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1 Woche in Cambodia

Mittwoch den 13. Februar haben Stefan und ich uns von Laos verabschiedet und sind mit dem Minibus nach Siem Reap in Cambodia gefahren. Es war eine ziemlich lange Reise wir sind um 8h30 mit einem Boot zum Festland gestartet wir waren auf Don Det einer d
Tags: Travel, Cambodia, Laos, Stefan, Mittwoch, Reise


1 week in Cambodia

On Wednesday February 13 Stefan and I left Laos and we went by minibus to Siem Reap in Cambodia. It was a very long trip we started at 830AM with a ferry to the main land we had been on Don Det one of the 4000 islands at 930 we had a minivan to t
Tags: Travel, Cambodia, Laos, Siem Reap, Stefan, Don Det


Vang Vieng – Laos’ misunderstood paradise

The once sleepy backwater on located on the popular South East Asia tourist trail now has the title of “tubing capital of the world”, it’s also a popular place with party goers. Although is it there still much more to Vang Vieng? Our guest blogger Gilad Gamliel from Anxious and Abroad.com visited to find out… Ask any backpacker...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Laos, South East Asia, Vang Vieng, Gilad Gamliel


Discovering the Value of Slow Travel – Why We Chose to Stay in Chiang Mai

When I made my first packing list for our RTW sabbatical, I included maps and guidebooks but I never thought of bringing along a paper calendar. At home, we have one in just about every room of our house, but for some reason, I thought time would be less relevant on the road. The truth is, it can be hard to keep track of months, let alone days when traveling long-term. That’s why I now keep a paper calendar in my bag everywhere I go. And according to that calendar, we are just about to start a n...
Tags: Travel, Google, Asia, New York, Featured, Bali, Australia, Thailand, Bud, Cambodia, Bird, Tokyo, Vietnam, Laos, Bangkok, Luang Prabang


Pakse the Bolevan Plateau and some pretty fabulous waterfalls

Pakse is the second largest city in Laos for visitors it is most known for being close to the Bolaven Plateau full of waterfalls traditional villages and coffee plantations Wat Phu a temple that predates Angkor Watt and the 4000 islands laid bac
Tags: Travel, Laos, Pakse, Angkor Watt, Bolaven Plateau, Bolevan Plateau


5 Tage in Vientiane Pakse und auf den 4000 Inseln

Donnerstag den 7. Februar haben Stefan und ich den 13h30 Bus von Vang Vieng zur Hauptstadt von Laos genommen Vientiane. Die Busfahrt war ganz okay und zum Glck hielt der Bus nicht weit von unserem Hostel an so dass wir nicht noch einen Tuk Tuk nehmen
Tags: Travel, Laos, Vientiane, Stefan, Donnerstag, Vientiane Pakse, Vang Vieng zur Hauptstadt


How Cancelling Grab Car Booking During the Ride Could Risk Your Life

We usually take the Grab Car to go to the airport or while traveling in ASEAN countries such as Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Laos. In one of our rides from the airport back to our home last year, the Grab driver requested me to cancel my Grab Car booking so he doesn’t need to pay the commission back to Grab. The young man kept on asking for me to cancel the Grab booking so he can make the extra bucks. For many people, it could be why not since it doesn’t really ‘harm us’ anyways. Howeve...
Tags: Travel, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Laos, Headline, Samsung Galaxy Note, Asean, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Tech / Gadgets, Singapore Thailand Vietnam, AnniversaryGrabCar Luxury Limousine


Vietnam

I wrote a story in my next book about all the places that I’m supposed to go to, or want to go to, or should go to. For a long time, Vietnam was near the very top of that list. We have friends that live in Vietnam, settling there after a few years of living in Japan, Laos, and Thailand. An assortment of commitments had prevented us from visiting them in Vietnam (and previously, in Laos and Thailand, two other places on my list), but when we saw them last summer in France, we sat down together i...
Tags: Travel, Food, Asia, France, Restaurants, Markets, Thailand, Hotel, Bananas, Vietnam, Dining, Laos, Hue, Google Translate, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang


Mit dem Boot von Huay Xai nach Luang Prabang

Montag Morgen den 28. Januar habe ich Chiang Mai verlassen und habe meine Reise nach Laos in einem Minibus begonnen. Die Fahrt wrde 3 Tage dauern 1 Tag zur Grenze 1 Tag um die Grenze zu berqueren und um mit dem Slowboat nach Pakbeng zu fahren 1 T
Tags: Travel, Laos, Luang Prabang, Chiang Mai, Grenze, von Huay Xai, Montag Morgen, Pakbeng


With the Slow boat from Huay Xai to Luang Prabang

On Monday morning January 28th I left Chiang Mai by Minivan and started my journey to Laos. The journey would take 3 days 1 day to the border 1 day to cross the border and to go by slow boat to Pakbeng 1 day by slow boat from Pakbeng to Luang Prabang
Tags: Travel, Laos, Luang Prabang, Chiang Mai, Huay Xai, Pakbeng


