- Laos, Nong Khiew und Muang NgoiOudomxai hat mich dann doch noch ein wenig traumatisiert. Ich weiß nicht, ob es an der senilen Bettflucht oder aber an der puren Vorfreude lag, den Ort endlich zu verlassen... jedenfalls stand ich am 24.2. bereits um 4.00 Uhr morgens Posted by daria-unterwegs in Auf nach Asien | Mar 6, 2014
- LAOS/THAILANDNot had a chance until now to finish this blog. The last week of our trip was very busy with lots of travelling. Even though 2 of those days were on the boat travelling down the Mekong, it's amazing how Posted by Chrissyade in TWOGOTRAVELLING | Mar 4, 2014
- Laos, Houay Xai bis OudomxaiDa ich mittlerweile schon über eine Woche in Laos bin, wird es wieder mal allerhöchste Zeit für einen neuen Blogeintrag! Vorab sei gesagt: Laos ist wunderschön, nur dünn besiedelt, ursprünglich bzw. ländlich, schon sehr arm - jedoch außerordentlich kinder Posted by daria-unterwegs in Auf nach Asien | Feb 26, 2014
- Four Thosuand Islands (Si Phan Don)
We began our long, long journey to the south of Laos with a pick up journey to Tha Khaek. We woke up after 7 and just before 8 a pick up was hooting outside of our accommodation to pick people Posted by mattandsusanne in Matt and Susanne's Travels | Feb 16, 2014
- Kong Lo Cave
In Luang Prabang we met a lady staying at our guest house who raved about Kong Lo cave in central Laos saying it was one of the best things she’d seen, so we were quite excited. The journey down was Posted by mattandsusanne in Matt and Susanne's Travels | Feb 11, 2014
- Luang Prabang and Vang Vieng
31st to 2nd February:
Our journey to Luang Prabang was again through beautifully stunning scenery, even though we were crammed into a tiny minivan. When we arrived into the city we started the hunt for accommodation which turned out to be Posted by mattandsusanne in Matt and Susanne's Travels | Feb 10, 2014
- Laos Part IV - Slow boat on the Mekong from Laos to ThailandOur long promised report on our two day boat trip from Luang Prabang to Huay Xai (Lao) for border crossing into Thailand. It was unique and perfect to observe Lao life/people.
The first day we had a quick stop visiting Posted by carmomo in New Zealand and South East Asia | Feb 5, 2014
- Nong Khiaw
After the trek in Luang Nam Tha, we decided we needed a bit of relaxing time. A couple we met in Huay Xai on the border told us about a lovely village called Nong Khiaw on the Nam Ou river Posted by mattandsusanne in Matt and Susanne's Travels | Feb 2, 2014
- Luang Nam Tha
We started our journey on the back of a pick-up truck with two Dutch ladies to the bus station out of town where we had booked a so-called VIP bus to Luang Nam Tha. It was a bus like no Posted by mattandsusanne in Matt and Susanne's Travels | Jan 31, 2014
- Sightseeing and hammock swinging in LaosAfter the cultural gem that was Luang Prabang we found ourselves in the backpacker Mecca of Vang Vieng; Laos’s infamous party town. This place is legendary on the travellers’ trail for its unusual bar crawl. The twist? You don’t crawl, Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Jan 29, 2014
- Stop. Hammock time.===After all the Christmas and New Year festivities, as well as full days touring temples, we both felt we were in need of a holiday. This may sound strange as many of you will regard this whole trip as one Posted by stuartfinch in Somewhere Over The Urals. | Jan 28, 2014
- Laos Part III - Luang PrabangWhat was meant to be a 3 night, 2 day visit became a 4 night, 3 day visit in Luang Prabang! No stress ... it's probably been my favourite city up until this point :).
