Tai Dam Guesthouse

Address: Ban Nongbouvieng, Luang Namtha, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Luang Namtha

A Story of the Jungle, Villages, and LEECHES

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on May 03, 2014

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A few days ago we took a public bus as far as we could to the Laos border and then a tuk tuk brought us to the Thai customs office. Next, a bus brought us the short distance to the Laos immigration and visas office. After that, it was another tuk tuk to the bus station, another long bus ride through windy roads (people were getting sick on this ride), and finally, one last tuk tuk into the town of Luang Namtha in the northwest part of Laos. Although it took many vehicles to get ...

Our 100th post - Our Utmost Gratitude

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on May 03, 2014

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We've been gone since November 20th and we can count the number of countries we've been to (8), cities we've visited (lots), km we've traveled according to Travelpod (36,285), but something we can't quantify is the gratitude we feel to those that have made our first 5 and a half months traveling abroad incredible.

We marvel at how many people have helped us on this journey to this point and how that has made our trip easier and ...

Our first few days in Laos

A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Apr 23, 2014

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It's Charles.

We took a bus from Chiang Rai to the border of Laos. It cost $4 total. It was a local bus and the ride was pretty uneventful. It only took a few hours. The bus dropped us off on the outskirts of Chiang Khong near the bridge to cross into Laos. Up until the day before, we thought we would be crossing the Mekong on a small boat and were pretty excited about that. After some ...

Into the Jungle

A travel blog entry by ballmd on Mar 25, 2014

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... for it's trekking with a national park next door so the next day we looked around the town to see what was on offer. We settled on one days kayaking and one days trekking with a home stay in a village in between. The kayaking was excellent fun with a number of rapids and once again beautiful scenery. Luckily we all made it through without capsizing! On the tour we got talking to a Finn and a Moroccan who were both ...

Trekking and Akha Homestay

A travel blog entry by willandamy on Mar 06, 2014

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... animals everywhere again, it's quite surreal passing so many pigs in the street, and buffalo just chilling under a house with chickens climbing all over them. From walking through we also noticed a lot of women are topless, we later found out that only the married women are the ones who do this. It was a bit of a shock though at first as modesty is one of the key rules when you visit as a tourist. We stayed in a room attached to the chief's house. They made us a cup of tea ...