Villa for rent in Ban Saunmone, Vientiane City.
3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living room, kitchen and 7 car park on a 800 sqm plot. Suitable for house or office. 2500 USD/month Villa Ref.HR-ID-001
House Ref.HR-ID-003. House for rent in Ban Phonethan, Vientiane. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchen and car park on a 600 sqm plot. 700 USD/month.
5 units house for rent in Bang Spanthong Nue,
Sisattanak, Vientiane City.
House with 5 apartments units.
Shared living room and kitchen, 5 bedrooms with bathroom.
Car park for 3 cars.
House Ref.HR-ID-005. House for rent in Ban Bienkayong, Sisattanak District, Vientiane City. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchen and 1 car park on a 450 sqm plot. Rent 450 USD/month.
House Ref.HS-ID-005. House for sale in Baun Saun Mone, Sisattanak, Vientiane. 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, living room, kitchen and 1 car park on a 500 sqm plot.
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I am curious why so many parents of VIS students are looking for tutors elsewhere, particularly in Math. Is there a reason for this?
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I am glad that the poster who posted on Sept 23rd admits that he/she does not teach English at VIS. A whole report without any paragraphing certainly does not entail confidence.
The fact is that, yes, VIS is expensive and does not offer value for money. Also, Vientiane is a small town and the shenanigans of some of the VIS staff are noted and observed by both other expats and Lao nationals. This is disappointing. The comment "VIS employs several dozen staff members, all qualified and with teaching experience in other schools and countries, and cannot be held responsible for the behavior of individual staff members outside of school hours." is, I am sorry to say, absurd. Of course the school is responsible for the actions of its teachers.
From an educational point of view, the PYP in particular, but also the MYP have lost ground worldwide; the IB is certainly a highly regarded qualification. However be aware that it is aimed more at students who need a generalist education and are perhaps not sure of their future career paths. It is unfortunate that the previous poster does not address these concerns.
replied to the thread Tet in Laos
on the Laos forum:
Is Laos as chaotic as VN has become in the last few years?, I'm looking for somewhere close-by next year, without all the Tet fanaticism.
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Attapeu is a very quiet spot. Was there last year for a few days visiting friends there.
There is a reasonable Vietnamese population there but I cannot see it getting as hectic as Vietnam does.
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Thanks, sounds like my sort of place, I live near Quang Ngai, the place gets twice as chaotic as usual, ( never ' as normal ', after all this is VN ), I think the road toll has had a good increase, the little man with the white marker has been very busy lately, ( he even circles the pool of blood beside the body silhouette outline on the road ).