Khammanivong Guesthouse

Address: Ban Nonbuavieng, Luang Namtha, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ban Nonbuavieng, Luang Namtha, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Luang Namtha

Trekking into the National Park

A travel blog entry by hans.francis on Jan 27, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... in aspirins from China for the local hill tribe people but they used this together with the opium what is addictive and make people depending on their neighbour country. It is for me amazing how much influence China has already here. For that reason you see on the track a lot of papers and plastic with Chinese language in stead of Laotians on the ground. The trekking starts directly with big climbs and steep down hill paths which stays ...

First Travel Day in Laos

A travel blog entry by hans.francis on Jan 26, 2015

4 photos

... with mint and cucumber with some lime which was very nice. We tried as well Jeow peanut what is cucumber which you can dip in a spicy peanut sauce and stuffed green sweet peppers which were quite hot so we took sticky rice with mango as a desert. Next to us were a group of Lao men and they were very very loud when we later look under the table how much Lao Beer they drunk it explained everything. Here you also see that even they are drunk they still drive their car or their motor. ...

Clapping at Buffalo

A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Nov 25, 2014

... 5 liter water bottle full of Lao-Lao - the local whiskey appeared. Shots are passed around - the glasses of course made of bamboo. I'm required to take the first shot because I stepped in a stream earlier - and that is the penalty. The moonshine proceeds to be passed around and around at a rapid rate. I don't think Laos people would understand the drinking games North Americans play - they wouldn't see the point. The way they drink is just ...

Money changers....phffar

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Nov 01, 2014

7 photos

... Nam Tha was beautiful. We passed by hill after hill of dense, unspoiled rainforest. It was absolutely stunning.

We did not manage to chance money at the border yesterday nor were we able to in Huay Xai. I spent the morning working my ay through my remaining emergency food. It is interesting what happens when we pass into a new country without any currency. Back in Ashgabat, I spent over three days without any local currency. ...

One Very Special Village

A travel blog entry by happy-go-lucky on May 28, 2014

52 photos

We wake up at 7 AM ready to hike to a local tribe village. They live on the top of the mountain and it takes around 4 hours of hiking to get there. We leave our car in the hotel and head to the market to buy veggies and some cooked dishes for a picnic on the way to the village. We plan to overnight on the top of the mountain and cook our dinner in the village.

It is hard to hike up ...