Journeying along the Mekong River that courses through Laos, and driving along the rough roads that rise and dip through the lush interior, I found a wealth of treasures: riverside villages where women wove traditional textiles, wonderful coffee shops in Luang Prabang, the UNESCO World Heritage city, charming waterfront chalets and restaurants in the town of Vang Vieng that's noted for its adventure sports and much more. This short YouTube video slideshow provides a window into my two-week trip in Laos.
Friday, October 10, 2014
Laos In Pictures
Posted by J The Travel Authority at 3:21 PM
Labels: Asia/Africa, coffee, Laos, restaurants, river, Southeast Asia, travel, water
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Beautiful and fascinating. Another place for my bucket list!
I have always been fascinated by this part of the world. Thanks for the photos.
Beautiful, Jeanine. So colorful there.
Your travels are fascinating!
Hi Brette, Yes, my list is ever growing, too.
Hi Alexandra, glad you liked my photos. SE Asia was always top on my list.
Hi merr, much thanks for your kind comments.
Hi Jane Louise, It was hard to put the camera down. There was something lively around every corner.
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