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In Laos and Vietnam, Tracing the Path of a Colonial Ancestor

April 22, 2009

The New York Times showcases Laos and Vietnam in their ‘Personal Journeys’ feature, by Thomas Fuller.

“The spring water that drips from massive slabs of rock on a hillside in southern Laos, high above the flood plains of the Mekong River, is a rarity in Asia today, so pristine and welcoming that you don’t hesitate to cup your hands and gulp it down.”

To read the entire New York Times article, visit NYTimes.com


To learn more about travel to Laos and Vietnam, we’re happy to answer any questions. We can customize a trip for two or suggest small group trips to Indochina, including Laos and Vietnam.

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