Sabaidy 2 Guesthouse
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Stayed here for 3 nights from 2 Jan - 4 Jan 2013. Basic single fan room costing 6US dollars. Can't complain too much. Except.... staff were borderline friendly, bfast was so so and only 4 toilets/shower cubicles (no hot water) for about 20 rooms. Good tours organized from here. An ok stay. Decent value I suppose.
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Ich hatte in Thahek den Nachtbus nach Pakse gebucht. Leider nicht bedacht, dass aus Thakhek nur der lokale Bus fährt und so wurde die ganze Fahrt etwas abenteuerlich aber irgendwie auch cool. Los gings mit einer Kletteraktion über einige Reissäcke und Kartons um meinem Platz zu erreichen. Ich hatte einen netten laotischen Mann mit seiner kleinen …
Vandaag kwamen we aan in Laos. Hier kom je niet zomaar, nee dit gaat met een lange treinreis van zo'n 10 uur, waar je in een klein bedje ligt, vervolgens sta je op een treinstation en moet je naar een busstation. Daar aangekomen is het reeds 10.00 uur en heb je honger, maar hebben ze alleen worst op stok. Dan neem je de bus, samen met wat andere …
... the opposite in fact. Northern Laos was a place we enjoyed, but not enormously, and southern Laos has felt like a big waste of time. We know there are things we could have done but didn’t due to the time of year we were visiting – trekking in the northern jungles for example. And we also know that it’s easy to get to if we want to come back, but the truth is we’ve got no great desire to do that right ...
... to see what else we could do whilst here. This is a city where there isn't much to see or do unless you go into the mountains.
We did find a hotel over the road with a swimming pool which we jumped at the opportunity to take a dip and chill for the afternoon before our night bus.
It was a beautiful hotel and the pool was empty. Around 5pm we headed back for the hotel to gather our stuff and head for the bus station.
Our next stop: Vientiane
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... we returned, another younger, shyer daughter was home, who we guessed was about seven. A few minutes later she returned wearing something different and seemed a little less shy, until we realised they were twins! We gave them some books we had bought, which were a hit as all the girls and three of their cousins kept looking at them throughout the evening. We showed everyone some photos of our families and a few of Australia and some native birds we had on an old memory card. Not ...