Mekong Paradise Resort

Nonsavang Champasak Province 504, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Pakse

Pakse and the Bolaven Plateau

A travel blog entry by natandross


... there must be something wrong with the roads in Southern Laos); thankfully every town/village has a mechanic and having walked a short distance to the nearest village, a friendly local mechanic ran over laughing and shouted in pigeon English, 'broken!', he saw the puncture and we were in safe hands. He was great, clearly signalling what he was doing, presumably so not to appear deceitful, he just got on with it - great service for little over 1.50.

With the bike ...

Move up the sleeper bus Gus

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare


... looked out of place in the Wild West- if it wasn't for all the Asians. It was a blazing hot day, and after seeing the main part of town, we decided to just chill for a bit. 3 hours later, I woke with a start and realised that we had fallen asleep- sideways on the bed and one of us had dribbled. Refreshed after our accidental nap, we went out for some dinner and booked onto a tour for the next day. We had planned on booking an epic and very expensive two day zip ...

Day 3 Tree Tops Explorer

A travel blog entry by mtsc.hayes.14


... but it was the physical holding on and using my non existent arm strength. My 5kg pack felt like 25 and I was not moving. I am blubbering like a baby and couldn't coordinate moving the karabiners and myself. Thankfully one of the guides came up beside me and did all the clipping and unclipping. I just have to keep going. I get to the end of the wall and you have to step around the corner and try and put you foot on a ledge. This was probably the only time the height factor ...

Sabaidee from the Bolaven Plateau (Laos)

A travel blog entry by aarkventure


... handed back to us with visas and the passport control stamps already done. The first sign of laid back Laos! We only had one day to explore the area, so as soon as we arrived that night, we booked ourself into an all-day tour starting early the next morning. Pakse is a small town in the Bolaven Plateau, an area formed by an ancient volcano in Southern Laos. It is known for coffee and tea plantations (one of Laos' big exports), beautiful waterfalls and dense ...

The Bolaven Plateau

A travel blog entry by joe-emma_2013


... booked into a hostel and spent the evening asking around for prices of trips to go trekking and seeing wild elephants etc (all rather extortionate!) and ended up booking a day trip to the Bolaven Plateau.

Tuesday, 26/11/2013

The trip started around 8am and we set off towards our first waterfall of the day. It was rather pretty and you could even stay there in bungalows near the waterfall and laze around in hammocks... We had a German couple in the seat ...

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This resort, located on Nonsavang Champasak Province 504, Pakse, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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