check this link right here now Towards the end of the 3 months in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, this space to note stuff got sidelined a bit.
visit Day 8 – Nakay to Konglor
click to find out more Day 9 – Konglor to Pakxan
have a peek at these guys Day 10 – Pakxan to Vientiane
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الخيارات الثنائية الحد الأدنى للإيداع 5 $ The journey continued towards the capital Vientiane. Phoebe got 3-4 flat tires in quick succession. It was unreal. None for so long and then suddenly she goes haywire few days before I have to sell her. I managed to somehow get her to Vientiane.
this In Vientiane, I started looking for buyers for Phoebe. It had been 10 days already on the bike and I felt I’ve had my fill. Plus if you look at the map of Laos, the route further up looked like Vang Vieng -> Luang Prabang -> Nong Khiaw -> Luang Namtha. Luang Namtha being way in the north. Good place to sell the bike is either Vientiane, the capital, or Luang Prabang where people from Vietnam come in from.
go to this web-site I managed to sell Phoebe for a really sweet price in Vientiane. I was adamant at selling her for a high price since I could use her for a few more days and sell her for less which would still save me bus money. It worked. This also meant my travel mate Kevin and I had to part ways after a real good time together in Laos. He left for Vang Vieng on his bike while I took the bus to Luang Prabang.
his explanation On reaching Luang Prabang over a night bus I found someone who was headed to Luang Namtha. Since I had no plans of my own I joined the girl and left for Luang Namtha the same night.
he said I did enjoy the Kuang Si waterfalls in Luang Prabang during the day, which were quite unreal.
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use this link Headed to the small town of Nong Khiaw after this which truly stole my heart. So much so that I seriously contemplated buying land there to set up a summer home. The logistics of this are pretty hard to set up.
Also went to Muang Noi which is a town an hour boat ride up from Nong Khiaw. Pretty similar appeal as Nong Khiaw.
Last place on the list was Vang Vieng. This is famed to be a party town but you can see nice spots with very few people if you know how.
I flew out of Vientiane to India after this.
I swam in fresh waters in Laos for good 17-20 days out of the month I was there for. It’s amongst my favourite things to do.
My trip cost me 1,40,000 INR in total for 3 months. Which is around 700$ a month average. Pretty good.
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