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Lao Road Trip! After relaxing on the river in Vang Vieng, we headed back to Vientiane to meet up with Sid's cousin, who has a minivan and offered to take us on a road trip down to southern Laos. We didn't know that we would also be taking the trip with one of the cousin's friends (who would help drive on the long trip); another friend who wanted to …
Today could of been hellish, but turned out pretty well!
The train rolled in about 3 hours late as is usual with trains in Se Asia, once getting off the train we walked past all the usual touts and fixers and straight to some other people we saw hanging around with backpacks, they were all heading in the same direction and we managed to …
Today was another day spent doing what we do best in Laos, Relaxing
Pakse is a pretty sedate little town, but when the sun is upon you it is hot hot hot!
We found our way up to Delta Coffee today, I'd almost class it as some of the best coffee I've ever tried, this cafe has it's own plantation about 50 k's away up on the Plateau, …
It had to happen eventually, this my friends is a lesson as to why you stick with street vendors
Our ride from the Island to Pakse went very vey smoothly and we were back to our friends in the Pakse hotel in no time, we planned to stay here for a couple of days in the hope that Bec's chest infection would clear up and then we'd move on.
Today is March 17,2009 at noon. I am presently in Pakse, Laos. I have been travelling with my sister since December 25, 2008 to February 26, 2009 at which time my sister returned to Canada and I continued on my own. We started out by having a stopover in Beijing, China and spent a few days there to see the amazing wall of China, the Forbidden City …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPakse Hotel
I was very happy with the room and the room rate. Hotel rooftop restaurant is a good vantage point. I have to say I was not impressed with my meal in the restaurant but that may have been a poor choice on my part. I went back to the hotel on my way north. Having trouble with the wifi connection I asked the manager for help. He spent some time on the problem and even got his computer expert to try and help. later when I asked about hotels in Savannakhet he not only provided a recommendation but his wife took time to phone and make the booking for me. I also explained that I was looking for someone I'd met in Lao many years ago. I had a name and a company that he used to work for. she was more than helpful making a number of phone calls and eventually getting me a phone number. This level of service is unusal even in a 5* Hotel. I found all the staff cheerful and helpful and think the hotel is very good value for the money.
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