Athena Hotel

Ban Pabad, City Centre, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ban Pabad, City Centre, Pakse, is near Phou Asa Mountain.
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Travel Blogs from Pakse

Last bits of Laos with a homestay

A travel blog entry by amzah on Apr 24, 2014

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... little English that he knows and my little knowledge of Lao language I could make clear that I was looking for a family that do homestays. He could help me so I was happy. For the people that are unfamiliar with a homestay, basically you join a family in a local village for one or multiple nights, eat with them and interact with them for a small price. Just to experience how life is with a Lao family in a small village. All proceeds go to the family so you know that your money is ...

Pakse and the Bolaven Plateau

A travel blog entry by natandross on Feb 18, 2014

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... seen several in Laos before - we questioned the same thing, but we're so glad we did, as all were very different and it's strange, but you take a different experience away from each visit. Thailand had plenty of temples, Laos equivalent is waterfalls.

One place that we didn't manage to get to was Attapeau, which is located within the Ho Chi Minh Trail, 50km from the Vietnamese border. Having read blogs about the town, it had been said that Attapeau 'offers a lot to ...

Homestays, hassles and hammocks

A travel blog entry by sarzmc on Feb 15, 2014

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... which we accepted, then shared their sticky rice, spicy fish, pumpkin and weird pea-like cooked plant. We tried to ask about a boat to get to a nearby waterfall but we didn’t get far so decided to try again in the morning. We walked back down to the river and sat just admiring the lovely view. Despite the situation, it was a lovely spot. I had been thinking the boys would stay up late drinking, but surprisingly they went to bed at 7pm! We found the filthy but serviceable ...

Motorbike riding, the loop, coffee and waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by serendipity_ on Jan 26, 2014

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There was one more person staying at Mr. Vieng’s – Nick from Bavaria in Germany. Really nice chap who has been travelling on his own for many years now. He has spent 8 months in total in Laos only! He spoke amazing Lao and told us a little about the country. Another very inspirational person on our way. And another example of how travelling can change one’s personality – you could feel how calm and mindful he was.

The next morning I still ...

Pass on pakse

A travel blog entry by hdadventures on Jan 11, 2014

... a base to see the Baloven Plains or trekking. Trekking was out due to my foot - yes it still hurts (untreated hairline fracture me thinks - but it's on the mend now! ;) ), and the Baloven plains didn't appeal as they are cold..., and well we've both see coffee plantations before!

The rest of the town just closed, a few shops/markets and restaurants but most was shut fro the weekend or forever ... However, we did find an ...