Sedone River Guesthouse

Address: Th 11, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Th 11, Pakse, is near Phou Asa Mountain.
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Travel Blogs from Pakse


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on May 29, 2014

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... turn up (this wasn’t really what we expected when we were told Laos was laidback!) We end up wandering round awkwardly, not helped by the fact that one local, inexplicably, is carrying an AK47! Not amazing it’s fair to say! Linda feels obliged to buy a pretty – but overpriced – scarf: not sure she wants to start haggling with an AK47 so close by! Still on we go, this time to another waterfall with ethnic village nearby. The waterfall is ...

I Love Laos

A travel blog entry by elegibson on May 25, 2014

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... back end of the boat. He nonchalantly hopped out (we'd already jumped!) heaved the boat into a sheltered spot and bailed out the boat with a water bottle cut in half. After a few minutes we set off again! On the return journey the magic of the ride there was wonderfully replaced by every day practicality: a local business man hopped on board with us; briefcase and all. He deftly jumped out of the craft to help push it at the relevant moments, then zipped off to work on ...

Mr Koffie

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on May 13, 2014

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... small coffee plantations and a guesthouse or two. We'd picked Mr Koffie for our Coffee education but with it not being marked on a map and no apparent signs we were struggling. Having driven out of town in our attempts, we pulled over at a guesthouse and asked for directions. Fortunately she understood and pointed at the pot of flowers outside and said 'many many'. I clicked with what she meant and told Paul to head back to the coffee shop we had driven past 3 or ...

Last bits of Laos with a homestay

A travel blog entry by amzah on Apr 24, 2014

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... We were dropped by the ferry man before the island but since the water is a bit low, we couldn't get near the beach close enough so we had to drive through the water with my scooter for a bit haha! After this I had a nice glass of cold water at mr. Wiang's house. Funny interaction ensued since he could only speak Lao and I just know a little bit of Lao. But with gestures you can come very far. There were a few families on the island which do homestays and mr. Wiang took me to ...

Pakse and the Bolaven Plateau

A travel blog entry by natandross on Feb 18, 2014

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... villages - it was really impressive stuff and we were given the full lowdown whilst enjoying the local coffee bean (arabica). We also tried to goad Nat into drinking coffee, albeit a iced version, to no avail.

We moved onto the two final waterfalls, Tad Yuang (where you could swim) and Tad Fane (enormous drop), both of which were very different, as the photos show and finished the tour by having lunch in sight of Tad Fane. You may ask why did we go to five waterfalls, ...