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Day 10 -- Up A Lazy River

It is almost noon, and we're comfortably motoring up the Mekong. I say comfortably, because our boat for this two day trip is quite large, made of beautiful wood, with modern cushioned seats for about 40 people. In the far back is a bar and the latrine. But there's no one to serve at the...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on June 28, 2012 from Muang Pakbeng, Laos
from the travel blog: Southeast Asia (2012)



Slow boat down the Mekong

Took a 2 day trip down the Mekong the day after arriving back from the trek. It takes you and seemingly all the other tourists in this corner of Laos to the fine French concession and UNESCO heritage town of Luang Prabang. The Mekong was fast and big as the last moths rains had seen it swell...

permalink written by  Dan on August 17, 2008 from Muang Pakbeng, Laos
from the travel blog: Been there, Dan that!



Cruising down the Mekong, Day 2

Spent most of the evening in Pak Beng trying to dodge a Laos Professor who'd latched onto me at the guesthouse. Apparently he specialised in earthworms. "You've heard of earthworm?", he asked me during our first conversation. I knew he was a Professor and that he was working in the area. ...

permalink written by  olliejohnson on September 8, 2006 from Muang Pakbeng, Laos
from the travel blog: A man from Cockshutt.



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