Savan Vegas Hotel & Casino
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the preparation started. Tables and chairs set up in the PAFO courtyard and the food was brought out. Pigs heads were hacked into bite size morsels, congealed duck blood cubes were added to soups, and herbs and spices stuffed down every barbequed fish mouth.
As the token falang (foreigner), we were seated at the 'important persons table’ with the heads of the different agricultural departments. These older Government men love to drink potent Lao whisky.
I arrived in Vientiane at 5pm. I was quickly snatched-up by a tuk-tuk driver, who then managed to cram another 10 luggage-laden passengers into his automobile. An hour later I was dropped off at my accommodation, Villa Sisavad. It was a quieter area of town, about a half hour walk to the Mekong River and the tourist epicenter.
I had a delicious bowl of noodle soup at a local hole-in-the-wall, but it must have contained an ingredient I was slightly allergic too, as ...
... Then on to the buses, incredibly frustrating, mostly over filled with people and goods. Now we are patient travellers when it comes to buses in SE Asia, but you really need all your patience when attempting to travel in Laos. The roads can be bad, thats a given and not really much of an issue, when your moving even if its slowly it feels at least like your getting somewhere. The main problem for me is the busses are used for transporting goods, now that ...
... Both have been living in Pakse for 19 months. Garry a Canadian working in Lao-English translation, Lyell, Lee and Madaline.
The mini van ride from Pakse to Sii Phan Don (4000 Islands) is about 3 hours. We subsequently loaded our luggage onto a low lying long boat and headed down the Mekong to the Island that we would be residing- Don Khon.
The island is as beautiful as one could imagine. Palm trees and silt bungalows lining the banks. Traditional ...
... other. The roads are rough here, so we averaged only 10 km/hr. They are dirt, full of pot-holes, and often have a nonchalant goat standing in the road centre daydreaming.
After a cold morning of watching the seeder moving back and forwards across the fields, we drove to the next farm for lunch. It was a long slow drive, through forests and villages. Walking across the rice fields, we climbed into the farmers ‘house’ (wooden platform on tall legs, covered by a straw ...