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Luang Prabang


My first stop in Laos was arrived at by slow boat from Thailand over two days. The trip was beautiful and LP was a great time, too, not to mention plenty beautiful in its own right.

Blog - I'm in Laos

72 files, last one added on May 28, 2008
Album viewed 44 times

Vang Vieng


Tubing capital of the world... and so much more. Situated on the Nam Song river and surrounded by karst, it is home to kayaking, rock climbing, caving, and more. And the drive from Luang Prabang is nothing to sleep through, either.

Blog - SE Asia By Innertube: The Vang Vieng Story

69 files, last one added on May 29, 2008
Album viewed 45 times

South-Central Laos


From the capital village of villages, Vientiane, to the Bolaven Plateau and finally where the Mekong River spreads into a sea of 4000 islands in Si Pha Don, I travelled south in Laos towards the Cambodian border.

Blog - Vientiane on the Quick

55 files, last one added on Jun 05, 2008
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Phnom Penh


The first stop in Cambodia, largely due to a lack of infrastructure, was the capital city of Phnom Penh. It was a harrowing journey and a harrowing city with an indefinable charm all the same.

Blog - Phnom Penh Expedition

35 files, last one added on Jun 05, 2008
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Siem Reap


A stopover in northwest Cambodia to explore the legendary temples of Angkor Wat and area.

Blog - Angkor Wat's What

32 files, last one added on Jun 18, 2008
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Ho Chi Minh (Saigon)


Whatever you call it, my first stop in Vietnam was a pleasant one with its own character and quite distinct from Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand. Tunnels, the Mekong Delta, and history await.

Blog - Don't Miss Saigon

43 files, last one added on Jun 25, 2008
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Mui Ne is Money


A small beach town four hours north of Ho Chi Minh was a great place to scale some sand dunes and look out over fishing villages and the South China Sea.

Blog - Mui Ne Is Money

22 files, last one added on Jun 25, 2008
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Dalat-ful Hills


Escaping the heat and humidity is just one great reason to come up into Vietnam's hilly centre and sit yourself down in this mountain lake town.

Blog - Dalat-ful Hills

42 files, last one added on Jun 25, 2008
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Hoi An


A quick stop in Nha Trang for some diving and then up to Hoi An, famous for its tailors, old town charm, and beachy delights.

Blog - Beaches and Seams

32 files, last one added on Jun 29, 2008
Album viewed 40 times

Hue and Hanoi


Fourteen hours absorbing everything I could from this historic town. An impressive citadel, a more impressive tomb, pagoda, and some of the most delicious fruit shakes known to man. And finally a day in the capital city, Hanoi, before heading off to Halong Bay.

Blog - Hue, Hanoi and the News

19 files, last one added on Jul 08, 2008
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Halong Bay Days


Three days in Vietnam's karst reef of Halong Bay exploring the many pinnacles and taking a short trek on Cat Ba island.

Blog - Halong Bay in Three Days

36 files, last one added on Jul 08, 2008
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Sapa Bien


My last stop in Vietnam (and SE Asia) was one of the greatest. The French hill station of Sapa near the Chinese border was a mountainous region filled with rice terraces, minority villages, and trekking opportunities along the great valley.

Blog - Sapa Bien

49 files, last one added on Jul 08, 2008
Album viewed 43 times

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Random files - Asia
Smack in the Middle17 viewsAlright, one more shot, then I'll move on.
Long Way Down15 viewsLucky Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta didn't fall.
Boat to Beauty18 viewsAfter all too much confusion, our boat trip to Halong Bay and Cat Ba Island begins.
Red Rockies14 viewsThey may not be so spectacular by photo, but they were beautiful in person.
Smiling Welcome10 viewsBuddha is always a jovial fellow.
Road to Ruin11 viewsThis part of the Great Wall is not so touristed and as a result it's not being maintained. It's much more appealing to walk the original wall.
Silk and Their Ilk6 viewsAll of these have a worm inside but they'll soon escape and then the cuccoon is used.
Making Flour22 viewsThe beginning stages of rice noodles.

Last additions - Asia
Not Going To Miss35 viewsThere are a few things I won't miss about China. Rolled up shirts are one of them.Aug 16, 2008
The Flying Fox41 viewsNot to brag or anything, but this was one heck of a flying fox.Aug 08, 2008
Fast Way Down39 views20 minutes walking or a Flying Fox trip to the bottom? Decision made.Aug 08, 2008
Back at the Bridge35 viewsThe Simatai crossing.Aug 08, 2008
Suspense Bridge36 viewsWooden planks are not the only thing near the end of their ropes.Aug 08, 2008
View of Simatai32 viewsIn the upper left you can see the bridge and lake that mark Simatai, the end of my journey.Aug 08, 2008
Final Towers34 viewsIf you look in the distance you can see the wall goes on but my destination is at the bottom of that valley.Aug 08, 2008
Reclaiming the Wall32 viewsIt came from the Earth and the planet wants it back. Weeds have taken over a thousand years but they're breaching China's defences.Aug 08, 2008