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Die Grenze, die Verrueckte macht

Endlich wieder ein Lebenszeichen von uns, nach so langer Zeit. Vor lauter Entspannen kamen wir irgendwie nicht zum Schreiben, wir waren einfach zu beschaeftigt. Aber nun sind wir vollgefuttert und haben wieder ein bisschen mehr Muse ueber. Wir sind jetzt seit 2 Tagen in Laos. Nach ein...

permalink written by   on December 9, 2012 from Chiang Khong, Thailand
from the travel blog: MaTi in Südostasien



And yet another painful journey!..

At 7am, our alarms went off to see torrential rain outside; great start to the day… So, considering we had been carrying our yellow ponchos around for 3 months we decided to give them a try so we wouldn’t be drenched all day. Well, they weren’t exactly ponchos, and more like yellow thin...

permalink written by  chrischarly on July 24, 2011 from Chiang Khong, Thailand
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly's Passage through SE Asia



The Mighty Mekong.

Nuttter arrives in the luxury of an AIR-CONDITIONED VAN to Chiang Khong today. A border town between Thailand (good-bye) and Laos (Hello!). Chiang Khong is a popular back-packing village/town/collection-of-small-buildings clinging to the mighty Mekong River, abound with spectacular views of...

permalink written by  Groovespook on July 16, 2009 from Chiang Khong, Thailand
from the travel blog: Nuttter's S.E. Asian Escapade



Passing into IndoChina

26 December 2007 Luang Prabang, world heritage city, Laos (For some reason not marked on the google map (thet goes for the whole of laos), so the border will have to do) Before anything else we would like to wish everyone a very merry christmas! Our christmas has been somewhat......

permalink written by  ourindochina on December 26, 2007 from Chiang Khong, Thailand
from the travel blog: The Indo China Adventure (incl Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia)



On the way to Laos

First stop before the Slow-boat to Luang Prabang

permalink written by  Omri Har-Shemesh on May 15, 2007 from Chiang Khong, Thailand
from the travel blog: Traveling to Thailand (and Laos, and Cambodia, and Vietnam)



Cruising down the Mekong, Day 1

The bus journey from Chiang Mai to Chiang Khong was perhaps the funniest one yet. We were all picked up from our guesthouses and taken to the travel companies offices to get the Laos visa sorted there. As it was still only 1500 Baht I went with it. When we all got back on the minibus there...

permalink written by  olliejohnson on September 7, 2006 from Chiang Khong, Thailand
from the travel blog: A man from Cockshutt.



Chiang Mai to Chiang Khong

After a good night's sleep and a nice shower we realised we had sorely misjudged the amount of days we needed in Northern Thailand and to our horror discovered that plan B "sitting by the hostel pool" was thwarted by cloudy weather. So plan C "random daytrips" was called into...

permalink written by  Murph, Tay, Colly and Erin on April 6, 2006 from Chiang Khong, Thailand
from the travel blog: The Smug Adventures of Murph, Tay, Colly & Erin



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