Early in the morning, waiting for the pick-up vehicle.
This was our first time, so we bought our bus tickets from the hotel but here’s an advice; just hop on a tuk tuk, go straight to the bus station and buy your tickets directly there.
You could save a lot 🙂
Pastry haul from a Scandanavian bakery. Uh-oh, no.
Go to Le Benetton please hehe.
What would be the most comfortable bus I’ve ever been on, and I’ve been on a lot of them.
The 9.5 hour journey was a breeze.
Checked in at Lao Lu Lodge. Highly recommended by Trip Advisor.
And us 😛
In love with the bathroom.
Dumped our bags in our room and went out to search for food. We stumbled upon this steamboat place yippee!!!
Pork, pork and pork. I’ve never seen so much of them before.
The food we took. Tofu, vegetables, fish, prawns, squids. We dare not touch the meat.
The waiter, upon seeing our bare steamboat, brought us a plate of……pork.
HAHA. But it was still so sweet of him, really.
Zie asked me to take some water spinach (kangkung), and I was like, eh I took some already ok there look.
And she said, “Nisa these aren’t water spinach, do you even know how they look like? =____=””
Green leafy veggies all look the same, as if your stomach would know the difference just eat laaa haha.
The weird thing is, Luang Prabang is high up in the mountains.
But Vientiane’s colder. Yup, the city.
Breakfast. The baguette’s a winner.
Because all fish look weird to me hewhew.
It’s a sin not to check out the library.
They have comics!
The bank. I love all these french colonial buildings.
Those white and baby blue rugs were giving me a heartache.
Backpack so small haih.
Obligatory tourist picture.
Fish food at 5000 kip per packet.
Trust me, I won’t even bother doing this in Malaysia haha.
The entrance fee was 30,000 kip each. This place was huge, this one’s just the temple..not the museum itself.
No pictures were allowed in the museum. This used to be the Royal Palace, so I’d definitely recommend you to visit this one. The Japanese glass art on the walls were stunning.
Ancient Shell gas pumps we found at the back of the museum.
I’m just hopeless at posing, I know *sighs*