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... there is much more water flowing in the rivers and we are finding many more opportunities to see waterfalls than last year.
The travel in these countries is surprisingly easy. For the Pakse/Bangkok leg of this trip we stopped at a travel agency and for 60.50$ CDN for the 2 of us, we were picked up at our hotel by minivan, driven 1 hour to the Laos/Thai border, met and escorted over the border, delivered to the bus station in Thailand where we ...
... up the stairs. We explored the caves and saw lots if temples where people were praying. Isaac was feeling tired so didn't do much exploring. After we walked back down the steps, we went and had a fresh coconut and then roti telour, Dahl and coconut chutney which was ...
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The room we had which was Private double with AC was clean and the beds were comfy only drawback was we shared bathroom that could of been cleaned more often as there are lots of people using it
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