Posts Tagged Laos

Thai Peanut Salad

Posted May 10th, 2011 by LOCAVORista

Thai Peanut Salad

A cold Thai Peanut Salad is the perfect summer picnic food and delicious with beer

Laos Love

Posted April 22nd, 2011 by thinkCHUA

Laos Love

Laos is a gem that can’t be missed. These are some of the highlights.

Laos Unexpected II: 4000 Islands

Posted April 18th, 2011 by thinkCHUA

Laos Unexpected II: 4000 Islands

Where a slow moving country comes to a halt to enjoy beaches and rest.

36 Hours in Vientiane

Posted April 16th, 2011 by LOCAVORista

36 Hours in Vientiane

Vientiane may be the capital of Laos, but it is not the highlight. If you have the time it is worth a short visit, but if you are time crunched this is a city you can skip.

Vang Vieng: Laos Unexpected

Posted April 14th, 2011 by thinkCHUA

Vang Vieng: Laos Unexpected

Foreshadowing a place worth remembering, tourists throughout Southeast Asia wear “tubing Vang Vieng” clothing.  Even after visiting Vang Vieng, it isn’t clear why so many people buy the tank tops, shirts and shorts with the… Continue Reading

He Said/She Said: Vang Vieng, Wonderland?

Posted April 13th, 2011 by thinkCHUA

He Said/She Said: Vang Vieng, Wonderland?

Does Vang Vieng, Laos represent the ideal American vacation?

Cocktails for a Cause

Posted April 11th, 2011 by LOCAVORista

Cocktails for a Cause

It is no secret that Laos is the second poorest country in the Mekong, with 74 per cent of the population living on less than $2 US a day, but lending a helping hand can be as easy as eating dinner.

Alms Giving

Posted April 8th, 2011 by LOCAVORista

Alms Giving

The beautiful paradox in Buddhism that the more we give – and the more we give without seeking something tangible in return – the wealthier (in the broadest sense of the word) we will become. Discover this first hand at the alms giving in Luang Prabang.

36 Hours in Luang Prabang

Posted April 1st, 2011 by LOCAVORista

36 Hours in Luang Prabang

If you only have a short weekend in Luang Prabang you will want to pack in as much in as you can.

Souls Unite

Posted March 29th, 2011 by LOCAVORista

Souls Unite

Do you know where all of your souls are? It is believed in Laos that each person is a union of 32 organs and that the kwan, or souls watch over and protect each one of them. A baci ceremony will bring your souls back home, to your body.

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