Hotel Lao

No. 53/9 Hengboun Road, Haisoke Village, Vientiane, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. 53/9 Hengboun Road, Haisoke Village, Vientiane, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Kip, Elephants, Musical Tubes & Hangovers - La

    A travel blog entry by kels-and-oli on Jul 20, 2014

    50 photos

    ... ever seen behind an enclosure in the zoo before, it was incredible. The sheer size and power of them is so hard to explain! They are also unbelievably hairy! We did a similar route on the elephants, Ols chatting away to his the whole time like it was Murphy, before being placed back on the same elephant together and led down to the river. The elephant navigated down the steep narrow path to the waters edge before wading in. It was here we enjoyed sitting on the elephants back when ...

    Cold, an Unfamiliar (Brief) Feeling

    A travel blog entry by meghan.dobson on Jul 08, 2014

    ... shop there was a spiral stair case that took you up two more levels (but probably not!) After an hour of sightseeing it was too hot to do anything else so we went back to the hotel. The Australian guy and I walked down to see the Mekong. River, but it's at low season so it was really a let down because it was just dry land and you could barely see where it started. Unless you wanted to walk farther, which we did not because it was over 40 degrees. We went ...

    Buddha Park

    A travel blog entry by kriso80 on Mar 15, 2014

    ... s eye view of the entire Xieng Kuan Park. Buddha Park Highlights It was built in 1958 by Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, a monk who studied both Buddhism and Hinduism. This explains why his park is full not only of Buddha images but also of Hindu gods as well as demons and animals from both beliefs. The most outstanding ones include Indra, the king of Hindu gods riding the three-headed elephant (aka Erawan and ...


    A travel blog entry by pilco on Mar 01, 2014

    49 photos

    ... Prabang at 6.30pm- over twenty four hours after our journey had begun!!

    Upon our arrival at Luang Prabang (pretty close to breaking point) we rewarded ourselves with an amazing barbeque of buffalo and a bottle (or two) of Sauvignon Blanc before passing out in bed.

    The following day we hired bikes out to exprlore Luang Prabang... what a place! It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and incredibly picturesque. It is on ...

    Slow travel to Singapore

    A travel blog entry by sueblueginger on Feb 26, 2014

    6 comments, 24 photos

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    Bob went back to the hotle for a lie down and a read, and Kath and I set off to search for some crafts. We found antique shops full of Buddhas of dubious age ( but apparently you are now allowed to take them out of the country anyway) but didn't have much luck with textiles, until we came upon a shop called Saoban, another Fairtrade organisation like Ok Pop Tock in Luang Prabang. Their aim is to support and empower rural artisans, and preserve ...