- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... time there, which is incredibly disappointing. Still, we head out for a beer and some food and find a great cheap Indian restaurant nearby, so it’s not all bad!
It’s another early start as we check-out and await another minivan to pick us up. This time we’re heading further south, right down to the border with Cambodia, to Si Phan Don – or the 4000 Islands. It’s a busy, full van as we exit Pakse and head as far south as we can go in ...
... for 9 years. Leaving it the most bombed country on earth, per capita). Having braved the ten huge bee colonies guarding the entrance to the cave then a creepy six inch long giant ant half way in I was rewarded by discovering glass medicine ampules and other things left behind when the hospital moved on. At our final cave we found we could swim up an underground river and across a lake to a shingle beach lit by sunlight. We were tempted to camp out in the cave but memories ...
... himself, a friendly Dutch man who had been living in Laos for the last 8 years. He prides himself on selling 100% unblended Arabica coffee, which he buys from local farmers and then roasts himself. He offers day long work shops but we decided to stick with just a hours tour. We asked where our drinks had come from and he pointed down the road, second right.
We chatted for a number of hours, got his life story and everything from the marriage process to the ...
... I showed them pictures of my family, of the elephants and some videos. Those elephant videos where really fun for little Pancake. I also had some Big Brother Mouse books from Luang Prabang with me so Pancake was also quite happy. Sweet girl, we liked to tease each other and she played some games on my iPad. Actually, with the little Lao that I knew and some gestures I could still explain stuff about elephants and my family who as you know are Indonesian. They saw from my ...
... visitor, although has very little in the way of tourist infrastructure'. Other facts that were decisive in our decision not to go were that it would have added another 150km to the loop with some off-road sections which still have undiscovered UXO devices (being one of the most heavily bombed countries on the planet, a hangover from the Vietnam War, with three times as many bombs being dropped on Laos in that time, than Europe during the whole of WWII) - that being said it could be ...