Hongtha Xaysomboun Hotel

Address: Phomvihanh Road, Ban Saysomboun, Luang Namtha, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Phomvihanh Road, Ban Saysomboun, Luang Namtha, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Luang Namtha


A travel blog entry by ami.cobb on Dec 01, 2014

... that sometime in the next week, the runs are coming and we won't be able to eat for a bit. This isn't a choice, it's a lifestyle. 2. I actually don't care where you've already been, where you're going, or how long you've been traveling. Let's get down to real talk before I can no longer pretend to be listening. 3. Solo female travelers have a beckon of light shone on them as easy prey to hook up with. No, I don't want to sleep with you. ...

Luang Namtha to Luang Prabang-Day 99

A travel blog entry by eiry on Oct 22, 2014

... by amazing scenery. The landscape was stunning, shame we couldn't stop to have a better look. It's so different in Laos, people live in huts like in St Fagons, it reminded us of what you see on children in need. Half way into our journey, we had to stop for 30 minutes because of road works. It felt as if we wouldn't get there until tomorrow. This was the only route so we couldn't go around. When we cleared the hold up, the driver dropped all of the other passengers off ...

One Very Special Village

A travel blog entry by happy-go-lucky on May 28, 2014

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... if you are not physically prepared. It takes us 4 hours to walk a 3 km distance with the altitude of 1500 above the sea. We reach the village at 4 PM and before it gets too dark we walk around meeting locals and getting introduced to their life. This is quite a unique tribe that still keeps their traditional ways of life. They don’t have any water in the village and hike down ...

A Story of the Jungle, Villages, and LEECHES

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on May 03, 2014

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... a fairly strong current. So I kept my shoes on to trek through the river up to about my knees and Jason took his off to keep his shoes dry. Finally, the most challenging and annoying part of the trek came into play as we crossed the river many, many, many times: leeches. Again, this area usually has some leeches, but because of the rain, there were a ton of leeches everywhere. The leeches stuck to us and their goal is suck as much blood as possible. It's difficult to flick them ...

Our 100th post - Our Utmost Gratitude

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on May 03, 2014

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... us to friends of hers from New Zealand, who we ended up staying with for a week. They fed us and gave us shelter, but more than that, we will NEVER forget how the Rewis made us feel. We still talk about them with love and admiration to this day and no matter what happens along our travels and what incredible things we have and will experience, we will always remember our week in Queenstown fondly. It was a special week and one we will ...