Sihom Sabaidy Guesthouse
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... easier to go along with it. The actual border post looked fairly new and very well organised. Window 1 was visa on arrival, window 2 was immigration and window 3 was for vehicles. Very easy.
We drove towards Pakse, stopping along the way at the Four Thousand Islands area. We drove out to the biggest one, Don Khong, along the new bridge opened last year but there wasn't a lot to see.
We stayed the night in Pakse ...
... packing our bags once more for our night bus to Thakaeck, hurrah, next place here we come!
In the next few days we’ll be snaking our way north, so when we arrive somewhere new that has wifi we’ll put a blog update on to say hello and wish you all well!
Enjoy what is left of the weekend back home, big hugs and kisses to you both
p.s. Thanks for all your comments, they make us laugh and we are glad that you like the pictures!
Dan and Scotty
... crammed full of braziers barbecuing all kinds of animals, vegetables and minerals; steaming vats full of noodles and rice, and (of course) barrowloads of Lao Lao. Enormously entertaining.
"Food, glorious food!"
... br> Even though neither of us were feeling great we tried to make the most of our time and headed to Tad Hang waterfall for a dip. The water was freezing but it was good fun.
Late afternoon we were told the waterfalls wouldn't be working tomorrow as they were doing some work on the dam. We came to Tad Lo for the waterfalls ...
... day. The drive to this waterfall was down some very bumpy dirt roads. This would have been very frustrating, if there hadn't been coffee plantations along either side. As these were so interesting we did not care that it was slow going. The waterfall's themselves were the smallest that we had seen but they were still great to look at. After this it was time to head back to Pakse before it got ...