Wat That Guest House
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Wat That Guest House Luang Prabang
Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang
... around the hilly town until we found a hostel with 24 hour reception. The transition from Halong Bay and Hanoi to Sapa was difficult- the altitude was apparent. I fished my only sweater out of the bottom of my pack and wore it every day I was there. Sapa ended up being one of my favorite places in Vietnam. Out of the 13 cities I visited, my favorites were the ones in the mountains(: Sapa is at a far higher elevation than Dalat, but they are comparable cities ...
... finding something so we spent a couple of hours booking a few places and planning our next week or so. We decided to book a nice place in Vang Vieng to chill with a pool! At 7pm we left to meet the girls at the market, we wondered around for a bit then bumped into this group who said we should try the street food buffet because it was delicious. We wandered around and saw it and it actually looked amazing so we all got a bowl for 15,000 kip which ...
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Luang Prabang, Laos
Summary: We are now badass bikers. We enjoyed waterfalls and elephants. Luang Prabang is a very relaxing town and we really liked it.
- Elephants—To any readers that have a moral objection ...
... him photos on my camera that I had taken of the snow this winter and of Obama’s inauguration parade when I happened to snap a great photo of him as he walked by me in Washington, DC.
He was very interested in life in the USA especially our seasons. Given how hot it is all the time, the concept of changing seasons is really something special. Imagine snow! Autumn leaves? So foreign!
He (named Novice Pheung) told ...
... walk (more like 25), we enquired around for prices to the waterfalls. Once we'd finally made it to the bakery, we treated ourselves to almond croissants for JP and pain au chocs for me (goes without saying). It was a really cute little bakery, just like being in France with French posters everywhere, you could even read 'Le Monde' - love love love it. After our well-deserved breakfast, we made the trek back and found ourselves a truck ride to the waterfalls which are ...