Nongkhai Grand Hotel
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... what seemed to be a twenty four hour rave with music which nearly burst my eardrums but the bikini clad dancing girls mud fighting made it bearable. Home shower and change and out for food followed by drinking cider in an Irish bar in the centre of the town. Sue and I decided to walk back to the hotel and celebrate watching the fireworks from our balcony while a few of the others went ...
... was at Rays bar and grill, a little Mexican joint. Justin found it on tip advisor and knew how much i had been craving a quesadilla. Oh and was it ever good! Chicken, cheese, onions, and bacon with sour creme and homemade salsa and guac. I've said it before, you need those little tastes of home after eating so many rice and noodle dishes. I passes out by 9 because I was in a food coma hahah I haven't eaten a meal that big in a long time! So worth it ...
Today we will have a lot of time to wait until 5 pm when we are supposed to meet the Malaysian expedition of 12 cars at Nongkai, the border between Thailand and Laos. To kill time we go the Hypermart to buy some snacks to take with us for a long road and Wiper for the car wind screen. For lunch we have traditional Thai food besides the rice fields. Enjoying the Singha beer and relaxing. In ...
... The markets
are set up to help educate and inform consumers about organic production systems
in Laos, and on the benefits consuming organic products. The farms producing the
vegetables for these markets are certificated as organic by the MAF.
organic vegetable market in Vientiane, Laos is open from 6 am to 12 noon on
Saturdays and Wednesdays.
... 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 ...