Hoong Thip Hotel
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... was a scorcher even though it said it had aircon, the bedding wasn't too kosher so we opted for our silk sheets, but even that was too hot, at least the shower was good and the owner was friendly. We went off to find a bank and somewhere to eat. We ended up at Chez Bourne, a European restaurant. B had a steak a me a lamb shank, which was massive! Finished up there and called it a night, we were ...
... and whizzed off to try the best fried ice-cream in town.
The expat community is a diverse bunch of people, who by some strange fate have met in the sleepy town of Savannakhet. The group is constantly changing, with new people arriving, and old friends leaving. Today, our South African friends were hosting a braai (South African barbeque), and guests were asked to bring dishes from their home country. The group consisted of 2 South Africans, 1 German, ...
... change, and community education- and I spent the subsequent days researching these ideas, working out what information was already available, and the logistics of gathering data in these areas.
I met Prof Len Wade and Viengsavanh, the deputy director of the National Agricultural and Forestry Institute (NAFRI), and my colleague Petsamon at the PAFO office. Today we travelled some increasingly familiar roads- visiting three farms in the Savannakhet and ...
... sure they can maintain the website once I leave the project.
However, like usual, it has been a tricky hurdle trying to explain to my colleagues what I am proposing we do, let alone actually doing it. The slow internet speed is also not conducive to building websites. I have therefore spent much time at home building the website, making use of the infrequent quick internet times, to upload photographs and videos.
There are some ...
... north. I caught the 7.00am bus to Vientiane. In typical Lao fashion, the bus left the Savannakhet bus station, drove a block and then pulled over where the driver and passengers then took 40minutes to have breakfast. It was a long trip north, but I was excited to see the new scenery. The landscape changed to greener, more mountainous area, as our bus rattled on up the one major highway in the country. Dave had kindly downloaded some audiobooks for me, so I was kept entertained on my ...