Champa Residence Hotel
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... jungle, and many local towns, which consisted mostly of a row of wooden houses on stilts from which local children would run to the roadside to wave with beaming smiles as we drove past. We also discovered that in Laos, livestock can wander anywhere they like, and encountered a host of suicidal animals, including goats, cows, water buffalo, chickens and pigs, who would wander along the roadside and then dart in front of you as you approached. ...
Champasak is another lovely small town in the Mekong river. The main attraction here is the beautiful previously hindu tample Wat Phu, built by the same person as Angkor Wat. It's located in the mountains near the Mekong. This unique location makes this temple very special. We also had a relaxed afternoon at the fantastic Champasak Spa. ...
Up early to watch monks receive alms Off to the airport for flight to Pakse Collected by Tiger and driver in nice big 4x4 Lunch at Sunock coffee house down town Pakse Off in car yo waterfalls, ethnic villages etc... Arrive Boloven plateau given charming rustic tree house room so immediately upgrade to master chalet suite, ...
... packing our bags once more for our night bus to Thakaeck, hurrah, next place here we come!
In the next few days we’ll be snaking our way north, so when we arrive somewhere new that has wifi we’ll put a blog update on to say hello and wish you all well!
Enjoy what is left of the weekend back home, big hugs and kisses to you both
p.s. Thanks for all your comments, they make us laugh and we are glad that you like the pictures!
Dan and Scotty
... crammed full of braziers barbecuing all kinds of animals, vegetables and minerals; steaming vats full of noodles and rice, and (of course) barrowloads of Lao Lao. Enormously entertaining.
"Food, glorious food!"