Suksavanh River Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... the river to check out the views. We realised we were getting very close to going over the 6pm deadline. We had to paddle for the last 10 minutes and run our tubes back. It was like a scene from a movie when they stop a bomb going off just seconds before the clock hits 0. We made it. We'd recommend tubing to anyone. It really is up to you whether to get involved in the party, or to simply float down and enjoy the views. A few people we spoke to did it twice to experience ...
We began our journey south from Luang Prabang with a long but lovely drive over mountains and ridges to the town of Vang Vieng. The scenery in the area is dramatic, with limestone cliffs and small mountains rising abruptly from the flat river floodplain. With lots of waterfalls, caves, and springs in the area, it was the perfect spot to take a day to cool off from the hot sun.
After our amazing day of cycling in Luang Namtha ...
... taken to 'Hanoi Riverside Hostel' - the taxi driver had no idea what we were talking about. I showed him the address and we were off. About 30 minutes later we arrived at what we thought was our hostel. A man knocked on Jack's door and got into the taxi - very strange behaviour. He informed us that our room had got wet in the rain and we could not stay there, instead he had kindly saved us another room in a different 'King ...
... and untouched. The next morning we caught the slow boat down the Mekong river. This journey took us 2 days and was an excellent way to see the country, and a really relaxing way to travel (apart from all the other noisy backpackers!) The scenery was really incredible and we got to see some proper jungle. After 2 days on the river, we arrived in Luang Prabang - a delightful town full of the old French influence. We had ...
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Of course nothing is black and white. The problem lies with the inequitable distribution of the ...