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A Little Laos

From the beauty of Chiang Mai, Thailand, we left heading north then east, bound for a border and river journey into the heart of Laos. With new friends by our side we stocked up on a few essentials and prepared for the cruise that would take two days down the Mekong, stopping only to spend the night in a remote village perched on the edge of the swift moving muddy water. 1,115 more words

Tubing etiquette

Being a northerner in England, the whole idea of the tube is foreign to me – not needing a car, having a train available every two minutes and getting around the whole city hassle free. 470 more words

What to do with Water Toys in the Winter

There are lots of articles written about winterizing a boat engine and all that is required for storage… what what do you do with water toys? 73 more words


Rainy Day Activities

I shouldn’t laugh because that almost happened to me, but I was tubing in the ocean like a normal person. ¬†Sucks for you, buddy.

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Welcome to the Wild West....Northern Sumatra...

So we went to Sumatra. We had heard mixed reviews, one from a backpacker (negative) and one from friends who had gone to Lake Toba on holiday. 4,370 more words

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Vang Vieng - the Home of Tubing

I write this laid down across a cushioned bench, drinking a cappuccino in a quaint cafe in Vang Vieng, with a faint ringing sound coming from inside my ears and a slight nausea feeling from my stomach. 2,228 more words

Vang Vieng

Vang Vieng is a small town in Northern Laos with a dark history. After three days in Luang Prabang, recovering from the slow boat and adjusting to a new currency, new language, new culture and new foods, I caught a bus. 830 more words