Champa Residence Hotel
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... easier to go along with it. The actual border post looked fairly new and very well organised. Window 1 was visa on arrival, window 2 was immigration and window 3 was for vehicles. Very easy.
We drove towards Pakse, stopping along the way at the Four Thousand Islands area. We drove out to the biggest one, Don Khong, along the new bridge opened last year but there wasn't a lot to see.
We stayed the night in Pakse ...
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, ...
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The last few days in Laos, I spent my birthday in a sleepy little village called Tad Lo, eating chocolate cake and messing about with elephants. I've had worse birthdays.
... enough (around 9pm!) it was bed time. We were instructed to get geared up as we would be zip-lining into our rooms! We followed each other, one by one up the canopy, in the pitch black. Then as we reached each treehouse we took it turns to attach our pulley and zip-line into a treehouse - the most surreal experience. It was hilarious watching people zip-line over your head, saying 'goodnight', as they disappeared into a camouflaged treehouse. I sent Chris off first into our ...
Arrived in Pakse after a not too arduous journey and found ourselves a half decent hotel with hot water showers. After 4 nights of cold showers and no air con we were in heaven! It's the little things you learn to appreciate!
Still not feeling 100% but we headed off for a ...