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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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How Can I Still Travel During the Covid Crisis?

With long term travel restrictions in place, many countries still have their borders closed until the spread slows. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t dream of spending time in Ecuador’s best hotels, taking in the historic majesty of Europe, or relaxing on the beaches in Bali

If you can’t wait to travel, here is some of the best advice on how to safely travel during the Coronavirus pandemic. 

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Review Bus from Cambodia to Laos: How to Travel from Siem Reap to Pakse With Asia Van Transfer

I always love road trips!

And ever since I started planning my Indochina trip, I knew that I wanted to use either bus or train to get me from one place to another.

That, until I googled about the bus from Siem Reap to Vientiane that I found out the number of border services from Cambodia to Laos isn’t as many options like those from Cambodia to Vietnam.

After researching the options that I could take from Siem Reap to somewhere in Laos, I decided to make a stopover in Pakse. Honestly, when I decided to do that, it was actually my first time hearing about Pakse, so I barely knew anything about where to go or what to visit there.

However, I figured stopping by Pakse is an excellent way to go if I want to go across the border from Cambodia to Laos by land. I could stay for a night or two, and then continue my trip to Vientiane later. So I did.

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Pertinent Accessibility Advice For Travelers

Travel is something that everyone should get to experience, but unfortunately, the world does not always conform to our whims and desires. This means that while it is essential for travel to be accessible to everyone, we must ensure that these measures are provided, as nature rarely does.

For this reason, those who have additional accessibility requirements must make special concessions and perhaps travel to areas that have been curated for them. That doesn’t mean they should lose heart.

More travel experiences are becoming opened up to the point where you can see a good portion of the world and its associated wonders without feeling like you’re biting off more than you can chew. 

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Child Safety on Vacation – Around the Pool

When everything goes to plan, you can’t beat a little bit of family vacation time.

The build-up, the excitement, the new things to see and do … and it’s often the strangest of things that get talked about for years to come, like Dad coming out of the sea with a crab pincered to his shorts. 

Of course, things can – and do – go wrong.

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