Villa Luang Sokxay

Address: Phousi Rd., Luang Prabang, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Villa
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This villa is located on Phousi Rd., Luang Prabang.
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    Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang

    Two journeys by bus, two by boat

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Jul 26, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... so ate what is becoming our typical lunch, a bowl of noodle soup. Fortunately Laos noodles are generally rice noodles, so I've been able to eat the noodles here. We're not fully clear exactly how vegetarian noodle soup with vegetables is, as sometimes there are suspect bits floating around, but you eat what comes... The second bus, to Muang Khua (pronounced Kwar) was similar, although this time the back seat had been given over to large boxes, and we put our rucksacks on top of ...

    Tat Kuang Si Waterfalls & Teaching

    A travel blog entry by cth-road on Jun 23, 2015

    15 photos

    ... remain forever. On July 6th, I will reach Chennai and then I will put it to use again over there.)

    In the evening, the English class grew again. This time there were 17 boys age 14 to 20, but no girls; they had to sell lottery tickets. Teaching 17 kids is way different than 4, but it was great and everybody enjoyed. The ...

    Chasing the view

    A travel blog entry by brooke.guerrini on May 20, 2015

    55 photos

    ... at the temple at the top. The path up went through a neighbourhood at first and at one point was blocked by local boys playing a variation of volleyball. The locals reassured us we were going the right way as there were no signs (something we've grown accustomed to). Finally we reached some official looking steps and a guy selling tickets to the temple. When we got there, it was packed but we still managed to get some good pictures and enjoy ...

    Pass on the fresh rats.

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Apr 09, 2015

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... completely overgrown, when so much creeping vegetation grows so quickly in these steamy Asian countries. Limestone cliffs and caves become exposed with the burn off. Laos is very scenic.

    We saw resourceful children using banana leaves to shield themselves from some of the rain, and belled cattle, noisily headed home, negotiating traffic, as they do everyday.

    As we approached one of the small villages and ...

    Luang Prabang

    A travel blog entry by helenandadam on Mar 03, 2015

    5 photos

    We were up early (woken by loud gong and drums at 4am!) to get back on the boat, but it was too misty to go at 7.30 so we pulled up alongside the bank and went panning for gold! We visited the Pak Ou caves. These were an important pilgrimage site for Buddhists. They never throw a Buddha away so even when the cave Buddhas were damaged in the civil war they were still kept so there were over 5000 Buddhas in the cave. We left flowers from our welcoming ceremony as an offering. ...