Category Laos

Wordless Wednesday – Vientiane Sunset, Laos

Monday Morning Blues – Buddhist Temple Roof Adornment, Vientiane, Laos

Mekong Sunset, Luang Prabang, Laos

Sunday Sunsets – The Mekong, Luang Prabang, Laos

I have been introduced to the Sunday Sunsets tribe who post a photo featuring a sunset on the first Sunday in the month. My favourite sunsets thus far have been in Luang Prabang. What do you think of my shots?

Labour Day Laos Style

Yesterday was Labour Day or International Workers Day throughout the world, a day to celebrate the lot of workers & to reflect on the fruits that their labours bring, whilst also honouring the rights of workers to divide their working day into three lots of eight hours, one for work, one for recreation and one […]

Sunday Photo – The Hand Of Buddha, Laos

A-Z April Challenge (Cities Visited) – V for Vientiane

I travelled to the capital of Laos with Hamish by overnight train from Bangkok in February 2010. As we crossed the border we traversed the First Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge over the Mekong River. The train actually terminated at Thanaleng, whose station had only opened eleven months prior to our visit. After getting the entry visa […]

A-Z April Challenge (Cities Visited) – L for Luang Prabang

I have visited the chilled small city in Laos on two occasions, the first time with Hamish in 2010 and again with Mrs Wilbur in 2015. Easily the most spiritual city I have visited (especially the first time), here are a few highlights. The Mekong One of the world’s great rivers flows through Luang Prabang. […]

Wordless Wednesday – Mekong Fisherwoman, Laos

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Wilbur’s Travels – My 7 Travel Wonders Of The Past Decade

Travel is a great defining constant in my life and as I reflect on the last ten years of travels, I am extremely grateful that I am able to indulge in my passion on a regular basis. I have visited 22 new countries in the decade and revisited many more old favourites. I found it […]

Sunday Photo – Happy Women, Luang Prabang, Laos

I took this photo in 2010 at the monk alms procession. It always makes me smile.