The night bus from Champasak to Vientiane was the first time we'd been on a bus with bunk beds. We had a top bunk that we had to share and it was definitely designed with the Asian population in mind, it was absolutely tiny. Still, it was pretty good to be able to lie down properly rather than being in a semi reclining seat.
On our second day here we hired bikes for the day and went to look around a few temples. It was whilst we were here that we decided we were templed out and that we were done looking round them. This also meant we had to decide what to do for the rest of the trip as we didn't think we could stay in South East Asia till the end of October so ........ China here we come on 24th August!
We went for a curry one night and the owner was taking everyone's picture, we were both shovelling food in our mouths and he just appeared at the table and starting taking pictures, then he was asking us where we were from etc, it was at this point I realised he was filming us! 5 minutes later he'd made a really random video of us both with an app and uploaded it to Facebook! Thank god we lost his business card so I can't see it on Facebook again!
I thought it was a bit much, Casson thought he was showing initiative. He soon changed his mind the next night when we went back and he made us pose with our completely empty plates which made us look like fat bas#tards whilst he filmed us again! This guy had no concept of personal boundaries but he made a mean curry!
Next stop Vang Vieng where the question is "to tube or not to tube?"