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Tales From The Ho Chi Minh Trail – River Crossings Xe Bangfai

 Xe Bangfai River Crossing-Khammouane Province Loaction N17° 29.167′ E105° 41.863′ Updated April 2021. When I first came to Laos to ride, river crossings were plentiful and mainly by small canoes. Today it’s a bit different, many have been forded and many new bridges are being constructed leaving the old bridges to nature. The crossing I …

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Tales From The Ho Chi Minh Trail – Choke Points, Ban Laboy Ford

Ban Laboy Ford was a key crossing into Laos from Vietnam and one of the most important choke points. It joined a labyrinth of trails for the Vietnamese to disappear into…   What is a ‘choke point’? Choke points are basically intersections of roads, where they meet or cross. Hence, they were targets for the …

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Tales from The Ho Chi Minh Trail – Disappearing Trails Dong-Muang Nong

Dong to Maung Nong-Savannakhet Location ; N16° 41.989′ E106° 12.455′ Updated April 2021 Disappearing roads down the Ho Chi Minh Trail. I guess it’s what we call progress. Laos cannot stay still as much as us off roaders would like it to. Infrastructure is needed for the country to develop. The locals are pleased, I’m …

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