Travel Blogs from Muang Pakxong
... overlooked the water and had yet another hammock to lay in.
There is a whole set of waterfalls along this river. But the one that made me really want to come here was Ta Soung. Various guides said things like: “The word 'breathtaking' doesn't really describe it -- it's awe-inspiring, and slightly nerve-wracking. Once you get used to the height, the views are excellent and it's one of the prettiest places ...
Tad Lo és un poble tan petit que ni el Google Maps el troba. Tot i això, vam pensar que seria una bona base d'operacions per explorar una part del Bolaven Plateu.
El Bolaven Plateu és una zona elevada del sud de Laos, on la gent viu bàsicament del turisme i de l'agricultura. Hi ha moltes plantacions de cafè i moltíssimes cascades, algunes de petites a d'altres que arriben als 120 metres.
Vam estar un parell de dies a Tad Lo. Esperàvem ...
... dripping on our heads from a leak in the roof and decided to leave straight away. We headed back to the restaurant to see the waterfall, get breakfast then waited on the road for the bus to drive past. It wasn't coming but a woman stopped for us and we hitch hiked back to pakse. Feeling tired and dirty we checked back into our hotel then found a place with a pool and decided to stop there the whole day. We lazed around by the pool for 6 hours sunbathing, doing the occasional swim ...
Départ pour le plateau des Boloven! Je me réconcilie pour l'occasion avec le scooter - après avoir goûté au bitume en Thaïlande j'étais un peu refroidie...- qui me le rend bien puisque nous n'aurons aucun souci sur nos 2 jours de route. Boucle ...
walked up the hill passed the evil Tad Lo Lodge and continued along
the road until we saw a dirt road leading to the Tat Lo waterfall. We
walked down the road and crossed some stones that were in the river
to get to the top of the waterfall We wanted to cross the river and
continue the trail on the other side, but there was no way to cross.
The stones were too far apart and there was no land connection. ...