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  • January 19, 2019, Paksong, Laos At breakfast of weird sandwiches and overpriced coffee in a bamboo mug... I told the story about las Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 1, 2019
  • January 18, 2019 Captain Hook's homestay I had a great breakfast of coffee, omelette and heart shaped rice. I was a little disappointed they randomly put noodles in my omelette though. We took off on our motorcycles, but for whatever reason, E Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 1, 2019
  • South East Asia: hello paradise!The first thing we did in Vietnam, was searching for baguette. The French introduced it to Vietnam when it was part of the French Indochina, and we couldn't think of anything else when we crossed the border. Finally bread again! Posted by LinetteV in Our Journey By Bike | Feb 23, 2019
  • Luang Prabang Monks leaving a wat. This was our second trip to Laos. Previously we have crossed into Vientienne from Nong Khai in Thailand but just for a day trip. Th Posted by irenevt in Irene's Old Travel Pages - Asia. | Jan 28, 2019
  • Vang Vieng #02[http://images.travbuddy.com/1983197_13944709195722.jpg]Two days after the incredible fun that we had at the Blue Lagoon and Tham Phu Kham cave, we discovered on our guide book the presence of other important spots to visit, one of those is called Tham Na Posted by iMush in Laos | Jun 16, 2013
  • Luang Prabang[http://images.travbuddy.com/1983197_13947368475228.jpg]Day by day that our experience in Vang Vieng [Vang-Vieng-travel-guide-1308486] was going to finish, we had to say our goodbyes to Hasina and Michael, the canadian girl was going to Thailand to have s Posted by iMush in Laos | Jun 18, 2013
  • Pak Ou caves & Kuang Si falls[http://images.travbuddy.com/1983197_13950595807174.jpg]We needed to find a petrol station because the rental, as the contract that we signed says, begins without fuel in the scooters. Not bad, we've asked at the woman in the hostel and she told us that i Posted by iMush in Laos | Jun 20, 2013
  • Vientiane[http://images2.travbuddy.com/1983197_13942019421257.jpg]I started my personal travel in Laos from its capital Vientiane [Vientiane-travel-guide-1040503]. I reached the spot by taking a night train from Bangkok to Nong Khai, the last city before the bord Posted by iMush in Laos | Jun 9, 2013
  • Vang Vieng #01[http://images.travbuddy.com/1983197_13943104265392.jpg]06/13/2013 - After more or less five hours by bus from Vientiane [Vientiane-travel-guide-1040503], we've arrived in Vang Vieng [Vang-Vieng-travel-guide-1308486]. The bus stopped at the old airstrip ( Posted by iMush in Laos | Jun 14, 2013
  • Slow boat to ThailandWe enjoyed the slow boat to Thailand. The second day of the journey was much better and more than made up for the first day - we did not want it to end!! Travelling by boat in Laos - at least central/north Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Dec 1, 2018
  • Nong Khiaw with NicNong Khiaw is a little town on the bank of the River Ou in Laos, about 3-4 hours north-east of Luang Prabang by bus (on a pretty bad road). It is squeezed in between beautiful limestone mountains and it is Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Nov 28, 2018
  • Luang PrabangLuang Prabang is the former capital of Laos and was made a UNESCO World Heritage city in 1995. It is a very pretty and charming town in the middle of Laos, a magnet for tourists and with a really nice Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Nov 24, 2018
  • Laos: Sapa to Luang Prabang, by busFinally in Luang Prabang! It took us 36 hours to get here from Sapa, so we are looking forward to some comfort and good meals. The bus from Sapa to Dien Bien Phu turned out to be a local minivan, meaning Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Nov 19, 2018
