Symoungkoun Guesthouse

Ban Khily, Luang Prabang, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by jessicagloor


Today is a bit of a down day, just walking the streets checking out some temples and the local area. I started the day with some yoga and then tried to meditate...however was not so successful. It's a very very hot day here. I am melting and walking the streets is tough. I think I may need to find a shady tree and read my book. Yesterday we went to the Khian Si waterfall and it was amazing! The water was a spectacular emerald blue and there were so many little fish ...

Luang Namtha to Luang Prabang and on to Phonsavan

A travel blog entry by heathercharles


... For about 3 minutes were were on our way. And then it was flat again.

At this point, we considered leaving the bike - it was heavy - and walking as far as we could until we could get help/a ride to town where we'd get the rental agency to go back for it. We were walking/pushing/talking when I saw a repair shop! I kid you not, when I say there was nothing else around except cows and water buffalo, I can't believe our luck! (Well...considering the road, ...

Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by jenscaras


... religious, and we encountered this immediately on our first day. We happened to arrive at the very end of their New Year, a religious celebration in which the Lao people cleanse all the important images of Buddha with scented water and the general public throws water at each other, as well as at tourists. In almost every corner, people are waiting for passers-by so they can splash water on them. The significance of this tradition is as a cleaning of one’s ...

Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by brettandemma


... question in the deepest tone and usually when you have already walked past them "weed". Sometimes their tone becomes so low and hidden it almost sound just like a mumbling groan. At sunrise every morning the people of Luang Prabang line the streets to give alms to the Monks, which basically means they cook food usually sticky rice and hand it out to Monks for their daily food. I saw this one morning setting an alarm for ...

Jungle jaunts, journeys and jars in Northern Laos

A travel blog entry by sarzmc


... Englishman Sean, who loved to swear and joke and reminded us of comedian Bill Bailey, and Scots Kara, Hamish and his mum. At first the scenery was flat, but not far down the river it became more mountainous. We saw grazing goats and cattle on the banks, small villages and huts now and again and the odd temple. Being the dry season, the river was lower so there were lots of interesting, jagged rocks for the boat driver to avoid. I noticed passing the engine room that there was ...

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