The Boat Landing Guest House

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

Luang Namtha to Luang Prabang-Day 99

A travel blog entry by eiry on Oct 22, 2014

... It was just us and other backpackers squeezed into the small thing, they're so uncomfortable. Because the van was full, we could leave 10 minutes early. From the start, the roads reminded us of Indonesia because they were so bad. As we drove further the tarmac roads began to turn into rubble. It was a dirt track, we could of done with a rally car instead of scooby doos van. It was so bumpy we would be thrown of our seats, we even hit the roof at one point. However, the journey ...

A Story of the Jungle, Villages, and LEECHES

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on May 03, 2014

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... path was pretty much non-existent. I had a really hard time with this and tripping on my large rain poncho did not help either. Zouk helped as much as he could by using his knife to scoop off some of the wet mud so we didn't slip as much, but there was one point on the side of a steep hill that my feet slipped from under me. I screamed, but I held onto a tree and thankfully my hero, Jason was behind me to grab me and save me from falling, just like he had when we went ...

Our 100th post - Our Utmost Gratitude

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on May 03, 2014

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... in Sydney who had us over for a lovely dinner. Mark in Tasmania, who we met through the first and only time we used the website Couchsurfing, opened his door to us and graciously gave us a room for 3 nights at no cost.

The list goes on and on and I feel bad knowing the majority of acts of kindness we've received won't make it on this blog, as the blog would be endless! No doubt one of our favourite days came when we hung out with a ...

Trekking and Akha Homestay

A travel blog entry by willandamy on Mar 06, 2014

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... also saw a dead chicken with all it's feathers still on go straight into the pot. On the more appetising side there is all the tropical fruits, vegetables and bunches of fresh green herbs. These are slightly easier to the eye, and probably the stomach too. After this we visited the first village, belonging to the Lantern tribe. As we were walking in there was a group of children carrying a huge bag full of cotton ready for the women to spin. There were some women ...

Leeches and Ligaments

A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Oct 20, 2004

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... in the completely brown river nd we were nearly (ok, this is a big stretch) as good as new. Did I mention the creepy crawlies. The rainforest seems to be completely devoid of such things as birds, monkeys and the usual fare. The bugs however are quite another thing. Hairy bugs as big as magic markers and spiders as big as your hand, fingers included were disgustingly plentiful and of course poisonous.
So, our first evening in a village was quite good. We played lots ...