Daovieng Hotel

Ban Phonbok, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pakse


A travel blog entry by laurebondoux


After our short flight from Vientiane, we took a tuk-tuk to reach Pakse's town centre. Our stay there was rather short, one afternoon and one evening, but gave us time to arrange for our onward bus/boat tickets to Don Khone island, have a nice lunch, take a stroll in the city centre, catch a glimpse of the nearby Mekong river, and for Jason to have …

Laos thoughts

A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman


The guidebooks and the internet said give it a chance, its just a quiet town but there's so much to do there. We gave it a chance, to little avail. It was just a quiet town, so quiet that it was difficult to find anywhere to eat, let alone anything to do. So we quickly decided to leave and get a sleeper bus all the way up to the capital, a 10 hour journey. It was certainly an experience, but ...

Move up the sleeper bus Gus

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare


... ones that seemed more shy before a cheeky little bugger reached up, grabbed the last two out of my hand and proceeded to shove them down his pants for safe keeping. It was a survival of the fittest kind of situation, but when I looked back, a beautiful little girl (who looked painfully shy) I had handed one to in the commotion looked so pleased with it. After visiting a weaving village, our last stop was an 'ethnic village' which was very fake. There were bungalows ...

Motorbike riding, the loop, coffee and waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by serendipity_


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There was one more person staying at Mr. Vieng’s – Nick from Bavaria in Germany. Really nice chap who has been travelling on his own for many years now. He has spent 8 months in total in Laos only! He spoke amazing Lao and told us a little about the country. Another very inspirational person on our way. And another example of how travelling can change one’s personality – you could feel how calm and mindful he was.

The next morning I still ...

Slowing Right Down

A travel blog entry by ralfthebear


As we crossed over the border into Loas on the morning bus our pulse rate slowed, our blood pressure lowered and we were ready for a snack and a snooze - we were ready for Laos!

Pakse is a small town on the Mekong and the Si Don rivers, and unlike Ubon nothing here has changed. To an old bear like me it is very comforting and makes me feel young again. We drop our bags and ...


This hotel, located on Ban Phonbok, Pakse, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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