A morning walk in Luang Prabang, Laos

And then, lunch.

​​Coffee break with an overlook of the confluence of the mighty Mekong and Nam Khan rivers.Anti-aircraft guns atop the city’s tallest hill. The Chinese used Laos as a route to supply the North Vietnamese. Much of Lao is still off-limits because of the uncountable tons of US land mines still in the soil.

For lunch, we splurgrd at a vegan place. That’s bee pollen:

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One thought on “A morning walk in Luang Prabang, Laos”

  1. Ooo another adventure! You two with the sunset is a great photo. Thanks for sharing about the impact the American War continues to have on Lao. The temples, rivers, and fancy farang menu are all interesting.

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