Phuthevada Hotel

Ban Bang Liang, Muang Pakxong, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Muang Pakxong

Day 50 - Adventure Time!

A travel blog entry by kriso80

1

... in the dump... "I'll be back in 20 mins" I told the lady, and high tailed it back to the other guesthouse. I wasn't too worried, as I had deliberately hidden it along with a load of cash and traveller's cheques. Sometimes I don't always want to carry it all around with me so I hide it in the room, as I also don't trust it won't be stolen if I leave it on the side... The man promptly got my old key and took me to the room, I had shoes on and they'd just cleaned so he went ...

Bolaven Plateau & Tad Fane Waterfall

A travel blog entry by kriso80

... cool, especially at night. Its fertile plains allow farmers to produce some of the best tea and coffee in the country (coffee remains Laos' biggest agricultural export.) Tourism has become another important source of income for locals as the area has almost unlimited trekking and daytrip opportunities. Bolaven Plateau & Tad Fane Waterfall - The impressive Tad Fane twin falls thunder over 100 metres down ...

Homestays, hassles and hammocks

A travel blog entry by sarzmc

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... guidebook, so we weren’t sure what to expect. Nath and the boat driver disappeared up a steep path for what seemed like ages, while I waited with the packs and boat. There were heaps of lovely butterflies, but also flies!

When they both returned, Nath told me it was basic accommodation but that we could stay there, so we paid the boat driver and he headed off. Basic was right – it was like school camp, with dodgy twin beds, dusty sheets and blankets and a ...

Motorbike riding, the loop, coffee and waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by serendipity_

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... 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 ...

Pass on pakse

A travel blog entry by hdadventures

... 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 ...

Location

This hotel, located on Ban Bang Liang, Muang Pakxong, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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