Vansana Vang Vieng Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Sorry it's been a while, the Internet here is rubbish! We are now in Laos and it is beautiful. We had a one hour flight from Hanoi to Vientiane where we stayed one night. We went exploring round the city and climbed the arc de triumph on the main road through the city and got some amazing views. We then travelled to Vang Vieng. We stopped half way ...
... rid of the red dust build up. Luckily old mate was correct and I finally joined the mayhem of Highway 13. This main artery consists of potholes surrounded by bits of bitumen. ****, and if the road doesn't kill you the buses, trucks, tuk tuks, buffalo and wayward dogs all put their hands up to finish the job. The moto was up to the task though and performed admirably :-) I arrived at Vang vieng by 11 am. This place was the centre of drugs and hedonism a ...
... so was just so much fun. Back on the river and stopped off a few other bars, there are not so many nowadays as back in 2012 the government had to change the scene here due to there being to many deaths from alcohol and drugs. For me and Carl the scene was great and still an amazing place to come.
The water here in most places is not really fast flowing so it takes a ...
... less slippery without shoes. None of us bowled well, but we certainly had a few laughs along with a few beers. Afterwards, we headed to Swensons for ice-scream sundaes. A very fun night.
Off early tomorrow for Phonsavan and the Plains of Jars. We’re taking the bus (leaves 7am, arrives 4pm) so we can see more of the country. Finding the bus is better than the train. You see more countryside. ...
... find the best surprises. Or in this case thanks to my somewhat sense of direction I ended up finding the some other main sights on the outskirts. First was Wat That Luang Nena, which I marvelled at the gold temple glistening in the sun while enjoying some Laos curry at a local restaurant across the street before seeing it up close and personal. The light couldn't have been more perfect glowing on the gold stupahs. Wow! Then I circled my way ...