Wet, Wet, Wet....

Trip Start Oct 08, 2007
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Trip End Dec 16, 2008


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Friday, May 30, 2008

I haven't seen too much of Laos, but whatever I've seen so far I liked. The jungle here is so lush, so green, so pristinely beautifull and so remote.... There is only one little inconvenience -  it rains a lot. Everything is wet, everything.

After the jungle trek, I stay in town for a few days to dry out. I never managed to wash out the mudd stains from my clouths. All I need now are dreadlocks to coplete my rough-and-though backpacker's immage.

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Check out this webside: http://www.jordibusque.com/ It belongs to a guy who I met on the jungle trek. He won the BBC 2007 Wild Photographer of the Year Award! His photographs are AMMAIZING. We chatted for hours about photography. I feel like I've learned more in a day than in the past year. Any ways, it became very clear to me how much work goes into every photo storry. It's not that I thought it was easy...it's like I almost saw how it happens. It is a lot of work and dedication. I don't want to be a professional photographer is the bottom line. But what do I want to be when I grow up? 
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jrowan
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Hello from the 5goglobal team
Hi Victoria. Best wishes from Anthony, Julia, Paul, Tom and Catherine, now in Yangshuo in South/Central China. We're all really well - going cycling today. Looks like Tibet is not possible for us - you were lucky. Fantastic website. cant wait to explore more. Like the photos of your (clothed) butt!

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