Views of Laos: Vientiane

30 08 2013

A short flight brings us to the capital city, Vientiane. A very small feeling city but relaxed and welcoming. From its soviet-style square, to a selection of temples and a colonial-style museum this was an easy city to explore during our all-too-brief visit.

The full set of photographs from this part of the trip can be found here.

Parade ground at the National Assembly Hall
The past is still with us

Motorcycle powered ink-jet printer at That Luang Stupa
May miss a business opportunity?

At That Luang Stupa complex
Foot marks

Memorial in the grounds of the That Luang Stupa complex
In memory of a life

View from the top of Patuxai (was Victory Arch)
Neatly set out

Inside Patuxai (was Victory Arch)
Seller on the spiral

Outside Patuxai (was Victory Arch)
Monk capture

One of the many statues at Wat Si Saket
Part missing

On a drive through the centre of the city
Small opening


— words by Paul
— pictures by Paul

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