We are going on a 3-month trip to South East Asia from end of August until end of November and we want to spend about 2 weeks between Luang Prabang and Vientiane. Our preferred route would take us there in the second half of September but we could also try to squeeze it in some time in late October/early November. Would that mean a lot less rain and easier travel? By the way, I love your website and I have recommended it to loads of people.
#1Danka has been a member since 23/4/2006. Posts: 24
Posted by petervienna on 13/6/2006 at 20:05
Sabaydee Danka ! it is raining less end October, beg. of November and it is also cooler. Give me more details about your plans to find the perfect one for your trip to Laos ! Where are you comming from, your name sounds Salvic ! Peter, Vienna, Austria
#2petervienna has been a member since 13/6/2006. Posts: 15
Posted by Danka on 15/6/2006 at 18:09
Hi Peter! Thanks for your message. The route works out much better for us going to Laos in the second half of Sep so we will probably do that. I also prefer the heat and as you said, in Oct/Nov it would be colder. I am just wondering whether it would still be possible to go hiking and tubing and all that in Sep or if it would be too wet for those kind of activities.
By the way, yes, my name is Slavic. I from Germany and I'm half Croatian (but I live in Ireland).
#3Danka has been a member since 23/4/2006. Posts: 24
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