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  • Luang PrabangДень перелёта. Мы остановились в хостеле. Обстановка напомнила нам путешествие по Южной Америке - много молодёжи, встретили израилтян, которые путешествуют после службы в армии. В городе много буддистских монастырей, есть достаточно древние, например, Posted by david_irina in Vietnam-Cambodia-Laos | Apr 6, 2019
  • One Day Trekking In Luang Namtha The main reason for most travellers who reached Luang Namtha was to do trekking. The Nam Ha National Protected Area which is a vast and dense forest reserve area in northern Laos within Luang Namtha made trekking opportunity possible. There Posted by kidd27 in Don Wai Market/Hanoi & Halong Bay | Mar 30, 2019
  • Biking through Luang Namtha 2The second day of biking through the Luang Namtha Valley Route yet again provide another exciting and unforgettable memory. Seriously, even before I started my bike journey here in Luang Namtha, all the good old memories of Thakhek Loop bike Posted by kidd27 in Chiang Mai | Mar 30, 2019
  • Biking through Luang NamthaLuang Namtha province was located in the northern of Laos which neighbouring Thailand and China making it one of the most exciting road entry and exit point from and to both countries. Travellers and business people from China have been Posted by kidd27 in Chiang Mai | Mar 29, 2019
  • The road to Luang NamthaThe road trip from Bangkok, Thailand to Luang Namtha, Laos was indeed a very long journey though i have no more than 3 days to spend. But this to me is one of the beauty or the art of travelling Posted by kidd27 in Chiang Mai | Mar 23, 2019
  • Luang PrabangA small city of 65,000 and so relaxing and yet educational to experience the history of such a foreign Country. The Government may be Communist but it certainly doesn't show in how the people go about their daily Posted by Gary-Marie-Anne in South East Asia | Mar 8, 2019
  • January 16, 2019, Pakse On my second day in Vientiane, I followed the rest of the Lonely Planet cycling tour. [img=https://photos Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Jan 16, 2019
  • January 14, 2019, Vientiane January 14, 2019 Early in the morning we walked, no ran, to the bus stop because Gustav thought we’d be late. We were half an hour early and the tickets were more expensive than at the hotel. On Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Jan 14, 2019
  • January 12, 2019, Luang Prabang I grabbed a bunch of bananas and got thrown onto a truck. Nobody told us what time we were leaving, so everyone was waiting and angry. While they waited, I also had to fill my water bottle Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Jan 12, 2019
  • January 11, 2019, Pak Beng, Laos We were probably two hours early for the boat, but we had to sit in our seats at that time because there were no assigned numbers. I saw a friendly looking lady who looked like my uncle’s Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Jan 11, 2019
  • January 10, 2019, Huay Xai, Laos January 10, 2019 I woke up at 4 a.m. to the sound of a mouse or a rat eating my apples! Oh my lord get out of there! I threw some nearby garbage at it. I tried to Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Jan 10, 2019
  • January 26-27, 2019, Don Khong, Laos I was relieved the two Koreans didn't follow me to the next island like I thought they might. I might have been called upon to be some kind of mediator over who knows what problem may have Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 2, 2019
  • January 24-25, 2019, Don Det, Laos I woke up way early and had a tuna omelette with sticky rice for breakfast. The owner owed me 5,000 kip from the first night. I wondered if this was his sneaky way of getting repeat customers. Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 1, 2019
  • January 22-23, 2019, Don Khon, Laos I caught the bus with lots of time to spare and chatted with a French guy who worked in China 10 years ago. The Finnish people were on the same bus, but they were going to Cambodia Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 1, 2019
  • January 20-21, 2019, Pakse, Laos On the way back to Pakse, we stopped at one more waterfall for good measure I guess. Tat Fan was 120 metres high, but we could only see it from a distance. A curly haired guy in Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 1, 2019
  • January 19, 2019, Paksong, Laos At breakfast of weird sandwiches and overpriced coffee in a bamboo mug... I told the story about las Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 1, 2019
  • January 18, 2019 Captain Hook's homestay I had a great breakfast of coffee, omelette and heart shaped rice. I was a little disappointed they randomly put noodles in my omelette though. We took off on our motorcycles, but for whatever reason, E Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 1, 2019
  • South East Asia: hello paradise!The first thing we did in Vietnam, was searching for baguette. The French introduced it to Vietnam when it was part of the French Indochina, and we couldn't think of anything else when we crossed the border. Finally bread again! Posted by LinetteV in Our Journey By Bike | Feb 23, 2019
  • Luang Prabang Monks leaving a wat. This was our second trip to Laos. Previously we have crossed into Vientienne from Nong Khai in Thailand but just for a day trip. Th Posted by irenevt in Irene's Old Travel Pages - Asia. | Jan 28, 2019
  • Vang Vieng #02[]Two days after the incredible fun that we had at the Blue Lagoon and Tham Phu Kham cave, we discovered on our guide book the presence of other important spots to visit, one of those is called Tham Na Posted by iMush in Laos | Jun 16, 2013
  • Luang Prabang[]Day by day that our experience in Vang Vieng [Vang-Vieng-travel-guide-1308486] was going to finish, we had to say our goodbyes to Hasina and Michael, the canadian girl was going to Thailand to have s Posted by iMush in Laos | Jun 18, 2013
  • Pak Ou caves & Kuang Si falls[]We needed to find a petrol station because the rental, as the contract that we signed says, begins without fuel in the scooters. Not bad, we've asked at the woman in the hostel and she told us that i Posted by iMush in Laos | Jun 20, 2013
  • Vientiane[]I started my personal travel in Laos from its capital Vientiane [Vientiane-travel-guide-1040503]. I reached the spot by taking a night train from Bangkok to Nong Khai, the last city before the bord Posted by iMush in Laos | Jun 9, 2013
  • Vang Vieng #01[]06/13/2013 - After more or less five hours by bus from Vientiane [Vientiane-travel-guide-1040503], we've arrived in Vang Vieng [Vang-Vieng-travel-guide-1308486]. The bus stopped at the old airstrip ( Posted by iMush in Laos | Jun 14, 2013
  • Slow boat to ThailandWe enjoyed the slow boat to Thailand. The second day of the journey was much better and more than made up for the first day - we did not want it to end!! Travelling by boat in Laos - at least central/north Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Dec 1, 2018
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