Thaveesinh Hotel

Address: Ban Huay Xai Neu, Bokeo Province, Huay Xai, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ban Huay Xai Neu, Bokeo Province, Huay Xai, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Huay Xai

    Thailand to Myanmar

    A travel blog entry by parry on Nov 08, 2015


    ... It seems that after the war, increasing numbers of visitors and ex-servicemen came to the area to see the bridge - particularly after the publication of the French book about the Burma Railway, on which the film was based. With admirable pragmatism, the Thais renamed the river and designated the railway bridge over it as the Bridge over the River Kwai. The actual bridge was a little further upstream. It was possible to walk on the bridge even as the train was crossing. One ...

    Laos slow boat day 1

    A travel blog entry by hallyb on Oct 12, 2015

    ... chatting to quite a few different people which was ok. When we finally got through we all had to get a bus and head down to the boat. The boat was huge with old bus seats, we were told the worst seats were at the back because the engine is at the back and is really loud. We got ok seats somewhere in the middle, we had a few people around us that we were chatting too around the queues, two girls say near us who we thought were ...

    The slow boat down the Mekong

    A travel blog entry by chrismorgan on Oct 03, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... to Laos. Or to be more specific Chiang Khong to Luang Prabang The slow boat is a great way to take in the views of the mountains as you drift down the river. The boat took 6 hours on the first day with a night stop over. Then 8 hours travelling the next. It was very slow. There are faster options available, a night bus or a speed boat would take half the time. But then you're twice as likely not to get there. Getting on a speed boat out here is like getting into ...

    Laos - the begining

    A travel blog entry by herewegosa on Aug 12, 2015

    17 photos

    ... in a container for weeks and make a sauce from). It tastes just like the description, gross. And to think that they put it in almost all of their dishes here, yikes! From there we went and chilled in a bakery renowned for its croissants, Le Banneton. And yes, the croissants were very good. We then went and sat at the river and watched a beautiful sunset. Loads of people were out and about either walking, running or playing badminton-quite a craze in South East Asia. We went ...

    Slow Boat to Laos

    A travel blog entry by fosterfamily on Aug 07, 2015

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... boat because the trip along the Mekong is very scenic and such an experience. We are on the luxury boat because there are many that ply these waters and we don't want to be stuck with a bunch of back packers! The boat holds 40 comfortably but there are only 17 on our journey. Luckily there are two boys from the UK almost the same age as Grant and Rowan! We couldn't have asked for any better. They are happy and we are happy. We ...