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Old 07-21-2007, 07:18 PM #11
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visiting during the rainy season has it's advantages....in many ways. dg

Well that explains the smile on your face !

Pics are fantastic .. and looks like a wonderful holiday

Keep smiling .. and having fun

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Old 07-21-2007, 08:16 PM #12
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Old 07-21-2007, 09:01 PM #13
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Awesome Pics. DG & Gypsy.

How do you say CANNONBALL in Lao.


can't wait to see the SD IBLs and the Biko on the return trip.


love to all.
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Awesome!! but where's the pics of the ganjafields, that would be nice...
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Old 07-22-2007, 01:38 AM #15
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Thanks and i hope to see more seeds like these in the future.
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Hang on to your seat....cross fingers for the Thai seeds to arrive at SB.


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Awesome!! but where's the pics of the ganjafields, that would be nice...
Due to these being named for the area they come from, it was promised to the farmers to not publicize compromising photos, and those who know Gypsy and I know we don't break promises.

Sorry.

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Old 07-22-2007, 01:47 AM #17
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Hang on to your seat....cross fingers for the Thai seeds to arrive at SB.


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I get first dib's of the bunch, joking. Gypsy told me about those and I thought they didn't make it. Glad to hear those did make it back. I'll be all over those like always. God, I love those Thai's.
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Dutch, thanks again for sharing the pictures. I really in joy the pictures and your adventure. Means allot to us that your sharing it with us. I know some member will most likely never make it to a country like that and this gives them a little taste of a vacation or at least the experience. I too, thought the waterfall was very nice. BOY, i would have been in that water swimming as long as it was safe. You never know what type of animals are around those water holes. Thanks again for sharing the trip. These pictures reminds me of Gypsy's trip to Thailand back during the OG days. Thanks again and see you in april.
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I too, thought the waterfall was very nice. BOY, i would have been in that water swimming as long as it was safe. You never know what type of animals are around those water holes.
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According to Gypsy, the water was most refreshing. I stayed on the banks taking photos while he jumped right in! The water was crystal clear, smelled sweet and fresh.....there were some small fish swimming about, hopefully not the ones that seek an orifice...lol...at least I think we'd know by now!







Another angle of the falls. The falls are in several tiers, each one dropping off into a pool. We hiked all the way to the top....what a sight! Was really nice that there weren't alot of tourists, we had the place practically to ourselves except for a couple of backpackers here and there.


Thanks BG for letting me hijack your thread with all the photos! Was going to make a Laos thread, but since you started this one, well...they do seem appropriate here, but I'll save the Thai and Cambodian photos for another thread.

Glad everyone has enjoyed a glimpse at Laos!


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looks so serene there Dutch, thanks for sharin up those pics! Gypsy was telling me a bit about the seeds, they seem a treasure, thanks to you both for bringing back those souvenires. i can just imagine them growing wild out in that lush forest, such a beautiful climate. that waterfall pool tucked into the jungle there is so clear n fresh it's awesome! looks like Gyps sure enjoyed it hehe. those serpent stairs are sure a sight. i just love how natural it still looks out there, a perfect haven to keep the sativa pure. good snag GDW

the scenery sure is a lot more beautiful than the bathrooms huh Dutch! glad you guys had a great time, always nice to get away, an it doesn't get any freer from the limits of the city buildings than that! great sights, always enjoying getting to see your travel pics, so thanks for sharing em. take care
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Pak Ou Caves

About 2 hours up the Mekhong River from Luang is a place called the Pak Ou Caves. Is quite a trek to get there, and lots of stairs to climb to get to the 'upper' cave...but well worth it! The white stairs seen in the picture takes you to the lower caves located just above the river bank, but to reach the upper cave you must hike up the left side through the jungle like growth on a primative path worn over time by many pilgrimages and adventure seeking tourists. The last pic here is from the upper cave.
























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