Mouang Sua Hotel

Address: Phou Vao Road, Ban Pong Kham, Luang Prabang, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Phou Vao Road, Ban Pong Kham, Luang Prabang.
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Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang

Bowling down the Mekong!!!!!

A travel blog entry by angusliston on Feb 03, 2015

11 photos

... a seat, Liam stuck right at the very back and me up at the front next to the driver on a pathetic excuse of a seat, knees pressed up against the dash and between the driver and a rather chubby Chinese lad - it wasn't ideal especially two 6ft lads. The journey only got worst and from the original 4hrs it took 6hrs and the road was a nightmare. Bumps galore and the driver was taking blind corners like they were going out of fashion, pretty scary.

Eventually, 6hrs later we ...

Luang Prabang -> Vang Veing

A travel blog entry by sophandracky on Jan 21, 2015

3 comments, 84 photos

... out by our rooms and managed to update. We have a pesky tiddler kitten with its mum play fighting by our feet, and wherever we go for some reason I'm a cat magnet (that could've been phrased worse) no matter how mangey they plonk themselves on my lap! It's now the next morning. I lay in bed starting this whilst Soph got breakfast. We're currently sat outside our room with an cold coffee and banana chocolate pancakes. Hoping to do tubing today but we'll see. Over and out for now ...

Last Day in Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by lberney on Dec 30, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... rite of passage that all observant Buddhists try to do. Phil, the friendly monk, came by our hotel later in the late afternoon and we had tea in the front courtyard and peppered him with all of our questions about living as a monk. For more details, ask Gwynn. Today we wanted to see some handicraft villages so Gwynn went on to the street outside our hotel to negotiate a ride. She went up to this guy who was standing in front of a large van. She agreed on ...

Is everything uphill here?

A travel blog entry by amypierce1979 on Dec 01, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... the abandoned temple. After another long walk we arrived. I am pretty sure I know why it was abandoned...because it takes 125 foot high steps to get up to that sucker. Imagine carrying supplies etc. up. We could barely carry ourselves. Eventually we got to the top to enjoy a simply gorgeous view of Luang Prabang and the river. The temple was, as advertised, pretty much abandoned except for monk and two puppies who immediately decided we were good people and followed ...

Slow boats, chasing waterfalls, monks and memories

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Nov 24, 2014

1 comment, 64 photos

Well I wasn't far off when saying it would be like ripping off a large bandaid going from Le Meridian to 5:30am cab rides to the local bus station, four hours on a bus, a tuk tuk drive to cross my now second 'Friendship Bridge' to clear the land crossing customs and then get ripped off in order to get driven to where the slow boats were docked.  Great start to solo travel again, but I can honestly say I kind of missed it in a sick and twisted way.  The ...