Restaurants along the Mekong in Pakse
Breakfast at Imoun Homestay
Sleepy Ban Muang where coasters and buses stop for passengers heading to Champasak Town
The wharf (above and below) at Ban Muang. Across the Mekong is Ban Phapien (Phapin Village).
A catamaran carrying passengers across the Mekong (from Ban Muang to Ban Phapien in Champasak Town)
The wharf at Ban Phapien
Fruit store in Ban Phapien
One-road town. Ban Phapien and heading south.
Some one is getting married?
Wat Ban Phoxay
A marker says I was in Ban Muongsen
Wat Ban Muangsen
Typical Lao wooden houses in Champasak Town
Champasak Library is supposedly undergoing renovations as funded by Italy's Laria Foundation, USA's Global Heritage Fund and the Champasak District. It looked pretty abandoned to me.
A nice Lao girl selling bananas. The bananas were very fragrant but when you bite into them, they were tangy and sticky in the mouth, like they were far from being ripe.
Wat Ban Muangsen (above and below)
Champasak Town Hall is sprawling.
A "fountain" at the roundabout in the center of Ban Wat Thong's main street. Curiously, this didn't have a spout that blows water. It has a stair and the 4 petal-like structures had chipping off paint.
Champasak Guest House and the backyard view facing the Mekong