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After 28 hours of travelling... we made it!

Well the bus journey continued to get worse during the night as we guessed it inevitably would and we broke down about 2 hours short of Luang Prabang and we had to wait for a sawngthaew to take us the final stretch. Worst of all was our bags got loaded on the first one and there...

permalink written by  chrischarly on July 25, 2011 from Louang Namtha, Laos
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly's Passage through SE Asia



Llegamos a Laos...

Nuestro primer encuentro con el río Mekong fue para cruzar la frontera entre Tailandia y Laos. Menos de 100 metros de ancho separan a un país del otro donde el río ejerce de frontera física entre ambos. El río que nace en el Tíbet recorre 6 países del sud este asiático: China, Myanmar...

permalink written by  Paso a Paso on October 7, 2010 from Louang Namtha, Laos
from the travel blog: PASO A PASO



Loaung Namtha - Laos (from Dispatches)

Just heard that Nuttter has rented a bicycle ( I know, Nuttter on wheels - scary) and is cycling around Louang Namtha like a kid. Internet access and connection speed makes the hampster-powered Thailand look like FIOS so messages are short. The bus from Chiang Khong to Louang Namtha took...

permalink written by  Groovespook on July 16, 2009 from Louang Namtha, Laos
from the travel blog: Nuttter's S.E. Asian Escapade



A superb Green Discovery trek

Our last evening in Luang Phabang ended with us getting a full refund for the laundry to compensate for the lost shirt. We felt a bit guilty as they had done a good job with the clothes they did return, but it still probably wasn't enough to cover the replacement shirt. In the morning my...

permalink written by  The Happy Couple on April 8, 2009 from Louang Namtha, Laos
from the travel blog: Michael's Round-the-World honeymoon



Bit of a washout

All the treks were cancelled and the river was too high to raft on but Louang Namtha was still a pleasant introduction the the more relaxes Laos ways that I will be experiencing over the next month. Its a nice little town, incredibly small its actually the capital of the northern province of the...

permalink written by  Dan on August 12, 2008 from Louang Namtha, Laos
from the travel blog: Been there, Dan that!



Welcome to Laos!

18 hours travelling several different "buses" one landslide and two muddy feet but I made it and its lovely. Very quiet and relaxed compared to a certain neighbor. Raining at the moment looks like it has been for a while. more soon!

permalink written by  Dan on August 10, 2008 from Louang Namtha, Laos
from the travel blog: Been there, Dan that!



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