Don Mueang Airport vs KLIA2 Review

As a frequent traveller all these years, I have visited more than 50 different airports ranging from really small to mega world class airports, and I guess it is time that I put some focus on airport reviews now.  This is not my first airport review as towards the end of this article, I will share some of my other airport reviews done over the last few years.However, in this review, I would like to emphasise on the current budget or low cost terminals that have changed travel rapidly in t...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, Airports, China, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Aviation, Laos, Bangkok, Klia2, Airasia, Asean, Kuala Lumpur International Airport


6 Tips to Save Serious Money on Your Holidays

There is a popular phrase that we have all come across by now at some point during our social media scrolls, which proudly states “If travelling was free, you’d never see me again.” While we can relate to this somewhat exaggerated statement, the fact is that travelling isn’t really free for most of us and our best bet is to try and minimise the expenses, as best as we possibly can! To help you keep your travelling goals alive and not go bankrupt in the process, here are six practical tips that ...
Tags: Travel, Turkey, Paris, Alain Ducasse, Venice, Laos, Zurich, Budget Travel, Travel Blog, Michelin Star


The Dark Side of Travel: What You Should Know About Drug Tourism

“In the U.S. you have to be a deviant or die of boredom.” William S. Burroughs said that. He’s among the most famous American drug tourists. A trendsetter. He would routinely go to Tangier, a city in Morroco known for the availability of drugs, and get high and write. Now drug tourism is a thriving industry in its own right. Loads of young Westerners and addicts with varying circumstances are traveling all over the world to places where drug laws are lax, more drugs are available, or different d...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, California, Southeast Asia, America, Amsterdam, Medellin, Laos, Columbia, Tangier, William S Burroughs, Morroco, Peru Ayahuasca, Amsterdam Marijuana


How to Find a Safe Place to Smoke Weed During Your Travels

Without a doubt, weed is the most popular drug in the world after caffeine and alcohol. When you’re at home, you know where to get your marijuana. But, what about if you’re an avid traveler? How can you find a place to smoke weed legally when you’re traveling abroad? There are numerous countries with decriminalized marijuana use and legalized weed sales. Check out our list of safe places to smoke pot when you’re abroad. Let’s go! 1. Canada On October 17, 2018, Canada announced the legalizatio...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Colombia, Czech Republic, Canada, Italy, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Portugal, Switzerland, Belgium


Why you need to visit French Guiana

During the 2014 World Cup , French Guiana got the geographical equivalent of 15 minutes of fame. A place a good portion of the world didn’t know existed, much less could find on a map, was highlighted in numerous maps of World Cup stadiums around Brazil, as well as the subject of a number of “interesting places to travel around the World Cup” stories in the months leading up to the event. And that was the last most of the world thought about it. It’s not the world’s fault, really. Getting to t...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Florida, US, Paris, Italy, Avis, Brazil, New Orleans, South America, Laos, Caribbean, Martinique, Buenos Aires, Canary Islands, Cacao


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112018 Boten Laos

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11 Reasons to Stop Dreaming and Start Planning Your Round the World Trip

You may never have heard or read the letters R-T-W before.  If you don’t know their meaning, that’s all right.  If you do know their meaning and have contemplated taking one, then you have come to the right place. If you are a travel lover, an adventurer, or are questioning what it is you really want out of life, then maybe it’s time you find out what those three little letters mean, and why it is that you should consider taking a Round The World trip of your own. Some think it’s crazy, so...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Featured, Mexico, India, America, New Zealand, Patagonia, Cambodia, Himalayas, Road, Laos, Buenos Aires, Machu Picchu, Angkor Wat, Inca Trail


19 Places You Should Visit in 2019

2018 is now officially over, thank goodness, and since this is the start of the New Year I thought I would share some of my top travel picks for 2019. Some are obvious choices, others a little more unexpected but all are amazing places to discover for one reason or another. Also, these are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER. I don’t want to see anyone complaining that one destination is ranked higher or lower than another one; they all have my love and admiration. Non-Coastal USA I explored a lot of my ow...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Europe, Usa, Australia, China, Germany, Southeast Asia, India, Africa, Disney, US, America, Colombia, Thailand, Frankfurt


AirAsia Start Flying from KL to Chiang Rai in 2019

AirAsia Start Flying from KL to Chiang Rai in 2019 Happy New Year everyone and time to start 2019 with the first story of the year. What is happening in 2019? Let’s start with a travel news and you probably read this. AirAsia will start flying from KL to Chiang Rai on 31st January 2019 (end of this month). It will be operated by AirAsia Thailand with the carrier code of FD as the usual AirAsia carrier code is AK. ( = || []).push({}); AirAsia will also be ...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Thailand, Kuala Lumpur, Myanmar, Airlines, Airport, Laos, Headline, Airasia, Kl, Macao, Thailand - Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Doi Tung


Hnh trnh nc ngoi u tin Lo yn bnh

Welcome to Laos Lo trong ti l mt t nc v cng yn bnh vi con ngi hin lnh d mn cnh p nh nhng. Hnh trnh vi ti y cm xc t nc u tin ti t chn
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My Worst Travel Moments of 2018

