Savan Vegas Hotel & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... few months, and still have not made it to half the eateries on offer. With full bellies, we headed out to ITEC, an indoor market place what opens every few weeks. Busy with people buying kitchenwares, clothes, trinkets and donuts, we wandered around the stalls. The Lao women love hair pieces- decorating their jet-black hair with diamonds, pearls, and brightly coloured scrunchies- so we decided to get a few ourselves. After some retail therapy, I jumped back on the Mysee’s scooter ...
... change, and community education- and I spent the subsequent days researching these ideas, working out what information was already available, and the logistics of gathering data in these areas.
I met Prof Len Wade and Viengsavanh, the deputy director of the National Agricultural and Forestry Institute (NAFRI), and my colleague Petsamon at the PAFO office. Today we travelled some increasingly familiar roads- visiting three farms in the Savannakhet and ...
... sure they can maintain the website once I leave the project.
However, like usual, it has been a tricky hurdle trying to explain to my colleagues what I am proposing we do, let alone actually doing it. The slow internet speed is also not conducive to building websites. I have therefore spent much time at home building the website, making use of the infrequent quick internet times, to upload photographs and videos.
There are some ...
... on the river, with a Lao country-and-western style band playing.
Wat Si Saket, built in 1819 is believed to be Vientiane’s oldest surviving temple. Thousands of Buddha figures line the walls of the temples, all slightly distinctive. The main hall has brilliant paintings on the walls of long past battles, feasts, and festivals. Unfortunately, damp and salts are deteriorating the walls from the ground upwards, so works are being down to repair and ...
... town into a seven hour hell, they are taking the **** just a little bit. The locals reaction to take it on the chin, personally I would rather the packaged bus turn up three hours late than sit watching my life slowly slip away.
Just to top off the bus trip, they play very bad music at incredibly high volumes, I feel like we are in some sort of clockwork orange experiment every time we get on a bus. The final humiliation for your attempt at ...