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Notes on Luang Prabang: Soups, trains, bad bikes, and sad waterfalls

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June 22 · Issue #61 · View online
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Notes on Luang Prabang: Soups, trains, bad bikes, and sad waterfalls
Travel Reads
Interview: Beth Moon Photographs the World's Ancient Trees
Travel to the Galápagos With a Watercolor Artist
Inside Detroit’s crumbling train station that Ford plans to transform into a mobility lab
I saw this building on my visit to Detroit, and I’m happy to see that it may get a new lease of life.
Northern Vietnam gets a luscious lychee shine
Visiting the Unbuilt Cities of the Past
The "live like a local" travel ethos has failed locals—So what comes next?
The tile hunter of Barcelona: preserving a unique form of local art
Cambodia's China problem - is it about to house the next Macau?
This story I covered earlier this year keeps getting bigger.
Anthony Bourdain II
Following on from last weeks trove of Bourdain reads, here is another great read by the writer from noodlepie, who inspired Bourdain’s food choices in Vietnam.
for all the freaks and weirdoes
Job Offer Of The Week
National Trust needs tenant for remote Northern Ireland island
Instagram
Old buildings on Cholon, Saigon.
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