Well, you definitely can’t take the good without the bad. Every year I write about my worst travel moments to show you that you’re not immune from bad times on your travels. Travel will not solve all your problems. I’ve gone through quite a few issues on my travels: In 2012, I got my credit cards hacked while in Portugal and Spain. In 2013, I developed giant hives in Busan, South Korea, and it was nine months before they stopped popping up on a daily basis. In 2014, I got head lice in New Or...
Tags: Travel, Japan, London, Featured, US, America, Blog, Spain, Ukraine, Netflix, Vienna, Munich, House, New Jersey, Emirates, Portugal


Malaysia Airports, Airlines Booking Fees and Taxes - All You Need To Know

With many people traveling many times a year from Malaysia, some travellers have been hit hard by hidden booking fee charges from airlines and also the increasing airport taxes and fees.  Well, this article sheds light on all you need to know about the Malaysia Airports and Airlines booking fees and taxes, that may even shock you.  Over the years, many air travellers have had things easy, but in the last few years, much has changed in terms of online booking fees and even the increasing ...
Tags: Travel, Indonesia, Opinion, Paypal, Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, Malaysia Airlines, Airlines, Laos, Airasia, Bali Indonesia, Sla, Airline News, Aviation News, PSC


Asia’s 2019 travel hot list

So many of recent openings have excited us lately that it’s been quite a feat to narrow down the latest and hottest news to a mere handful… we love taking travellers out of their ‘comfort zones’ and introducing people to new or unusual experiences that engage them with deeper and unexpected layers of a destination. […] The post Asia’s 2019 travel hot list appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Asia, Indonesia, Hotels, India, Events, Accommodation, Cambodia, Resorts, Laos, Sri Lanka, Regions, Travel Miscellany


The Charm and Color of the Luang Prabang Night Market

The Luang Prabang Night Market is an all-consuming sensory experience that is bound to delight and surprise even the most avid of travellers. Read on to see why! Tents of night market and Royal Palace in Luang Prabang, Laos photo by Tuomas Lehtinen This is a guest post from Judith at TemplesandMarkets.com.au. The colors, the sounds, the throngs of people to’ing and fro’ing. The taste of a thousand cuisines, of deals won and lost, of human life coming together for the most fleeting and intense ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Cambodia, Laos, Bangkok, Luang Prabang, South East Asia, Judith, Royal Palace, Luang Prabang Laos, Luang Prabang Night Market, Tuomas Lehtinen


The Charm and Color of the Luang Prabang Night Markets

The Luang Prabang Night Markets are an all-consuming sensory experience that is bound to delight and surprise even the most avid of travellers. Read on to see why! Tents of night market and Royal Palace in Luang Prabang, Laos photo by Tuomas Lehtinen This is a guest post from Judith at TemplesandMarkets.com.au. The colors, the sounds, the throngs of people to’ing and fro’ing. The taste of a thousand cuisines, of deals won and lost, of human life coming together for the most fleeting and intens...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Cambodia, Laos, Bangkok, Luang Prabang, South East Asia, Judith, Royal Palace, Luang Prabang Laos, Luang Prabang Night Markets, Tuomas Lehtinen, Luang Prabang Night Markets There, Luang Prabang Night Markets As, Luang Prabang Night Markets People


The Secret Six in South East Asia Episode Eight 'Cambodia so much more than a TombRaiding Lara Croft'

It's been all too short but today we leave Laos to move on to our final country of this trip namely Cambodia. I think it is fair to say that we have all loved Laos and could really have done with at least one more day here but unfortunately the Mercu
Tags: Travel, Cambodia, Laos, Lara Croft


The Secret Six in South East Asia Episode Seven 'Is it Lao or Laos'

Can it be that time already We can't quite believe it Today we leave Vietnam and move on to our next country in Indochina namely Laos and the city of Luang Prabang in the mountainous north west of the country. The tour does return to Vietnam to fly ho
Tags: Travel, Vietnam, Laos, Luang Prabang, South East Asia, Indochina


Motorbike routes in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia has some of the world’s most stunning scenery — massive mountain ranges, dense cloud forests, tea plantations, and tiered rice terraces — and the best way to explore it is to rent a motorbike and hit the road. But before you hop on a bike in an area of the world where the roads are busted, the traffic out of control, and the driving rules hardly respected, take a motorbike driving lesson, get an international driving permit, and a health insurance plan that will protect you in...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, Bali, Southeast Asia, Thailand, Long Beach, Vietnam, Google Maps, Laos, Borneo, Kuching, Sarawak, Pai, Chiang Mai, Sapa, Wind Cave


Vote and get a free trip

In case you needed an extra incentive to vote on November 6th, travel company Contiki is giving you the offer of a lifetime. Regardless of your political persuasions, Contiki wants to encourage young voters to head to the polls to exercise their civic duty, so it’s offering them a free trip abroad. To be eligible, all you have to do is post a selfie on Instagram with your “I voted” sticker, and the #VoteWithNoRegrets hashtag. You must also follow and tag Contiki (@contiki) on Instagram. Just...
Tags: Travel, Voting, Instagram, US, Vote, Freebies, Egypt, Portugal, New Zealand, Cambodia, Contests, Laos, All, Freebie, Contiki, Spain Morocco



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