Vieng Thara Guesthouse

Address: No.089 Viengkeo Village , Vang Vieng, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vang Vieng

1st of September!!

A travel blog entry by ames081 on Sep 01, 2014

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... so many amazing things but I do miss home! It's just so so different here, I think for a week or two you would be fine with the food/ culture etc but knowing it's for 9 weeks makes it very different! Tomorrow we are leaving and going to Vientiane (the capital) to sort out our visas for Vietnam! People are right when they say Laos is beautiful, it's so stunning! Hope everyone's Monday hasn't been too bad! Loads and loads of love, Ames ...

Vang Vieng

A travel blog entry by lilianbrett on Sep 01, 2014

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... some were normal lets get ********d types but then there was a swathe of boys who Matt would just simply describe as freaks but I thought they looked like they had taken inspiration from the hunger games with make up and kind of bizarre outfits. Very odd. By the time people started leaving everyone had chugged enough drinks to make sure they were at least on the way to drunk, and we all piled in the brown river together. Because there weren't a huge amount of us we all exited on ...


A travel blog entry by fast-lane86 on Aug 18, 2014

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... a bit. Pretty neat experience. After this we headed south to Vang Viang which is home to the notorious 'party river' that has claimed many lives. Its a lazy river that has multiple bars along it that offer free shots so you can swim up to them on your tube and get drunk. Tourists get so drunk they either forget how to swim or dive into the shallow river from the bar decks. Theres lots of videos on youtube of the shena****ns. As we went there in the low season and it ...

A day in Vang Vieng

A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on Aug 05, 2014

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... For Claire and I, the latter was our first activity of the day. I know, I know, doing the laundry is not everyone's idea of fun on a holiday but when you're away for four weeks, taking a set of clothes for each day just isn't an option. Plus, when you change location between a daily and three day basis, you have to be organised and do your washing when you get the chance. Consequently, our hotel room wouldn't look out of place in Widow ...

Starting our Laos adventure

A travel blog entry by homa_fountain on Jul 30, 2014

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... other peoples rings as we floated to the next bar. It also made it easier when we needed to stop as people grabbed us and helped pull us in. We floated for around half an hour before stopping at the next bar. There were loads of activities to keep punters entertained including croquet, volleyball, hammock area, table tennis and many more. It was such a great opportunity to chat to others and share stories. Before we knew it we had 15 minutes before the 6:00pm curfew so ...