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Karst hills and rice field near Vang Vieng, Laos
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Panoramic view of the karst hills and the rice fields of the Vang Vieng region. Photos shot just after the Phoxay bridge during the rainy season. The Ford ranger was rent at Europcar Vientiane.  

Copyright: Christian Costeaux
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Subida: 18/10/2012
Actualizado: 14/10/2014
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Tags: vang vieng; karst hills; laos; phoxay; mountains; rice fields
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