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Review: A Short Quarantine at Livotel Hotel Kaset Nawamin, Bangkok

Review: A Short Quarantine at Livotel Hotel Kaset Nawamin, Bangkok

Can you believe that it’s been almost three months since I published the last post about my Indochina trip, talking about the first-class train from Nong Khai to Bangkok?

If I gotta be honest with you, I have had some seasonal depression lately. I’ve been feeling unmotivated to do anything in life, and I was swamped up to adjust my workloads since my business at Savviesticated started growing earlier this year.

I have to admit that I was quite struggling to plan out content for my blog the past couple of months, but here I am! 😀

Since it’s been over a year since I finished my Indochina trip, I’ll try to catch up so that I can complete the posts ASAP. It’s still a long way to go. Hopefully, it will be relevant soon once the borders are reopening as they start to distribute vaccines all over the place!

So in this post, I will talk about my experience of staying at Livotel Hotel Kaset Nawamin, Bangkok. I stayed at the hotel for around a week after spending my self-quarantine at Sengphachanh Hotel 2 in Vientiane.

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Self-Quarantine in Vientiane, Laos: (Review) Sengphachanh Hotel 2

I have to admit, I haven’t been very productive in the past few weeks. I’ve got some things going on, and I also got some new clients for my business that I focused more on other things than this blog.

But then I realized that it’s already the middle of December, and I’m still yet to finish my piece on my last Indochina trip. Now that you know how I got sick in Vientiane, it’s time for me to write a review about the hotel where I spent my self-quarantine in Laos’s capital city.

When I was in Pakse, I booked Sengphachanh Hotel 2 in Vientiane as I realized that the hotel offers the lowest rate compared to other hotels with the same facilities in the capital city. Well, just my luck since I got forced to extend my stay longer than I expected due to my sickness earlier this year.

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How to Have a Sustainable Holiday

Travel brings all kinds of benefits to all kinds of people. Travelers get to enjoy new experiences. Locals get a valuable income.

In fact, the income from travel can be vital to protecting some of the Earth’s most amazing places. That said, it’s important to keep the environment in mind at all times. So, here are some tips on how to have a sustainable holiday.

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Freycinet Has the Best Hotels and Wide Range of Accommodation Options

If you’re looking for a town where time stands still, there is but one place that has been known to do that – Freycinet. This Peninsula situated in Tasmania occupies an entire island on its won and has the most magnificent array of luxurious and otherwise experiences to offer its visitors.

Nowhere else will you find something so unique that you would want to call it home within the first few days of living here.

Its residents haven’t left for decades and more come every year not just to see what its like but to live and engulf everything about it from its sun, sea, sands and bays, to its delicate cuisines that include fine and fresh seafood dining, some of the wines and luxury lodgings to keep you comfortable throughout.

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Review: Dream Resort Farm in Pakse, Champasak (South Laos)

Hi everyone!

So, my progress to finish up the articles for my last Indochina trip takes longer than I expected. For some reason, I feel I get distracted way too quickly lately, and God forbids the procrastinating trait in me developed quite vastly these days.

Anyway, after I published my post on how to get to Laos from Cambodia by bus the other day, I’ve finally managed to spare some time to write this piece.

And this time, I’m going to share my experience staying at Dream Resort Farm, the accommodation where I stayed a few days in Pakse, the capital city of the southern Laotian province of Champasak.

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