Zen Namkhan Boutique Resort

Address: 082, Ban Xieng Lom, Luang Prabang, 06000, Laos | Hotel
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      Tips and tricks for riding in Laos

      A travel blog entry by sheath27 on Feb 10, 2015

      ... hire from a reputable company like Remote Asia or similar. They provide well serviced bikes and have a network for assistance across Laos. -on arrival, purchase a SIM card with data from Unitel or similar. Wifi is wonderful but it won't help you when you most need it in the remote areas. Google maps or similar will keep you on track, even though their distance/ timing is ****. -take quality trekking shoes. Moto boots are user specific ...

      Feeling old, chronicles of a codger :-)

      A travel blog entry by sheath27 on Feb 09, 2015

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      ... media or watching old American sitcom re-runs. Nobody talks. Luckily some restaurants offer a table and chairs for people that can't sit folded up for hours on end. Yep, getting old :-) I was planning to stay another night and do a tube run but I thought '**** it' I'll leave it to the kids :-) I left VV around 8am and planned to do a lazy 4 hour ride to a place called Phou Khoun which is about halfway to Luang Prabang. The ascent to the highlands started only minutes ...

      The changing face of Luang Prabang

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Feb 04, 2015


      ... With the tourism. And rapidly so. The idea is to raise the number of high end tourists here. Consequently, you do this two ways. You provide services high end tourists want. High end bakeries. High end restaurants. High end tours. Secondly, you hike the prices. Both these things are being done with a vengeance. Charities are still highly visible, such as Big Brother Mouse to help give kids an education, but the shops in the main drag of Luang Prabang are nearly ...

      Luang Prabang

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... two nights. We walked around and along the river. It's such a peaceful town. I want to take these side trips to waterfalls and caves!! Alas, I'm only here in transit. My phone had run out of battery so I took pictures with my point and shoot camera. Will upload ...

      Turquoise waterfalls & croissants 29/1-1/2

      A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Jan 29, 2015

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      From Chiang Rai we caught the 1pm bus bound for Luang Prabang. The bus stopped at Chiang Khong on the Thai/Laos boarder and went through immigration to the Laotian town of Huay Xai. It was the first land boarder we've cleared since leaving South America and we'd forgotten what a painful process it can be! From Huay Xai we journeyed on to Luang Prabang through the night arriving in the early hours of the next morning at 5.15am. It was also the first night bus ...