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We arrived to Luang Prabang with high expectations because it will be our last stop in Laos. It was the perfect end, with an amazing waterfall and a (comercial) movie scene with monks. Some friends talked us about Kouang Si. A 30 meters high waterfall, which you can reach by walking through some pools of … More Luang Prabang, last stop in Laos
On our way to Luang Prabang, our main Laos’ destination, we had to decide whether to stop at Vang Vieng or not. We are not party people and we don’t really enjoy drunk people on the streets bothering and making noise, so we were quite hesitant on this one. We read that Laos Government had … More Vang Vieng, the party town
Everywhere we read, Vientiane was painted as a the most boring capital, so we planned a very short stop. However, it was all the contrary, people walking around the market, gym classes and even some guys paratreking. The night market was on its best, food was awesome in most places, coffee came with bakery that … More Vientiane, the most boring capital? Not at all!
Pakse is not only a great place to start a motorbike tour to enjoy waterfalls and coffee plantations, is also by itself a great place to enjoy city life. We spent about 3 days here, just going to a small coffee place by our hotel to work and enjoy the local bakery, and, of course, … More City life and good coffee in Pakse, Laos
A few days after the first tour and with the excitement still running, we decided to take a better one (according to the comments). So we did, rented a motorbike in Thakke and we were off for a 3 day loop around the area. The plan was simple, follow the great landscapes, search for caves, … More Around Laos by moto #2
Did anyone say motorbike trips are the best in Laos? They are indeed. By now we have been traveling with another couple, Aga and Damián, for a few weeks and we really wanted to enjoy this 2 day loop and we were blown away by the landscapes. First stop is a small waterfall where you … More Around Laos by moto #1
When anyone think about Cambodia, the first pictures you have in mind are Ankor Wat, Vietnam war and the red khmer dictatorship, beaches are not very known around here. After our visit to Phnom Penh and with the plan to move north and then to Laos, we were missing the beach, so we decided to … More Discovering Paradise in Cambodia
It seems that we are destined to attend all celebrations in Asia, we did the Balinese new year, Thai new year and then we arrived in Laos for the rainy season celebration. It is called Boung Bang Fang and it’s celebrated by launching home made rockets to the sky to provoque the rain to come. … More Laos welcoming the rain!
When you travel you’re open to new experiences, although they sometimes touch very sensitive fibers. The recent history of Cambodia is bloody and complex. Our visit to the detention center Tuol Sleng in Phnom Pehn, also known as S-21, and the killing fields of Choeung Ek, left a mark on us. We learnt a lot … More Cambodia’s hell gates
Eventhough South Bali is much more popular, we decided to visit the north to run away from the crowds and enjoy the paradise! We felt instantly in love after stepping in the blue clear water and see so much life! We were surrounded by the colorful fish, growing coral and metal status and only by … More North of Bali