Saysouly Guest House

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

Sleeper Buses: A Rough Guide on What Not to Do

A travel blog entry by jinx44


We survived the ride to Vientiane and quickly found our hotel. Upon checking in, however, we were told that the hotel had overbooked and we would be downgraded to a room without its own bathroom. Perfect. We asked if we could get cash back for the inconvenience and the immediate and stubborn response was no. Typical. The staff said that because we …

Thailand & North of Laos

A travel blog entry by gillessoenen


... a detailed plan, so it's kind of a new chapter which is starting tomorrow. I don't know when my next post will be, it might be after Cambodia (end of march) or it might be after Vietnam (mid april)... There's more pictures on Facebook. For the people not on Facebook, I'll show them to you once I get back!

One more thing. I will be back a bit later. I have changed the date of my flight ticket. Instead of flying back mid-May I will be back on Belgian soil on the 1st of July!


A travel blog entry by nathanandclare


... medical care, and helps people find jobs who have to support family members who are now no longer able to work but most importantly Cope relies on donations to do what (in my opinion) America should be doing. (I am fairly confident that me saying bombs so much would have triggered something on the World Wide Web for my blog to be monitored for some sort of territories activity, perhaps by a couple of governments, so while I have got your attention- pull your ...

The Beauty and Tragedy of Laos

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den


After a delightful couple of days in the 'City of Monks' we headed north to the small town of Nong Khiaw. This small simple village is famous for it’s world-class views and history. We spent one afternoon hiking up to a viewpoint. We talked to one tourist agent who said the village needed convincing to build the path up the steep mountainside. The Laos people in that area are mostly subsistence farmers, and couldn’t understand why anyone would climb 2km up ...


A travel blog entry by jessiepoo

... of bombs in Laos that need destroying is unreal and I think the army that remove the bombs will be in a job for a while yet. The videos shown and locals talking to whom have been affected in the war loosing family and loved ones and then having to leave there village whilst a bomb is removed is quite heartbreaking. Tonight we are getting the night bus to Pakse as a stop off between here and the four thousand islands ...

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This hotel, located in Vientiane, is near Pak Ou Caves, Presidential Palace, Sisaket Temple & Museum, and Vat Phou Temple.
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