Who's ready to take a dip?! Well with the temperatures in Luang Prabang hitting in the low 100's the azure pools at Kuang Si Falls were calling everyone's name! The best time of year to travel to the area is between November and March but it you visit after this and into the summer months, I would highly recommend a hand-held fan and tons of water to stay hydrated.
Head to the link in my bio for the top things to do in Luang Prabang, Laos.
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As many of you already know, most of the time I travel alone. I can’t say that I’m unhappy about that. In contrary, it has plenty of advantages.
For starters, you don’t have to find a compromise. You see, when I go and see places I never know whether I will return there one day or not. Also, I tend to have a pretty defined idea of what I want to see. That combined, I don’t make the best travel partner as I know where I want to go, what I want to see and I don’t want to have my plains sabotaged by anyone.
Secondly, even when you travel “alone”, you are never completely alone. In every journey of mine I met amazing and interesting people. This “being alone” prompts you to be more sociable, and, as a result, you are rewarded not only with wonderful memories, but also with getting to know people from all around the globe, what is something I’m forever grateful for!
I joke sometimes that the only real downside of traveling alone is that there isn’t anyone to take a pic of you in one of those amazing places you visit.
In fact, the real downside is that you don’t get to share the entire experience with anyone. All those little things you witness, all those adventures and places, they stay just yours. Only in your own memory, and, bleak and ripped, in the memory of a phone.
That’s the real downside.
However, to think of it, who could really appreciate both the flying bird and the curves of the staircase? After all, my beauty sense is kinda weird. So maybe it’s for the best.