Just East of Vientiane, about twenty kilometers, lies a unique curiosity. Temples and pagodas dedicated to Buddha aren’t uncommon in the region, in fact they dot the landscape like freckles. Often the golden shrines blend into one another, and as a solo tourist, it’s easy to quickly mistake one for another. In Laos tours, however, the religious dedication spills over to a personal shrine, a beautiful…Continue
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I’d seen night markets in other places, and they’re often the same. I generally get tired of the stalls hawking the same things and the crowds of people. My personal Thailand Travel Guide, made the experience significantly different. Instead of looking at thousands upon thousands of cheap wallets, I was filled in on the people behind the stalls. I was let in on the stories of the people selling. There was the…Continue
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The 4,000 islands are also one of the few places in the world where you can seeIrrawaddy dolphins. These friendly-looking and peaceful creatures are unfortunately an endangered species, with only 9,000 or so remaining. Don Khon is the best base from which to set off and see them. You’ll see plenty of places along the south and southeast coasts of the island from which you’ll be able to hire a private boat from a local.
They’ll take you on a pleasant journey along the…Continue
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If your main role is to heal in the group, then you should mainly focus on your party's health, so check and heal everyone's health bars. Save your heals for other gamers and you need to make wow gold. You also get other choice to keep your life. Try to monitor your health bars of pets. Hunter and warlocks' pets are significant like their masters.
Warlocks and hunters would be thankful because they need not spend mana, time, or a soul shard to resummon or revive their pet. Players…Continue
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