lunes, 4 de octubre de 2010
Gracias por los comentarios, os seguiremos informando y ensenando los fantasticos lugares que estamos conociendo :)
View of a cave. The caves were either naturally formed or digged by the people. As the bombings lasted over 9 years, many caves were built for different purposes such as a hospital, a school and even a 'party cave' to celebrate weddings and other important events.
Entrance of a cave. Another courious fact was how Lao people learnt survival techniques. When they captured american pilots they interrogate them to learn about their fighting strategies. They learnt how white animals such as chickens or ducks where easily visible from the air, and were an easy target for bombings. Therefore all white animals had to be killed....
View from the lake. As you can see, even with the atrocities that happened here, not too long ago, the natural beauty of ViangXai and its people makes the trip very worthy!
Ok? Little boy eating sticky rice (so sticky you can even make shapes with it!)
Colacao?? No!!! Beer Lao!
Sleeping ducklings :)
Bye Bye beautiful LAO!, we hicked a truck and went to the Vietnamese boarder enjoying the last beautiful backgrounds of a small country with a big heart.