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TravelPod Member ReviewsMonsovanh Guesthouse Pakbeng
Nous y avons séjourné pendant une nuit lors de notre traversée du Mékong. Hôtel bien tenu, douche chaude, lit convenable et le tout bien situé (en face du petit café pour le petit dej, près du resto indien que nous vous recommandons et à quelques minutes à pied du quai d'embarquement. Prix raisonnable!
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... weave beautiful scarves out of silk and silk and cotton right there in the village on looms in front of their homes. So of course I had to buy one of each. The kids were adorable there, they were very interested in our kids the same way ours were interested in them. After that my boys just spend the rest of the time trying to pet the baby pigs, chicks, goats, ducks or whatever other animals that are running around the village. Pak Ou Caves was our ...
... tops. Back at the guesthouse, we made use of the first proper hot shower we've had since arriving in Asia. Since we've come back from dinner, our room is now infested with bugs. Bugs on the floor, in our bed, on our bags, on the walls just everywhere it's so disgusting. Jacks whipped out the bamboo gun to try and kill the bugs with wet loo roll. We actually HAVE to get up early tomorrow as breakfast is at 7am, and the boat leaves at 8am. Wish us luck with that! ...
... got to Luang. The scenery this time was even more stunning and definitely the better of the 2 days. We stopped along the route occasionally picking up locals, who would go to the back of the boat and chill until they needed to get off again. At one point we stopped and there was a family and kids all laughing and playing by the riverside, nice chance to get up close and personal with them.
A group of the boat who were sitting at the ...
... 1500 Although the scenery is magnificent, the trip is starting to have that "Groundhog Day" feel to it. It's the same scene repeating itself over, and that's all fine, but it's happening in 95'F heat and everyone on the boat is hating life right now. The novelty of this old rickety vessel, sure wore off quick and we still have another 4 hrs to go. We only brought 2 water bottles with us and I was having to weigh up the options of whether to save the water ...
Today we woke up nice and early to catch the bus to the Laos border. From here we had to get our visas and exchange money at the border. We then hopped on another bus to cross the Mekong river to get to Laos from Thailand. We then caught our final bus to the river where we boarded our private slow boat where we would spend the next two days cruising down the Mekong River to get to our final destination of Luang Prabang. Here we met our Laos tour guide by the name ...