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The old capital Hanoi

Another train ride brought us to the oldest capital in South East Asia, located in northern Vietnam.

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Sa Pa and Lao Cai – Aelizebeth (still) in Vietnam

Leaving Dien Bien Phu behind us, the next station on our journey is located 1600m above sea level: the beautiful town of Sa Pa.

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Upstream the Nam Ou and Điện Biên Phủ

The next two days we took a boat trip up north to Muang Khua and crossed the border going to Điện Biên Phủ, Vietnam.

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Back on tour – Nong Khiaw

Today, we left Luang Prabang for another trip, this time to northern Laos and Vietnam. We will visit a lot of towns and villages, do boat tours, ride another night train and end in Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital.

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Two days culture trekking

We have been on a homestay with Fair Trek a few weeks ago. Guess what: We did it again. This time we combined the second Eco Bungalow at Nong Khuay village with a two day trekking tour. Basically we did just the same as a few weeks ago: We booked us a bungalow tour in consultation with Fair Trek. But since this bungalow doesn’t run with AirBnb, things went a bit different this time.

So lucky you! – Here we go with an all new story, and I can’t just copy the old post…

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Aelizebeth in Singapore – Part 3: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, red dot Museum and Arab Street

Finally, the third part of the report of our trip to Singapore. I was quite busy working on another project you might hear of soon. But back to topic…and sorry for not having a lot of photos for some headings again.

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Aelizebeth in Singapore – Part 2: Jurong Bird Park, National Gallery and Chinatown

Our second day brought a wide variety of impressions, from nature to city life.

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South East Asia’s film makers meet at Luang Prabang Film Festival 2016

The crowd waiting for the film to start

Every year at the beginning of December, many film makers, directors, actors and other film-related people come to Luang Prabang. They meet together with an interested audience at the Luang Prabang Film Festival.

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