Villa Lao Wooden House
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The alarm went of what seemed like far too early. Unfortunately it was not too early, it was exactly the right time, it was us that were wrong, or not right at the very least. It would have been nice to have a little longer in bed but by the time we dragged ourselves up and to breakfast (Emily only managed bread and water) it was time to go back to …
... so short! It's nice here but much more developed and affluent than vietnam... Hopefully it'll become more authentic as we head into more rural areas. We have a tuk tuk tour planned for tomorrow around all of the temples and then we travel into Vangviang which should be really nice! Laos is much more calm than vietnam which was really fun but very intense! Hope everyone's well at home... Keep commenting and messaging me when you want! ...
... Si – a temple set into the rock like a cave. We had a look round this before walking down further to a collection of golden Buddha’s, all arranged in order for the days of the week (for luck). The final building we reached on the way down was a small hut that housed a (mythical?) footprint of Buddha himself! It was over a metre in length and about half a metre wide. We walked down to the bottom and then onto the main road again (it was quite hot ...
... speaker, including why we say 'on foot' or 'by foot' but not 'by feet.' Dave's students on the other hand were a little more tricky to talk to and he had to work hard to fill the two hours. After two hours of sustaining a conversation in English, we were tired. Goodness knows how the students must have felt. Their dedication is amazing - many attend college or work all day and then give up two hours of their evening to improve their English. It's a shame more of the places ...
... dozens of larger-than-life sculptures depicting important Buddhist figures and stories. These works are simply mind-boggling in their detail and size. We had the place to ourselves, possibly because getting there involved an hour drive, much of it on an unpaved muddy and rocky road.
Our main intent was to use Vientiane as a waystation for our visit to Luang Prabang in central Laos. LP is a UN World Heritage City, and has ...