Rivertime Resort and Ecolodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Moshi, a Soviet guy I've been traveling with since the beginning of Laos (along with two french couples) got sick yesterday and went to the hospital last night. checked on him this morning, brought oranges and he asked for rice so brought that. said I would stay if he wasn't getting better but ...
... finally got to Savanneket bus station in one piece. We now had to find somewhere to stay. In the book we liked the sound of a guesthouse and both decided to head to it. We got on another tuk tuk to take us there. When we got there it was demolished. We got back on the tuk tuk so that he could take us to another place. We found a nice place and checked in. It was getting late so we headed straight back out to find food. This ...
... by the river. This was our routine every night and during the day we'd take short walks around town or stay in the hotel to relax.
Vientiane was very populated with tourists. A lot more than any place we've been to so far. Being the capital of Laos I expected it to be a lot busier and noisier but it was relatively quiet and peaceful. Crossing the streets wasn't as much of a mission as it's been in the ...
... on a narrow strip of land where the Kham River meets the Mekong. It is World Heritage site and the old quarter is a criss cross of tree lined streets and lanes and masses of temples. One of the main attractions is getting up at sunrise and watching the monks performing the age old ceremony of collecting alms from the faithful locals. It is a very humbling experience watching lines of saffron robed monks walking the street and collecting rice and other food.
... which was about an hour away. Once in Sapa we were able to have a shower and get change, and leave any extra gear in a luggage room (we didn’t have any extra, because we left our big bags in Hanoi), then had some breakfast. At 9:30 we met our guide May. She was a tiny girl (my shoulder height) and was 18. She took us on a walk through the hills and villages to a village home stay.
The home stay wasn’t much of a home stay really. It was more of a ...