Crazy things I saw in Laos
Laos is an unspoilt and beautiful country. It is tranquil and inhabited by friendly people who like to laugh and enjoy themselves, happy despite rainy seasons!
I found a few pics that will do just the same for you.
Have fun with the crazy stuff I saw in Laos!
Souvenir from “Laos”.
Signs of peace adorn temples.
Main police station of the fourth largest city, Luang Prabang.
Shoe free zone a the temple.
Make a wish.
Sticky rice. So sticky it sticks.
Aiming high. Colourful crepe Japanese style.
(Free range) chicken on the street.
Drive through roasted pig.
Who said fluffy slippers are only to be worn around the house?
Customised Lao pedestrian sign.
Do not order PAIN cake!
The DIY store.
Lao hardware and sanitary shop.
Integrated shrine at Luang Prabang’s fanciest drug store.
Pack of cigarettes.
Wash and dry hair?
Hair wash Lao style.
At the night market.
ATM – blending into traditional architecture.
I wonder what they sell.
Our Victory Gate is a ‘monster of concrete‘.
Do not pass grass.
Tomek caught a mosquito mid feast.
Huge leaves, huge spiders. That one was about the palm of a man’s hand. After the photo shot, it turned its tail and ejected some kind of white fluid towards us.
Lao alphabet and numbers.
Try to repeat after the native speaker.
If I had to put together a backpack with Lao writing, it would look just the same.
Check in counter at the airport. No conveyor belts but manual transport of checked in luggage!
Medical stitching to save the trash container.
Buddhism. The most tolerant and open religion for all living beings.
Use incense instead.
Laos is oblivious to the effects of globalization – no ZARA, nor H&M, no high street names at all, (oh and no fast food chains)!
Best of t-shirt slogans.
‘Match your life’ with purple lenses.
The craziest of all – the perpetual traveler!