Dream Weavers
Dream Weavers
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chantal_dunbar
Surfers Paradise, Australia667 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Solo
I visited the small store today and was really disappointed. There was hardly anything for sale and the information about projects was nowhere to be seen. The woman there spoke no English, so I couldn’t even ask questions.

Dream Weavers is not even written on the storefront signage and no one in the area knew of it. The only reason I finally realised I was in the shop I had been looking for, was a brochure I found stuffed in the corner.

Disappointing.
Written 9 April 2018
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Alicat168
Melbourne, Australia2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2016 • Solo
I bought three things from this shop - a belt, a bag and a top. The prices were reasonable and the quality was far superior to in other stores in Pakse. When I travelled around Laos in the weeks after, so many people - Lao and falang - admired the bag.
Written 18 January 2017
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WalkingPoint
Kumamoto, Japan405 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2016 • Couples
A small shop with a limited but broad spectrum of goods. Slightly over priced but, by all accounts - for a worthy cause.
As a stand alone shop - of very limited interest. For the purchase / feel good factor, perhaps worth the walk.
Written 5 July 2016
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The Altruistic Traveller
Sydney, Australia68 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016
Stop in and buy souvenirs that go towards helping women out of trafficking. You can purchase lovely handmade products such as bags, ornaments, purses, scarves and jewellery.
Written 15 March 2016
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yaatree11
Pakse37 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2014 • Solo
They have a good selection of scarves, purses, lamps, lampshades... Everything has price tags and the prices are fair.
If you buy here you can be sure that your money benefits Lao people and local artisans.
Written 19 March 2014
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InVinoVeritas68
Burnaby, Canada13 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I stumbled upon this little shop as I was wandering aimlessly around Pakse. It is located directly beside Monument Books, on the other side of a street. The shop is non-profit, supporting women to leave the sex trade, and they sell some truly beautiful scarves, as well as bags, wallets and wood carvings. There are a couple looms set up in the shop, and sometimes you can see women weaving textiles. It is such a good cause, and the woman working there was so sweet, it is well worth checking out.
Written 19 December 2013
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