Athena Hotel

Ban Pabad, City Centre, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Gateway to the south

A travel blog entry by jandkross


Our Lao Airlines flight from Vientiane to Pakse was at 11.15 on Tuesday morning. After breakfast we checked out of our lovely suite at the Lao Orchid and took a tuk tuk for the short journey to the airport. Check in took no time at all but security was slower mainly because, for some reason, they also did a passport check.

The flight, on …

Life in Pakse

A travel blog entry by emj2013


Hi folks :-)

This will be a turning point entry, up to this point the plan for the trip had been to travel alone, and in a few days the plan changes for the better. These last few weeks, in Ayutthaya and over the border here in Pakse, I have been doing that, and I have met more lovely people. For instance, on my way in to Pakse on the bus …

Back to Pakse

A travel blog entry by sumac


Up and packed, it's our last day with Woodie and Ruth today as John and I will fly from HCMC to Pakse in Laos. We all breakfast in a street noodle place as they have eggs as well as meat. I thought they'd fry my eggs but they simply dropped two into the soupy noodles so a bit poached and a bit raw in places. I ate carefully thinking of bird …

Pool and more Pool

A travel blog entry by sumac


Today is a holiday within a holiday for us. We take our washing to be done and then just relax by the pool. We chat to a Thai man who is a racing yachtsman from Phuket. His coach is Brian (?) who also coaches the English Olympic team, his is the second best boat in Thailand. We thought we would treat ourselves to another night here and checked …

Motorbike riding, the loop, coffee and waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by serendipity_


... t feel good, but at least I could get up without the shrilling stomach ache. Nick asked Ms. Noy to make some light rice veg soup for breakfast which was easy on stomach. We packed up but didn’t leave straight away. I didn’t sleep all night and felt really weak, so tried to catch up on sleep on the hammock.

But let’s move on! Our next stop: Tad Lo – little village with very pretty waterfall and few guesthouses. Apart from the waterfall there was not ...

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This hotel, located on Ban Pabad, City Centre, Pakse, is near Phou Asa Mountain.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding