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Indochina Discovery

We have finally put together a video from the three and a half months we spent traveling through South East Asia. Enjoy!
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When we arrived in Hanoi, we had five days to spend in Vietnam before we had to catch our flight home to Norway. Our plan was to take a two day cruise down to Halong Bay, and spend two days hiking in the Sapa mountain region, but after eating snails from a street vendor, Elise...
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Before we arrived in Luang Prabang we though we would come to a big and crowded city, but we could’nt have been more wrong. The city did not have more than 50 000 inhabitants, and it felt like half of those were buddhist monks, walking around in their orange robes.The city itself was not much...
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In between Vientiane and Luang Prabang, we stopped in a small city in the middle of the Lao mountains called Vang Vieng. The city has grown bigger because of one thing you can do there: “tubing”. The city has totally given in to the backpackers coming by, and when you walk down the street, you...
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Since there were no buses going directly from the Cambodian capital to the Laos Capital, we had to make a stop in Pakse, which is the city where bus destinations from the four South-East Asian capitols meet each other (Bankok, Phnom Penh, Vientiane and Hanoi). The border town did not have much to offer, except...
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When we first got to the capital of Laos, it felt like stepping into a small French city, with bakeries on every street corner selling “croissants” and “le baguette”. Snails and frogs were also on the menu, but as we were really hungry we decided to go for a steak as big as 650grams. This...
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When we reached the Thai-Cambodian border, we were asked to step out of the rickshaw, to get our visa to Cambodia. What we did not know, was that the office that we were shown into was not the Cambodian government office, so the visas we bought there cost nearly three times what we were supposed...
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On our way to the capitol of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, we took a bus that crashed into a truck, destroying our windshield. Glass splinters were sent trough the bus, hitting us and other people in the face. Luckily it caused only minor damages to the people on the bus, but the driver and a small...
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Just like Bangkok, Patong is a place where you can find almost anything. The city is centrally located by the beach, with shopping malls, cinemas, wine bars and clubs within walking distance. During the day the city is full of tourists laying on the beach, or shopping along the many markeds along the main road,...
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Because there are so many islands in the Krabi/ Phi Phi area, we have decided only to show a few pictures and give a short description of the ones we thought was worth mentioning. Maya Bay was probably the beach we had been looking forward to the most, as it is famous from the movie...
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From the mainland in Krabi we took a longtail boat over to Railay, famous for it’s beaches, caves, rock climbing in the limestone mountains. All in all this is backpackers paradise, with a variety of cheap backpacker bungalows and fancy five star hotels. We found a really cheap and good place to stay, but to get...
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Since we had entered Thailand through overland borders, we only got a 15 day visa, instead of the 30 days you would get from entering by air. 14 of these, we had already spent on the East- Coast of Thailand, so we had to make a quick trip to the neighbor country Burma. Since travelling in Thailand...
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If there is one thing Koh Tao is famous for, it is for its diving conditions. Even though there are thousands of people getting their diving license there every year, the underwater scene is absolutely stunning.  I booked my PADI Open Water course with Crystal Dive, and got my accommodation for five days, two free barbecue...
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After the lazy days at Langkawi, it was time for an event that we had been looking forward to for a long time. Our goal was to reach Koh Pangan in time for the famous Full Moon Party, which is held monthly in the southern part of the island, on a beach called Hat Rin. From...
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The island Langkawi is right by the Thai border, and is definitely one of Malaysias “gemstones”. The sunshine is strong on this pearl of an island, which is something we got to experience on the beautiful two hour boat ride over from the mainland. Even before getting to the beach, we had already caught a...
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With flight tickets between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur being cheaper and faster than busses and trains, we decided to take the earliest morning flight. This would give us a whole day to spend in the capital before digging deeper into Malaysia. This gave us enough time to see the Petronas Twin Towers, Little India, Chinatown...
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Singapore was not initially a country we had planned to visit on our journey, but since Elises 20th birthday only happens once in a lifetime, Jørn bought two tickets there to make it a birthday worth remembering. We had quite a “wow” experience when flying into Singapore, as the sight that met us was tall...
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What we had heard about the capital of Thailand was that it was chaotic, with way too many tourists, cars and pollution, and that it was not a very nice place to stay. Our impression on the other hand, was quite different. It is true that Bangkok is a touristy place, but this can also...
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