Hoong Thip Hotel
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... unsafe” … “Well, this is Laos”
… The advice given to get by in this country- set your expectations really low and expect the unexpected.
In saying that, this is one of the reasons I love this country, because it is chaotic, challenging and unpredictable.
This week I started to build the website for the Integrated Crop Livestock Systems project. The CSU staff are excited by my suggestion to have a website made of ...
... to jump the boarder and have it renewed. So instead I have to renew it at the Savannakhet police station. As there are no English speakers at the visa renewal office, I asked if Gayson would accompany me as my translator. Gayson works at the PAFO office in entomology alongside Madaline.
I spent the week planning a travel itinerary for Corey’s arrival on Saturday. The problem with travel in Laos, is although the distances look quite small, they ...
... scenery in the region, driving through the north down to the south has been a visual pleasure. If you have time to trek your undoubtedly going to have an amazing time, unfortunately for me I wasn't well enough to do anything strenuous after my visit to the hospital so our time was limited to sight seing around the cities and villages.
With my frailties in mind the other major point of coming to Laos is the good cheap beer and hanging out with ...
Officially on Christmas holidays today, Madaline and I headed south. We caught the morning bus to Pakse. It was a slow 5 hours on the public bus. The stops were frequent, the weather hot, and people sitting on bags of sugar in the isles to make up for lack of seats.
When the bus paused in villages women ran on trying to sell travelling snacks. Snacks such as crucified barbequed chicken, hard boiled eggs, and other animal bits and pieces. It was a ...
I have been watching a few documentaries on Laos, and none of them are terribly light hearted. Although we've all heard of the Vietnam war, little is ever spoken about the war that was waged on Laos. It ended up being the most heavily bombed country on Earth.
It is estimated that 90 million bombs were dropped on the country, designed to stop the spread of communism and the Vietcong making their way through the mountains. It is estimated that nearly 30 million ...