  • Day 26: Pak Beng (Laos) → Chiang Khong (Thailand)This morning we re-boarded our boat and continued our leisurely (8-10 hour) cruise north along the river before arriving at Houey Xay, a Laotian border town on the northern Laos/Thai frontier. Opposite Houey Xay across the Mekong river lies Chiang Posted by 2018-19Nicola22 in South East Asia: 7 Week Adventure! | Nov 6, 2018
  • Day 25: Luang Prabang → Pak BengUp at 04:30 alarm to watch the 'giving of alms' to the monks. It is traditional in Laotian culture to give daily alms to monks. It is meant to be a quiet, meditative ceremony through which monks demonstrate their vows Posted by 2018-19Nicola22 in South East Asia: 7 Week Adventure! | Nov 6, 2018
  • Day 24: Luang PrabangThis morning we went on a walk to Kuang Si waterfall. Even more peeved off at the Laotian guide- he wanted to charge $25 for this trip! When we mutinied and said we'd look elsewhere he reduced it to $15 Posted by 2018-19Nicola22 in South East Asia: 7 Week Adventure! | Nov 4, 2018
  • Day 23: Vang Vieng → Luang PrabangWe spent the entire day travelling on the bus. We left at 9am and arrived around 6pm to the ancient town of Luang Prabang. Another designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was not a very comfortable journey, the roads are terrible Posted by 2018-19Nicola22 in South East Asia: 7 Week Adventure! | Nov 4, 2018
  • Day 22: Vang Vieng Vang Vieng is a small town north of Vientiane, on the Nam Song River in Laos. It's surrounded by striking limestone mountains and caves. Today I was boring and just chilled at the hotel whilst the others went ziplining and Posted by 2018-19Nicola22 in South East Asia: 7 Week Adventure! | Nov 3, 2018
  • Day 21: Vientiane → Vang ViengWe had a fantastic hostel with a balcony view! This morning was a crap Vientiane tour. Thought it was a waste of $15 as the guide hardly gave any information, just dropped us from point to point. Unfortunately he has to Posted by 2018-19Nicola22 in South East Asia: 7 Week Adventure! | Nov 2, 2018
  • Day 20: Hanoi (Vietnam) → Vientiane (Laos)Our last day in Vietnam! I wish we had captured some of the crazy sights of people on mopeds, like the time a guy balanced a huge Labrador on the little platform of his bike. The dog's legs were drawn inwards Posted by 2018-19Nicola22 in South East Asia: 7 Week Adventure! | Nov 1, 2018
  • LaosLaos was a nice adventure! Meeting many new and familiar faces along the way, the locals are lovely, and the landscape is breathtaking. I wish I had more time there but I only got the 15-day-free-enty-ticket. (So I had to Posted by Perch in The Perch can't get enough | Oct 25, 2018
  • Indochina adventuresDuring my last trip to Savannakhet from Mukdahan on the Songkran Festival 2010, I was determined to be back again for a further travel to Hue city, the former Vietnamese royal city in central Vietnam. Most travellers would arrived in Posted by kidd27 in Ubon Ratchathani | Aug 17, 2018
  • Don Khon, 4000 Islands, Mekong 3 - 6 April 2009We took the overnight sleeper bus 700 kms down to Pakse, which is the main town in Southern Laos. The guidebook used words like "cumfy" and "slumber party" to describe the trip ... However, it turned out to be the Posted by Lindseyalan73 in AandL's World travels | Apr 6, 2009
  • Pakse, 7 April 2009You can get overland from the 4000 Islands area in Laos to Siem Reap in Cambodia. You can leave at 08h00 and go by minibus to the Cambodian border and then transfer to some other Cambodian transport. People heading for Posted by Lindseyalan73 in AandL's World travels | Apr 7, 2009
  • Luang Prabang, 26 - 30 March 2009We flew from Bangkok to Luang Prabang in Laos on Bangkok Airways - "Asia's boutique airline" (!) - in a propellor job. It was Lindsey's birthday and ... they served wine with the meal and were generous with refills !!! Posted by Lindseyalan73 in AandL's World travels | Mar 26, 2009
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