Savan Vegas Hotel & Casino
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 3 French, 1 Japanese, 4 Americans, 1 Laotian, 1 Australian (me), and 3 from Camaroon! As expected, the conversation was most interesting and vibrant!
That afternoon the heavens opened, and the rain came down. It was almost as though Savannakhet was hit by a hurricane from the intensity of the rain and the gale force winds. It has now rained most days the past week, which is very uncharacteristic of the dry season. This part of the country does not usually see any rain until ...
... and then loaded back on the bus after a few hours of not knowing what is going on. We set off again.. Now on a journey that should have been 6 hours is going on about 12 hours as I am finally being dropped off in the middle of nowhere and they making a point that this is my destination.. There is no way this is the destination.
I end up needing to hitchhike in a van full of teenage Laotians to get to the right ...
... labour, and removing the back-breaking work of transplanting all together. The difference between fertilized and non-fertilized crops is also obvious.
Vieng has excellent English, so was able to translate the farmer's perceptions for the benefit of Len and I. Usually when I go on field visits I am a little lost as to what has happened and what is happening. This time I gained a much greater understanding of their operations and the impacts that the CLSP project is ...
... heads of the Ag office and therefore a large staff meeting was held this morning. As it was all in Lao I was advised not to come, so spent the day at home.
To celebrate their appointments and to also say farewell to Madaline, a large staff party was held that evening. Madaline is returning to Australia next Friday after spending the last 6 months working in entomology at PAFO.
Now, there isn't any party like a Lao party. For a good few hours before the ...
... 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 ...