The first day, we floated Posted by carmomo in New Zealand and South East Asia | Jan 22, 2014
- Laos Part II - Vientiane to Luang Prabang over Vang ViengBack for part II in our Laos trip. After having visited the current capital, we're heading to Luang Prabang, the original capital. We will stop for the night in Vang Vieng, midway between the 2 cities. The distance is not Posted by carmomo in New Zealand and South East Asia | Jan 20, 2014
- Laos part I - VientianeSorry for disappearing so long! We have been really busy i.e. our 'arranged' travel is over and now spending evenings figuring out what we will be doing the next day, booking hotels etc. :).
Although it's slightly more 'work' :), happy Posted by carmomo in New Zealand and South East Asia | Jan 19, 2014
- A bakery tour of LaosOur time in the homestay over, we headed to Pakse, a town surrounded on three sides by two rivers. And here began the abiding theme of Laos: bakeries. Settling down for a cofee and a French patisserie in Pakse when Posted by GoonishPython in The Great South East Asia Adventure | Jan 13, 2014
- Medical assistance in Laos ... euh?!Quick update from Lao!
I know, we are totally running behind schedule on updating you along our way ... but thought I'd share this with you real quick ... Just so we all realize how lucky we all are!
Mohamed Posted by carmomo in New Zealand and South East Asia | Jan 9, 2014
- Laos - Was wir unternommen habenIn Lung Nam Ta hat Erik noch eine Wanderung in dem Nationalpark unternommen. Den Tag vor der Wanderung war es noch warm, aber in der Nacht fing es an zu regnen. Der ganze Weg war schlammig und viele von Eriks Posted by Eribel in Asia | Dec 30, 2013
- Laos - Vad vi gjordeI Lung Nam Tha vandrade Erik in Nationalparken. Natten innan vandringen började de att regna. Stigarna var leriga och nagra i hans grupp var efterat helt täckta i lera.
Regenvädret slutate inte förän den 18onde December.
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- 2015 PADMA - MEKONG, LUANG PRABANGUNDER CONSTRUCTION
2015 PADMA - MEKONG, LUANG PRABANG
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Covering 10277 km / 6386 miles
1 : Mandalay, Mandalay Region, Myanmar (Burma)
2 : Bangkok, Thailand
3 : Luang Prabang, Louangphabang, Laos
4 : Brunei
5 : Melbourne, Vi Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | Dec 28, 2013
- Mekong Adventures Part 1Having first encountered the Mekong in Phnom Penh, our adventure continued following the river North. Stopping at Kompong Cham, previously an important French trading post, we encountered our first taste of Christmas and our first proper coffee in Cambodi Posted by GoonishPython in The Great South East Asia Adventure | Dec 27, 2013
- LaosBevor wir hierher kamen, gingen wir davon aus, dass es einige Unterschiede zwischen Thailand und Laos gäben würde, der Standard leicht abgesenkt und dass es weniger Touristen geben würd. Aber wir haben festgestellt, in der Eile, in der wir die Posted by Eribel in Asia | Dec 26, 2013
- LaosInnan vi kom hit antog vi att det skulle vara en viss skillnad mellan Thailand och Laos, att standarden skulle sänkas något och att det skulle vara färre turister. Men såfort vi korsade gränsen märkte vi att skillnaden var mycket Posted by Eribel in Asia | Dec 25, 2013
- Northern Laos[[http://www.travellerspoint.com/photos/gallery/users/Liamps/countries/Laos/|Laos photos]]
While Laos’ most populated provinces are located in the South and the national capital is situated in the Central region, the North is the country’s true heartla Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo trip | Dec 18, 2013
- My babies in Vang Vieng![float=left][/float]Initially we were only going to stay in Vang Vieng for two nights but after arriving, se Posted by Octobrianna in Can We Cope Man? | Dec 16, 2013
- Sabidee Laos!During our time in Chiang Mai we had to come up with a plan as to where we were going to go next. As the trains were all down in the north and we didn't want to fly it Posted by Octobrianna in Can We Cope Man? | Dec 15, 2013