Villa Muong Khong Hotel

Address: Khemkhong Road, Ban Kang Khong, Muang Khong, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Inn
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This inn, located on Khemkhong Road, Ban Kang Khong, Muang Khong, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Muang Khong

      It's home

      A travel blog entry by angiebender on Jan 05, 2015

      It's strange how easy it is to feel comfortable in a place. I'm leaving laos for Cambodia in an hour and I'm carrying feelings of sadness. I'm sad that I'm leaving Laos. A big part of me wants to stay. I'm used to the rhythm of life, the language, the money, and even the ****** transportation! Although in my last hour of hammock swinging (not yet 7am), someone decides to fix his boat beneath me with hammer and nails!! Hmmm ruining my peaceful solitude!!!! Hmmm it just got easier to ...

      Watching the Mekong go by

      A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Dec 07, 2014

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      ... blog and listen to music on my laptop from my daybed. Soon enough the sun started to set which I got to watch over the Mekong, really was stunning (and it wouldn't be the last during my time there). Once it got really dark I pulled out the insect repellent coils I'd bought and lit one. When it was time for dinner I walked back down into town, ate then came back to my deck for a while before showering and getting to bed (after setting up the mosquito net) ready ...

      Kayaking down the Mekong river

      A travel blog entry by humberwright on Nov 13, 2014

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      ... where they were pulled onto a tuk tuk. We were then told to get on to!! 6 kayaks and 13 people. It was a tight squeeze but a good laugh. We stopped off at another waterfall on the way back called Khonephapheng waterfall. It was very impressive. At that waterfall there had once been a tree. Which the local people thought was sacred. It fell down a couple of years ago. They got a helicopter in to save it but they couldn't. So now it lies in a glass box being fanned down at this ...

      Four thousand islands and border scamming.

      A travel blog entry by fonfe on Nov 06, 2014

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      ... at me whenever I came within range and I was forced to make a hasty manoeuvre out of his strike zone for fear that he would strike me with the cane he was wielding. Eventually, having exchanged bemused and then amused smirks with our driver, the situation became clear when he rolled his eye, made a drinking motion with his hand and suggested that too many "Beer Lao" were the route of this cantankerous fellow's aggression. At 4pm, we begrudgingly stepped from the shade ...

      Don Det to Siem Reap-Day 114

      A travel blog entry by eiry on Nov 06, 2014

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      ... around until we reached someone's house. We stopped at someone's house who was selling food. From here we thought that we would be catching a big bus, but the people laos lied, there was no big bus, just another crammed minivan. We had to wait at the stop for 2 hours. When the minivan arrived, the people tried to overfill it. Everyone that was already onboard were saying no. We all complained because we had all paid ...