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Location 31, 32, 33: Inle Lake, Hsipaw & Mandalay, Myanmar

MYANMAR | Wed, 29 Jun 2016 | By nnystrom | Views [568]

Inle Lake, Hsipaw & Mandalay - Myanmar Once I had sufficiently seen all of Bagan it was time to move on, so myself and a couple friends I met there decided to grab an 8 hour bus from Bagan to Inle Lake.  Inle Lake is located in the village ... Read more >

Tags: sunsets, temples, villages

The Impossibility of Halong Bay

VIETNAM | Fri, 30 May 2014 | By goingsolo | Views [443]

Sky scraping mountains erupted from the calm bay and were scattered about as far as my eyes could see. I couldn’t fathom how far Halong Bay stretched on for as we cruised throughout its vastness.  The sheer size put me in awe and made me ... Read more >

Tags: boat tour, halong bay, hiking, kayaking, mountains, national park, villages

Walking the Terraces

ITALY | Mon, 11 Apr 2011 | By drmitch | Views [619]

I rose early to catch the local train to Monterossa, the northern-most town in the chain of villages where I was planning on starting my walk back down to Riomaggiore. There was a sign up saying something about the trail being closed, but the actual ... Read more >

Tags: cinque terre, unesco heritage site, villages

trapped torpid in a seasonal clutch

IRAN | Fri, 17 Sep 2010 | By haveblood | Views [1750]

come with me to a place time has completely forgotten. where life moves and progresses in a surrogate fashion, out of phase with the surrounding world.  where the land looks through the glass and steals glimpses, snatches a phrase here and there, and ... Read more >

Tags: hitchiking, villages

Sapa - The Hills Are Alive

VIETNAM | Sat, 28 Feb 2009 | By jciecko | Views [874]

Sapa is like the picture perfect postcard. It’s a beautiful hillside town with thriving communities of ethnic minorities. It’s surrounded by high mountains, terraced rice paddies, and deep green valleys. It’s no wonder that it’s become a must see stop ... Read more >

Tags: ethnic groups, trekking, villages

Pak Ou District Trek - Big Adventure, Small Villages

LAOS | Sat, 14 Feb 2009 | By jciecko | Views [7121]

One of our main goals for northern Laos was to complete a challenging trek. This part of the country is known for its rugged terrain, lush forests, and numerous ethnic groups. We signed up with a company named Green Discovery because of their cultural ... Read more >

Tags: food, kayaking, kids, trekking, villages

Tat Lo - Waterfalls and Cute Kids.

LAOS | Mon, 26 Jan 2009 | By jciecko | Views [1591]

Tat Lo is a small village situated just north of the Bolovean Plateau. It’s known for its tremendous waterfalls and tranquil riverside setting. We only planned one night here, but managed to squeeze in a lot during the short stay. The highlight of our ... Read more >

Tags: hiking, villages, waterfalls

muang sing

LAOS | Fri, 19 Dec 2008 | By glimmerwing | Views [704]

when we got jostled back to the village on the the main road in the truck, we all got out to have lunch and say good bye to each other as we were pretty much splitting the group in half. Me and all the couples were heading on the bus to luang nam tha ... Read more >

Tags: cycling, laos bbq chill chill bill bang, muang sing, villages


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