Exactly one year ago today I was in Vang Vieng, Laos, having my first ever Tubing experience. In these post-travel times, it’s hard not to get bummed out when looking back through photos of the last year, but the photos from my day tubing always cheer me up. It was a day of fun and … More Photo Of The Week: One Year Ago Today
So as you probably already know, as well as running this site, I also do a bit of freelance writing and guest posts for other sites. Check out my most recent post on Travellution‘s site, all about my experience tubing in Vang Vieng last year.
As nice as our stay at Sisavang Guesthouse was, we’d heard about lots of places in Vang Vieng where you could stay in little cabanas on stilts, right on the river front. So on our second day there we went out in search of such a place. We came across quite a few different options, … More Hostel Review: Banana Bungalows, Vang Vieng
After spending four hours on a bus from Vientiane, we were keen to quickly find somewhere to dump our bags before heading out to explore Vang Vieng. We soon came across Sisavang Guesthouse, a cute little place set just back from the main road. At first they offered us a large room, with three beds … More Hostel Review: Sisavang Guesthouse, Vang Vieng
I only spent 2 days in Vang Vieng, but those two days were some of the best on my travels so far…here’s some of my top tips on things to do if you’re ever on ‘Party Island’: 1. Stay at Banana Bungalows, it’s cheap and absolutely gorgeous. For only 60,000 Kip (about £5), you get … More Top 10 Things To Do In Vang Vieng
This week we found ourselves in Vang Vieng, seemingly party capital of Laos. One of the best things you can do in VV is go tubing on the river…there are loads of bars along the way, all trying to entice you with their special deals. But we fancied something a little more laid back, so … More Photo Of The Week: Tubing In Vang Vieng