After a few minutes of driving in the center of Paksong, we continued our journey to Tad Fane Resort. It was very windy going down the hill and my aunt’s hat flew away.
My cousin Ko got out of the car and ran back to pick up the hat. He then ran into the bushes and came out a few minutes later. We were talking about him and thought he had to go use the bathroom. It was not the case. Ko went to ask one coffee grower for a branch of coffee beans for me. I was so fascinated with seeing people drying out the beans on their lawns and was taking pictures like there is no tomorrow. Ko wanted me to see the real Lao coffee beans up close.
With the hat back for my aunt we drove off and it was not long before we found a sign, pointing the direction to Tad Fane Resort. A new road is under construction on the route to the resort. This is a great improvement for the locals as well as for the tourists.
Tad Fane Resort is worth a trip for just one day to visit the waterfalls or to spend a few days relaxing at the resort.