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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 …
... on a narrow strip of land where the Kham River meets the Mekong. It is World Heritage site and the old quarter is a criss cross of tree lined streets and lanes and masses of temples. One of the main attractions is getting up at sunrise and watching the monks performing the age old ceremony of collecting alms from the faithful locals. It is a very humbling experience watching lines of saffron robed monks walking the street and collecting rice and other food.
... gal' nick name. We then ventured to the capital, Vientiane. It's a sleepy little city, where we educated our selfs on the 80 millions bombs or so still undetonated across the Laos from the Vietnam war. One sunny afternoon we hailed a Tuk Tuk, waited half an hour for Nick to haggle down the price and headed to the COPE centre. They teach you about the bombings, and also raise money for victims who need prosthetic limbs after stepping on one. It was this place that led us ...
... grounds and roads, a scary thought. What was amazing was how they employed the locals to become experts on bombs and help spread the knowledge of what to do. You get to see a Brit telling off a lot of the locals who thought it was okay to try and unscrew the top of them bomb. They had little care for their lives when they were so poor and the metal would be so much money. You could see the look on people’s faces when they safely got rid of the bomb, people ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet