Houaygnangkham Hotel

Address: Km 5, Ban Houaygnangkham, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Km 5, Ban Houaygnangkham, Pakse, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Pakse

Motorbikes, Waterfalls and Coffee

A travel blog entry by griffalo on Aug 21, 2015

66 photos

... advised us where was best to visit and which would be the best waterfall to see.
We got to Tad Lo a little later than we hoped, but still managed to walk up the side of the waterfall before dark. Here, we stayed in what can only be described as a tin barn, where we paid 20,000Kip (about 1.60) for a double bed in a room with about 10-15 other double beds. Not the best night's sleep I've ever had, but good for the price! In the morning, we walked up ...

More bus journeys

A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Aug 12, 2015

3 comments, 6 photos

... bus station, which was pot holed so badly that the two young men who had been storing people's luggage, etc, were checking under the bus to make sure it didn't ground itself. At the exit we picked up more people, who were duly seated on more plastic stools and then we drove out of town, picking up more and more people. So as well as a full bus, we had at least 14 people seated on stools down the aisle, plus half a dozen somehow crammed in at the front, including a ...

Traveling while black... Continued

A travel blog entry by midge_david on Jul 12, 2015

... jagged hills, clusters of hill villages dotted the road. Laos is the tenth poorest country in the world. Most of the houses were made of thatch roofs and bamboo woven walls. Some of the more prosperous ones were of cinder and breeze blocks. The villagers working in the rice fields were like an image out of time, down to the familiar conical straw hats and backs bent as they planted rice by hand, barefoot in the water. As in most poor ...

Zip lining in Pakse

A travel blog entry by b_k2801 on May 15, 2015

89 photos

... more. The journey wasn't too bad and there were two other travellers with us. We had one pee stop and one food stop, it took 2.5 hrs which wasn't too bad. They drop you at the top of the road and you have to walk down about 10 minutes to the so called harbour, find the ticket man and then hop on a little boat to take you across the island. They have a sunset and sunrise side, the sunset side was shorter walking distance so we did that. B went on a hunt for somewhere to ...

Into Laos

A travel blog entry by redtilly on Mar 22, 2015

28 photos

... next morning got a phonecard, insurance, some Lao money (kip) and filled up with diesel. There is 8000kip to $US1 so it was $900,000 to fill up with diesel. Then we went to look at a waterfall at Tat Lo but we couldn't find it. There doesn't seem to be any signposts here and we asked a couple of locals but they didn't speak English. We ended up doing a loop back to the main road about 65 kms north of Pakse and stayed the night there.