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Transcon: All roads lead to Luang Prabang

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All roads in northern Laos lead to Luang Prabang. We took a day off to explore a bit of this unique town that has kept its charm through the years. There's a mix of Lao and French colonial influences everywhere from the warm baguettes to the hammer and sickle flying from every building. We've been enjoying tasty noddle soups that come with heaps of fresh greens and for a change we found an Aussie sports bar for lunch! The day off was well used to wash all our gear that was covered in dust and take care of some bike issues, flat tire, welding, just the usual stuff ;) Now we're heading for the last week of this journey, a loop around Laos.

Royal Enfields in Luang Prabang Royal Enfields in Luang Prabang! Riding from India to Laos.

Noodles in Laos Super tasty Laotian noodles with crispy pork.

Communist presence in Laos Laos is a communist country and we saw the red sickle flags all over. Every building has to fly it.

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Jammin thru the Global South was the 3+ year, 100,000+ km ride Jay did from the US to India via Latin America, Europe and Africa. Explore the photojournals at the Journey Posts tab.

Jammin Global Adventures is a tour company run by Jay Kannaiyan. He organizes small group, premium motorcycle adventures in Peru, Kenya, Mongolia, India and more.

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