Dansavanh Oudomxay Hotel

Address: 13 Road, Vanghai Village, Xay District -Townmap N. 107, Muang Xay, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 Road, Vanghai Village, Xay District -Townmap N. 107, Muang Xay, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Muang Xay

Magical mystery tour

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jun 29, 2014

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... station and found a man in the ticket office. He assured me, I was at the wrong bus station and needed to go to udomaxi to get a connecting bus to Nong Khiaw. Udo...where? Thinking this was just round the corner we hopped on board only to discover this was a 4 hours bus journey in the opposite direction to where we wanted to be! Hey Ho at least we had left Muang Khua!

The journey was captivating as we; drove through villages ...


A travel blog entry by tmerrien on Dec 02, 2013

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... that they actually left no gap between the seats at all, so I pointed that out to them and they moved it to a more reasonable position (******** knew exactly what they were doing though as they left themselves more than twice the legroom they left us behind them). Arrived at 5.45pm when it was still light outside. Hopped in a truck and went up to the guesthouse. By then it was dark and there was a power cut in the village. Got ...

The 45 Hour Nightmare

A travel blog entry by peteandal on Oct 09, 2013

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... bag of garlic with my feet on a huge polystyrene box of what we later found out to be raw meat. There were boxes of miscellaneous things absolutely everywhere, everyone's knees were up to their chests squashed with the amount of stuff surrounding us. We met four housemates from Leicester- Darryl, Simon, Harry and Joe (brothers). They had been on the bus driving around Dien Bien since 7am, they had apparently been picking people up and fixing broken mopeds. ...

Pakbeng to Ben Nalay

A travel blog entry by annaramma on Jul 31, 2013

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... washed we were asked to go to upstairs in the head man's house where we would be taking part in a traditional ceremony led by the village shaman to wish us well on our journey. We had no idea what to expect from this but it all sounded quite exciting and exotic. The houses are really empty of possessions and it's actually really refreshing to be in a place free of all the junk we collect and depend on at home. They do seem to like posters though and the head man's house had ...

Floating down the Mekong

A travel blog entry by gingerkat on Apr 07, 2013

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... but I wanted to see more of Luang Prabang. Over iced coffee at my new favourite cafe (Joma), I worked through my Lonely Planet and planned my day. I started at the Royal Palace Museum. this used to be the home of the royal family in Laos until they were over thrown in the 1950s (I think). The palace is still as it was then. The most bizarre part was a set of paintings depicting the story of a prince who is celebrated by Buddhists because he was willing to ...