Phonsavan Hotel

Address: No 13 Rd, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on No 13 Rd, Pakse, is near Phou Asa Mountain.
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Travel Blogs from Pakse

Pakse

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on May 29, 2014

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... but the signs say otherwise and common sense concurs, so we sit and chat with everyone over lunch instead (the conversation is great, the food is dreadful – we seem to be struggling to find decent local food since we came down south!) We continue on, the next stop being a weaving village. We’re promised we’ll be able to see the locals weaving using old-fashioned hand looms – instead we get a glorified shop and everyone is asleep inside ...

I Love Laos

A travel blog entry by elegibson on May 25, 2014

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... flip flops were first required only about a quarter of the way into our journey. Our driver attempted to launch his poor little boat up a large step in the rock over which the river flowed. I'm not sure what usually happens when he does this...perhaps he'd miscalculated the weight of the two large 'falang' on board. Either way, the boat crunched to a halt half way, balanced precariously with the front end home and (relatively) dry while the entire river gushed directly ...

Last bits of Laos with a homestay

A travel blog entry by amzah on Apr 24, 2014

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... little English that he knows and my little knowledge of Lao language I could make clear that I was looking for a family that do homestays. He could help me so I was happy. For the people that are unfamiliar with a homestay, basically you join a family in a local village for one or multiple nights, eat with them and interact with them for a small price. Just to experience how life is with a Lao family in a small village. All proceeds go to the family so you know that your money is ...

Pakse and the Bolaven Plateau

A travel blog entry by natandross on Feb 18, 2014

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... put our foot down to Paksong, a town near the next waterfalls we'd planned to see, and had (another) coffee. We stopped at Jhai Coffee House and discovered a very interesting venture; owned by an American couple from Seattle, they were attempting to give back to the community by purchasing coffee from local villages (68 in total), which in itself would provide income to over 2,000 families. It was also a non-profitable setup, with all profits given back to provide new water pumps to ...

Homestays, hassles and hammocks

A travel blog entry by sarzmc on Feb 15, 2014

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... which we accepted, then shared their sticky rice, spicy fish, pumpkin and weird pea-like cooked plant. We tried to ask about a boat to get to a nearby waterfall but we didn’t get far so decided to try again in the morning. We walked back down to the river and sat just admiring the lovely view. Despite the situation, it was a lovely spot. I had been thinking the boys would stay up late drinking, but surprisingly they went to bed at 7pm! We found the filthy but serviceable ...