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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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... us both into a soggy mess - whilst not pleasant to see (or feel!), the whole group suffered similarly and the caves we explored were most certainly worth it!
Carefully returning down the steps to our slow boat, waiting to carry us the final kilometres along the Mekong, we all took the opportunity for the welcome relief of additional water and the cooling river breeze to return us back to some feeling of normality. As we pulled away from Pak ...
... There is a really nice balcony, which I sat out on for a bit when we first got here, but I imagine the bugs are pretty bad and I really can't handle any more mosquito bites! The owner of this place is Indian and he has a restaurant across the street so we had a nice Indian dinner. Across the river is an elephant sanctuary. I'm hoping they will be out in the morning before we have to get on the boat for part two of our journey up the Mekong ...
... at the exchange rate!
And on this note, this is how my first day here in Laos and on the Mekong River finished; with high points! Tomorrow morning, we’ll all be heading further down the river and continue our journey towards Luang Prabang but a stop will be made along the way at an interesting site! You'll just have to wait to find out!
Monique :-) ...
... casting their nets and of endless ranges of mountains.
Once in a while, another “slow longboat” with bright neon colors would cross our path creating waves in the process. Still, nothing could change the fact that I was surrounded with peacefulness and beauty.
As for the river, it was brown in color maybe ...
... Following a failed attempt at soul searching I dished out my river novel, “A River Sutra”, gifted to me by Priyanka Khatri, and attempted to read. While I couldn’t get past the first page, we got through the packed sandwiches pretty quickly. From then on it was an endless loop of river gazing, sleeping, listening to music and chatting with fellow passengers until it was sundown and the boat halted for the night at Pakbeng, one of the bigger ...