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Picture of the Week #45

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The remote Tay Trang border crossing between northern Lao PDR and northern Vietnam.  Many Vietnamese businessmen/businesswomen purchase fresh vegetables in Laos and sell in Vietnam.  Other hand-made products such as carpets are also “exported’ from Laos for sale in Vietnam.

Picture of the Week #30

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Picturesque town of Sapa in Northern Vietnam.  The town is nestled in some of the highest peaks in Vietnam and it’s close proximity to Hanoi ensures that it is a popular weekend destination for city slickers.  I climbed Vietnam’s highest peak (10,310 feet) in one day while I was here; it was an exhilarating trek and a personal challenge for me.

Reminiscences of Southeast Asia

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“Wandering re-establishes the original harmony which once existed between man and the universe.” -Anatole France

It’s back to square one after a long journey in Southeast Asia. A boundless journey which I embarked on all alone. A journey, the rewards of which cannot be measured in monetary terms. A journey, the experiences from which will stay with me for a life time. A journey, which has shaped me into a better person today.

Itinerary of solo backpacking trip to Southeast Asia

Itinerary of solo backpacking trip to Southeast Asia

I was traveling in Southeast Asia’s Indochina region. Indochina is another name for mainland Southeast Asia, which comprises of Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and peninsular Malaysia.