LUANG PRABANG THE EASY WAY (part 2)

2wheels

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I collected the little Yamaha next morning and decided to ride around LP city.
I like this place mainly because of its setting beside the river and because of its Frenchness,
especially architecturally.

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One of the main reasons to visit was to sink a few chilled Beer Lao and to enjoy the fresh, warm baguettes.

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Walking street and its offshoot 'Buffet Street' were a highlight.

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Tomorrow, out of town.
 

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Nice Ron, that old Citreon looks as good as ever.
 

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Here's the excellent number plate on that classic Citroen Traction Avant.

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Great photos, and thanks for sharing! Luang Prabang is such a gem of a town albeit a bit too much touristy these days. Well at least 4 years ago when I last visited there. First time back in 2005 it was quite different.
Those baguettes looks as tasty as ever...🙂
 

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Thanks 'Snakeboy'.
Yes, it has become a bit expensive too.
However, maybe due to the smoke, there were not so many tourists there this time.
 

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This pic was taken by my riding mate Alan in 11/2012, so it seems there may be more than one Citroen Traction Avant in town.
Or maybe the owner has upgraded.

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