Sinouk Coffee Resort
Travel Blogs from Champasak
... way back and checked out museum before returning to digs all hot and tired.
Had my first Papaya salad what a great meal I have never eaten so healthily.
We sat on the balcony swapping stories having a beer and watching the fishermen on the Mekong River. Even two men dragging a net close to shore with their kids,what a great way to spend the day.
We all agreed one more night and thats it as there is nothing else in the area to ...
... a host of regional bugs and spiders! The bathrooms are outside In a separate hut. But the scenery is fantastic.
On the first day - we take a short ride around the more remote village.
One of the great things about traveling via bike is that you are able to "wander" ...
19-21 Jan - Tree Top Discovery Experience
We were picked up at 8:30 and taken to the office to drop if our bags We then had an hour and half journey to the outskirts of the jungle, the last 30mins being a very bumpy ride (practice for Africa). When we arrived and waited an annoyingly long time for people who weren't when in our group, we were kitted up with harnesses, helmets, clips and a runner (obv some wrong terminology there!) Then we ...
Former Indochinese capital.
Pakse is close to the Khmer ruins of Wat Phu and the Bolaven Plateau of coffee-growing region and its Edenic waterfalls.
This serene riverside town drips with charm thank to its silkscreen-like mountain fringed by emerald rice paddies and the easy manner of its locals. Among faded colonial villas there's a spinkling of hgh-end style with a ...
... to be very tasty.
Mr Khain, our guide and Mr Tui our driver (who looked all of 15 years old!) met us at Pakse Airport. First stop: The Khmer Temple complex ruins of Wat Phu, originally dedicated to the Hindu Gods of Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu, but in latter years a centre of Theravada Buddhism. There was a temple built on this site as early as the 5th Century, but the surviving structures date from the ...