Sabaidy 2 Guesthouse

Address: Road 24, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Road 24, Pakse, is near Phou Asa Mountain.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSabaidy 2 Guesthouse Pakse

Reviewed by wadirunner

Sabaidy 2 Guesthouse (Pakse, Laos)

Reviewed Jan 4, 2013
by (6 reviews) Dublin , Ireland Flag of Ireland

Stayed here for 3 nights from 2 Jan - 4 Jan 2013. Basic single fan room costing 6US dollars. Can't complain too much. Except.... staff were borderline friendly, bfast was so so and only 4 toilets/shower cubicles (no hot water) for about 20 rooms. Good tours organized from here. An ok stay. Decent value I suppose.

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Last bits of Laos with a homestay

A travel blog entry by amzah on Apr 24, 2014

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... resort on the island and after a visit to mr. Wiang's house later in the morning I could make up from the words 'Pang Laai' that the resort is realllly expensive! I guess it's nice since local people can work at the resort. Mr. Wiang helped me with getting back to the mainland since he is a ferry owner himself. Fortunately, behind his house there is a much easier bank where I could load my scooter onto the ferry. Rest of the morning and afternoon was just chillin', little bit ...

Pakse and Si Phan Don

A travel blog entry by dan51284 on Mar 04, 2014

... Katu Hill Tribe. I gave my pen to a young girl who was so overwhelmed it melted me. A two hour bus and a boat ride later I was on Don Det at Si Phan Don, commonly known as the 4000 islands. I bumped into my friend Bill who I had now seen in Thailand, Vietnam and Laos. He informed me of Mr B's bungalows where I quickly dumped my backpack and headed back to ...

Homestays, hassles and hammocks

A travel blog entry by sarzmc on Feb 15, 2014

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... know. We got up around 6.30am and packed up, then went and sat in the outdoor kitchen with our phrasebook, trying to communicate and ask how we could get a boat to the waterfall. The cook indicated there was no boat, so we asked if he could call the man with the boat and he either misunderstood or said no. One of the others emerged with a backpack and said he was going to Paksan. We asked if he was going by boat but he said no, so we thought if he was driving somehow we could go back ...

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A travel blog entry by serendipity_ on Jan 26, 2014

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... that we would not be doing the big loop, but will be taking it easy on the small loop. Big loop is about 350 km in total and the roads get a bit extreme in places. And because of 'my sickness and staying over at Mr. Vieng’s we already spent too much time without moving on. At least we can take it easy, so all good.

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Slowing Right Down

A travel blog entry by ralfthebear on Jan 06, 2014

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... energy we head into the night and our 2nd favourite Korean BBQ in Laos.

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