Lani Guest House
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLani Guest House Vientiane
a short walk to the riverfront, we found this shady guesthouse to be a very nice, clean place to stay. The hotel staff are extremely helpful.
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... was pretty nerve wracking to start but by the end of the day, I was comfortable. Albeit, only my head space; my butt and hands were protesting. The roads we were on were largely dirt with big rocks. I bounced from one rock to the next. Great way to see the place though. Vientiane, the capital of Laos was next on the agenda. A local bus ride got us there comfortably in time for an afternoon walk around the city. Vientiane, Laos' laid-back capital, mixes ...
... 163;20 for the 3 of us. The Mekong river fish with lots of mint and vegetables was a highlight for all of us. After dinner we walked the night market along the river which was another hotspot for locals. It seemed like a never ending line of tents on both sides of the road which they shut off to form a motorbike parking lot during the market. This was the first evening it hadn't poured with rain so we were lucky to get around the ...
... something these villagers do every single day this time of year.
There are twelve people on the trip...most are teachers and they teach everything from middle and high school English and history and political science to ESL to administrators and elementary school. We are a great group, I think...it's amazing what happens. You start out thinking that there's no one that will be a good friend and then you share all sorts of ...
Molly and I said goodbye to Juliet at Hanoi airport and set off on the next leg of our trip, landing an hour later in Vientiane, the capital of Laos. A taxi took us to our hostel where we met a Korean guy who was just heading out of our room. We'd had to change our flight to Phonsavan as the airline no longer ran flights on a Friday so we only had an afternoon to explore the city. We hopped on a tuk tuk to That Luang, ...
... complicated system of lining up and completing a pile of paper work and paying a $42 visa fee (no one knows why Canadians pay the most of any nation in the world - in U.S. dollars to boot!). Finally, a 20 minute ride in a mini-bus haggled for by a young Brazilian who had been an exchange student in Nanaimo, BC of all places, and we were in languid Vientiane, the capital of Cambodia.
Vientiane is on the sleepy side and I think it likes it that ...