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TravelPod Member ReviewsHaysoke Hotel Luang Prabang
224/PB Phouvao Road, Banphabath Tai, Luang Prabang
tel: +856 71 212 278, fax: +856 71 254499
Prijs: 40$ (= 320.000 kip = 30€)/2-persoonskamer
Chinese uitbaters, vriendelijk, Engels niet perfect maar behelpen zich.
Kamer is ruim en netjes, eigen badkamer met goede douche. TV, koelkast met minibar, airco. Ontbijt (lekker) inbegrepen. Gratis wifi.
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... river is full of logs and dead undergrowth and even tree trunks. In Nong Khiaw the weather became drier, and on our only full day there we walked out of the village, sadly unable to climb the viewpoint as it had been closed because it was too slippery (so it must have been REALLY slippery). We walked past a cafe offering boules and petanque (there is a strong French influence here, with many official signs in French rather than English), met the ...
... luggage before continuing on our way. As we got closer to Luang Prabang, the scenery seemed to improve, we saw some caves which seemed to contain statues of the Buddha. We arrived in Luang Prabang expecting a short walk to the city only to be told it would cost £2 EACH in a tuk-tuk (I know outrageous)! We arrived in the city and looked around for a nice hostel to stay as we are planning on spending 3 nights here. It seems that dorms are a lot less common ...
... is genuinely untouched and sparsely visited and, apart from us backpacker types in the handful of small hotels and a few expensive looking ecolodges, there really aren't many westerners here. The Konglor Caves are definitely worth travelling down here for though as they are totally unique and pretty jaw dropping to witness.
The main cave is an amazing 7.5 km long and has a river running through which we took a boat along, jumping off halfway through to check out some of ...
... job to get off. We spent half a day removing the tar from Skippy in Luang Prabang with eucalyptus oil and 'cut n polish’ car polish. Maybe we should have got a black vehicle. Nah! She wouldn’t be half as pretty!
The last 80ks or so, to Luang Prabang, we traveled on a wonderful new mountain road which has only been open a year or so. The descents are steep at 12 degrees though, but in a very low gear, and ...
... tell you that after seeing Luang Prabang, any other Lao city will deceive you. First of all the city is picturesque on the banks of the Mekong river with its old houses French style. Here we eat very well which is an asset. There are a lot of activities one can participate in and, finaly, the population is very kind. The cost of living is a little higher here but for us it is still cheap. The activity we participated in today was a visit to ...