Green Park Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We woke at a respectable hour both feeling refreshed by a good night sleep, we dressed, popped to the restaurant for some breakfast before returning to complete jobs such as the blog from the last few days.We then had a fairly calm day sat by the poolside, reading or swimming which enabled us to recuperate after a few odd days! At lunch we had a …
After what can be classed as a **** night where one of the 3 slats which held the very thin plywood that supported our mattress decided to fall out, this was fixed quickly, we then listened to an almighty cat fight by 2 or 3 cats outside our window. We therefore got very little sleep, so, not feeling particularly refreshed, we were a bit 'off' this …
A seven hour bus drive through bumpy windy and pot holed road that a tractor would have been the normal mode of transport. up and down mountains with paddy fields in the valleys and all in all a thoroughly uncomfortable drive to Vaing Vieng. We were all spilt up into pairs for a home stay with the local mountain village people where we were treated like dignitaries to a traditional meal which I thought was **** but most people enjoyed our communal meal with ...
Today was our first Vientiane sight seeing day. Breakfast was at Joma Cafe because it was listed as "Canadian" on trip advisors. What constitutes a restaurant within Canadian meal categories? We just had to find out, and to or luck we ended up with a 'mouth watering' and so 'beyond satisfying', 'taste-of-home', 'I love Canada' and 'miss Tim Hortons' bagel with cream cheese. Hmmm We weren't sure about our hotel and the price we were paying. But after shopping about after breakfast, ...
... to give such freedom to pre- school infants. In Laos it must be the norm. Indeed we sometimes see girls of barely 4 or 5 carrying a younger sibling on her back, presumably in lieu of Mum who must be busy somewhere else. AG has to take great care.
*As we approach Vientiane, the landscape flattens out, we are more or less at sea level. There is a lot more commercial activity rather than agricultural activity going on. We stop at a roadside ...