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The Blue Lagoon in Laos is Nothing Like the One in Iceland

The Blue Lagoon in Laos

My expectations for the Blue Lagoon in Laos might have been a little high, considering I was thinking of the attraction in Iceland with the same name. There are actually three lagoons in Vang Vieng, Laos which are (sometimes…kinda…not really) blue, but the similarities end there. A Short History of Vang Vieng I’d never heard of Vang Vieng before two …

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A Full Itinerary for a Day at the Kuang Si Waterfalls

Selfie at the Kuang Si Watrefalls

After you take the Slow Boat to Luang Prabang, the first activity you should do is the Kuang Si Waterfalls. But Kuang Si is more than just the waterfalls, and some of the tours only give you two hours there. How do you make the most of your time on your visit? I went two times. The first time, I …

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The Ultimate Guide to the Slow Boat in Laos

Slow Boat to Laos

The Slow Boat in Laos refers to the river taxi that runs from the border of Thailand to Luang Prabang, the old capital of Laos until 1975. Here’s a complete guide for the tour, whether you book with an agency or purchase every step on your own. I originally went down the slow boat back in 2017 as one of …

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What an Authentic Hammam for Men in Marrakech is Really Like

Hammam Mouassine Entrance

Before I went to Morocco, I had no idea what a hammam was, let alone whether I should try a hammam for men in Marrakech. What is a Hammam for Men I confess I may have thought of a Muslim harem when someone first mentioned the word “hammam.” A harem is the part of the household dedicated to women, while …

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A Day in Baandam – Thailand’s Ultra-Eccentric Black House Museum

Black House Museum

Most people head to Chiang Rai to see the White Temple or perhaps the Blue Temple, but I think the Black House Museum is the best attraction there. What is The Black House Museum In Thai, baan means house and dam means black (you put the adjective after the noun in Thailand). The name Baandam is literally that – someone’s black …

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