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Kuangsi Terraces Waterfall Laos

How to get to Kuang Si Falls, Luang Prabang (and a secret cave)

  Kuangsi Falls is a stunning 3-tiered waterfalls that is super accessible from Luang Prabang (just 30km drive away). The turquoise-blue waters flow through three sections - you can swim in the middle section or climb right to the top. [caption id="attachment_2694" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Swimming in Kuang Si Falls[/caption]   There are...

6 Simply Beautiful Things to Do in Luang Prabang, Laos

Given its close proximity in Southeast Asia, it's surprising how little I knew about Laos before our trip. It's one of the few communist states left in the world. Subsistence agriculture is its main industry. And it is relatively untouched by tourism still, having opened...

10 Reasons Why You Should Date an Outdoor Girl

We all have that friend - the girl with sun-kissed skin and a sunshine smile. The one who listens intently with a sparkle in her eyes when you share stories of your recent adventure. Here's why it may be worthwhile to know her more, and...

Land of the Gentle Giants: Elephants and Whales

Blue whales – the big reason why we decided on going to Sri Lanka in the first place. It was the start of whale-watching season (Dec to Apr), when the leviathans cross the southern tip of the island and migrate to the warmer waters of...

Segara Anak, Child of the Sea

[caption id="attachment_2874" align="aligncenter" width="500"] segara-anak[/caption]   Mount Rinjani's crater lake is named Segara Anak - or Child of the Sea - because of its blue colour reminiscent of the ocean. Alman, our guide, had shared that it was formed when the volcano's predecessor, Mount Samalas erupted and...