Santisouk Guesthouse

Pakbeng, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pakbeng

Pak Beng to Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on Aug 01, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... four hundred years! Inside the cave system (two caves, upper and lower) are hundreds of Buddha icons placed by people over the many, many years. Even today, the cave is used for travellers along the mighty Mekong as a place of worship. We elected to visit both cave systems, anticipating that the 200 steps to the upper, deeper caves would not pose a large challenge. Whilst the steps were gradual and comfortable to traverse, the humid air ...

Row, Row, Row Your Boat

A travel blog entry by meghan.dobson on Jul 12, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... by himself, no one waiting for him, seemingly nothing around. There was a group who got on the boat at one point and they were dressed pretty nicely, like they were going out somewhere, and they had their smartphones out, but they just came walking out of the jungle - I have no idea where they came from! Our hotel for the night are a series of guest houses built on stilts overlooking the rivers they. Are really nice. Very tropical ...

Laos - Slow boat on the Mekong

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jun 07, 2014

31 photos

... same but different”…there might be something on this slogan :)

On the 6th of June (Friday) we finally decided to pull up our roots and head towards a new geographical point of interest, whereas Luang Prabang in Laos was the next one on our long list. Our plan was to cross through Chiang Khong, one of the most widely used border crossings between Thailand and Laos. In order to get to Luang Prabang we had actually two options: either on ...

Laos and the mighty Mekong river.

A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on May 25, 2014

15 photos

... and headed towards the boat jetty to catch the slow two day boat down to Luang Prabang. We had half an hour to kill so a quick sandwich later to fill the gap and we were off.

There were two choices of boat to get down the river. The speedboat which is notoriously dangerous and noisy, and the slow boat which is more comfortable, cheaper and let's you take the scenery in more at a smoother pace. Easy choice to make really so a two day trip along the Mekong it was, I was ...

Huay Xai to Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Apr 16, 2014

9 photos

Why do we always drink on travel days? Honestly, it seems like we never learn. We'd set the alarm for 8 in order to get breakfast, pick up a pack lunch and withdraw some cash. The slow boat leaves from a pier just 1km out of town at 11am leaving us plenty of time, but when you're as hungover as we were it isn't as easy as it should be. We dragged ourselves out of bed, packed and found somewhere that would serve Emma her chicken fried rice cure. ...