In case you’re wondering why I suddenly have a lot of time to blog, I’m on a 10-day leave.
4 days left now *cries*
It’s awesome not having to wake up at 5.30 am everyday.
Anyway, I’m gonna finish off the post on Laos. Because I’m dedicated like that *too much time on hand*
And off we go to Kuang Hsi waterfall.
The beginning of the 4-hour trekking woohoo.
There were only 3 of us in the tour group; me, Zie and this 70-year old German who worked in China.
He was touring the SEA alone; he realised he’s been working hard for so many years and impulsively went on the trip.
And I also suspect he’s a superhuman because considering his age, the 4-hour journey didn’t tire him at all =___=”
Since the meat’s not halal, we opted for the vegetarian menu.
Quite delicious I must say.
And we arrived at the top of Kuang Hsi waterfall.
I’ve never been to the top of waterfall before!
This place is out of this world; it’s such a fairytale subhanallah.
I can so imagine fairies taking baths here.
Behold, your natural infinity pool.
Now let’s go down to the base of the waterfall.
I’ve done a few trekkings in my life and heck, this was the steepest route I’d ever encountered.
It would be easier to slide down the path instead.
An overview of the waterfall.
This place is wayyy bigger than what my camera could capture.
The colour of the waterfall is actually a striking turquoise; my camera failed me sobs.
And then we found out there’s actually a direct entrance to the waterfall ROFL.
Even so, I wouldn’t have it any other way.
The Laotian version of banana fritters
We bought a few, WHO CAN SAY NO TO BANANA FRITTERS?
Andddd that’s it about Laos *fireworks*
But I have yet to blog on Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam crap.