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Trip Report Dining With A Family Guy

With all of it's uniqueness and surrounding beauty there is still one thing that is a little interesting about Vang Vieng. I set out to get to the bottom of it but it's hypnotic effect captures me and I am hooked like a fish.

After another delicious bowl of noodle soup and a few glasses of Beer Lao, I am so relaxed that I practically have to be waken up to leave the restaurant.

Not such a bad thing for having to dine with a “Family Guy”, all a part of the experience of being in Vang Vieng.

Video:http://youtu.be/yqKHUxHWnfs

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