Nam Song River Tubing in Vang Vieng, Laos Isn't Dead Yet!

Nam Song River Tubing in Vang Vieng, Laos Isn’t Dead Yet!

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One of the most iconic Southeast Asia destinations is Vang Vieng and tubing down the Nam Song River.  From the “Same Same, but Different” t-shirts we have seen all over Asia and the world, to the countless stories told, we were ready for this!  We met up with our new friends from Australia, Rikki and Jesse, to go […]

The Vieng Xai Caves, Laos - Bunkers of the Communist Pathet Lao

The Vieng Xai Caves, Laos – Bunkers of the Communist Pathet Lao

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Pathet Lao History Lesson The organization under this name first appeared in 1950, when it was adopted by Lao forces under Prince Souphanouvong who was of the royal family of Lao, who joined the Viet Minh’s revolt against the colonial French authorities in Indochina during the First Indochina War. Prince Souphanouvong, who had spent seven […]

Saying Goodbye To Hanoi, Food, and Friends - A Bittersweet Exit

Saying Goodbye To Hanoi Food and Friends – A Bittersweet Exit

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Tomorrow morning we leave for our motorbike tour of Southeast Asia. We hear great things from just about everyone who has done it, or wished they had. We have procured our Laotian visas and are packed and ready to go. We spent much longer in Hanoi that originally planned with no regrets. We have said […]