Well mostly reading really since we can’t find many movies set in Laos, half decent or otherwise, and haven’t come across too many good documentaries more..
A selection of photographs of our recent trek through the picturesque Pha Taem National Park in Ubon Ratchathani Province of northeastern Thailand. We have already more..
Anyone who’s been on one of All Points East’s tours will probably know that we don’t generally go out of our way to include traditional more..
The term Tai is employed to describe the large ethnic grouping which includes the Thai/Siamese, Lao, Shan, Northern Thai, Thai Lu, Red Tai, White Tai more..
With its enticing and plentiful riverside cafes and excellent (and cheap) beer UNESCO World Heritage Luang Prabang has to be one of the prime non-beach more..
Posted a few pix before of the famous ‘White Temple’, Wat Rong Khun, in north Thailand’s Chiang Rai province but had a particularly great sky more..
The tiny mountain-top town of Yuanyang lies just south of the steep Red River Valley in the southern reaches of Yunnan Province, not far from more..
Liked this pic from Wi, of early morning mist over the Nam Ou at Nong Khiaw, so one last post on the Lao village!
Since we mentioned the Hmong of Laos in our previous post here’s a pic of the spectacular, Middle Earth-esque, scenery of Phu Pha Mt. near more..
Thanks to Jason Blackwell in Vientiane for today’s pic of the famous Plain of Jars in N. Eastern Laos’ Phonsavan Province. Hundreds of these mysterious, more..
Just to show we’re not biased here’s a pic of a Lao national park, (or National Protected Area as they call them up there.) This more..
King Suryavarman I came to the throne of Angkor in 1006 after a 4 year struggle with his rival claimant Jayaviravarman. One of his first more..
After Jason’s warts and all article on Vang Vieng, we’d like to show a Lao river scene without any stoned backpackers in it!
Interesting article on Vang Vieng by friend and colleague Jason in Vientiane. First a ‘pretty pic’ of scenic Vang Vieng – the Lao fisherman got more..
This shot was taken by Wi on her recent Northern Laos and the Golden Triangle tour. Fishermen at the confluence of the Ou and Mekong more..
Actually 2 pix today – before and after shots of the Don Khone Nua Primary School on Don Khone in the 4,000 Islands region of more..
After a drive along the much improved road from Laos’s Muang Khua to the Vietnamese border, Wi’s gallant group have now arrived in the remote more..
Well since I’m off to Phnom Penh and currently checking Saturday’s, (disappointing), UK football results, it seems like an apt moment to introduce you to more..
Well heavy rains in the south of Thailand seem to have let up so relieved locals can now get down to clearing up the mess! more..
Slight hangover this morning after a lengthy ‘business meeting’ with Andy of Motorbike Thailand last night so a consequently rather late daily post! However anyone more..