being thrown out of Vietnam at the end of the war. He'd been in a lot of Asian trouble spots over the decades. e talked about the thousands of unexploded bombs and landmines left behind after the Vietnam war, and how they are still killing and maiming people. Many of the souvenirs in the markets are made from bullets ...
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