Day Two of Where in the world is Matt Lauer 2008

After making a stop over Buenos Aires, Matt Lauer and team flew straight to the land of tulips and cheese and spent their second day in Amsterdam. Check out the videos below and you just might learn something new about the Netherlands.

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Darly! How are you?? I just have a question, don’t know if you can help me answer it. I’m definitely going to Laos in December but was planning on landing in Bangkok and then take a flight to Ubon Ratchathani then take a ride down to Mukdahan and then cross into Laos at Savannakhet, but I had read somewhere that said you have to have a visa before you can enter that way. Correct me if I’m wrong, but they only issue visas to tourist at the airports and at the friendship bridge at Vientiane? If that is the case, I was thinking about getting a visa before leaving. You’re probably wondering why I just don’t land in Vientiane and the reason is because all my family are from the southern part of Laos. My grandpa was going to pick me up at Mukdahan because it’s easier for him. My dad said he had landed in Vientiane and had to take a overnight bus ride down to Pakse. He said the ride was uncomfortable. Haha. So I’m trying to save myself and grandpa some time by just entering Laos at Mukdahan. I had wrote to Las Embassy but no reply yet. If you can help, thanks in advance. =)

  2. Hi Ash,

    I don’t know if they are still issuing Lao Visa at Mukdahan or you have to get it in advance. There are several points of entering into Laos that you can get a Visa but at certain places you can only get 15 days Visa, instead of 30 days.

    When I went to Laos I took the bus down to Pakse from Vientiane and it was not bad at all with VIP bus for about 15 dollars. I also flew to Pakse and back from Vientiane which was a short flight.

    If money is not a problem then you can fly to Pakse from Bangkok these days. You can get a Visa at Pakse airport and then take a bus to Savannakhet.

    If you want to be safe, then you can apply for the Visa at the Lao Embassy in the US. My parents did that to play it safe and they got it done in less than a month.

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