Don Det Sunset, 4000 Islands, Laos Video

Six Weeks in Laos Video

After our three months in Thailand it was time to head across the Mekong into Laos. Altogether we spent about four weeks in the north visiting the UNESCO World Heritage site Luang Prabang, the mysterious Plain of Jars in Phonsavan, tubing in Vang Vieng, cycling around Luang Namtha and learning about the secret war in Laos. We later spent two weeks visiting the south of Laos where we saw the most popular three of the Four Thousand Islands, the unremarkable Pakse and motored around the waterfall-packed freshness of the Bolaven Plateau before returning to Thailand.

Our Laos Video

Although Laos came in as our cheapest country to travel in so far, we both had food-related illnesses and finding meals for a fussy eater was pretty difficult. We also found that there’s a lot to be improved when it comes to Laos’ public transport system; we had some real journeys from hell while travelling there. Neverthless, we couldn’t help loving the laid-back vibe in Laos and had a great time travelling the country. So, the moment you’ve all been waiting for, here’s our six weeks in Laos video:

  • Catherine
    Posted at 13:26h, 13 March Reply

    Love the video – so many beautiful waterfalls! And all those monks walking down the street. Ahh, genuinely don’t think I can wait a second longer for my own Laos adventure!

    • Amy
      Posted at 04:44h, 14 March Reply

      Thanks Catherine, Laos was really a beautiful place, you’ll love it. Just be prepared for the horrid bus journeys you’ll have to take while you’re there though!

  • Patti
    Posted at 00:54h, 16 March Reply

    Great video Amy and Andrew. We are still learning how to make good videos. I’m going to share this on my blog’s FB page so others may see and enjoy!

    • Amy
      Posted at 08:37h, 16 March Reply

      Thanks so much Patti, I look forward to seeing any videos you come up with in future.

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