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  1. Jernayde
    Jernayde
    01 May 2020
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    In all honesty, Laos is not my fave country. I would never tell anyone not to visit because there is plenty to see but it’s not what I expected. I really thought this would be really rural and authentic but lately its become a tourist hotspot which I think has changed the vibe of the top locations.

    Top top top thing to do is to go to kuang si falls! I would recommend renting a moped and going on your own so you can spend as much time as you like. Many hotels sell tours to the waterfall but only stay there for a few hours which isn’t enough.

    This place is incredible. You cannot go to Laos without visiting. I’ve never seen a more beautiful waterfall. That alone makes Luang prabang worth the trip.

    As a black woman, I was welcomed. Locals were friendly and interested to know where I had travelled from.

  2. Safirican
    Safirican
    10 May 2018
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    Laos is one of those countries that reached deep into your soul and demands to emote unlike any other country I’ve been to. I started my trip in the capital Vientiane by visiting the Buddha Park which was incredibly surreal. Think loads of giant god sculptures spread around a park full of school kids that are more curious about the African walking around that the 20 foot high Krishna!

    After that I got the bus to Vang Vieng which used to be the clubbing capital of south east asia until the local authorities got tired of young westerners dying in the river after drinking too much and jumping into the river. I got to do some tame tubing here, some ziplining and kayaking. Most of the activities revolve around the river and can be booked the day before on one of the numerous activity shops in the town. There is also a reggae bar! and a pizza place across that serves a ‘happy pizza’ laced with gods own herbs for those that feel brave enough.

    Further north I went to Luang Parabang for a few days before catching a 2 day river boat and sailing slowly into Thailand.

    Cant wait to go back..

    @safirican

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