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Laos - More waterfalls

Location: Tat Lo, Laos

Tat Lo is a cool place to hang out for a few days to admire the stunning scenery, but we were here in search of the traditional Buffalo sacrifice ceremony performed by the minority villagers (see next photo page). The night before the ceremony the whole village has a party which we attended. Great fun!

28 Feb 2007, 4:25PM

On top of the waterfall looking back at our guesthoue

28 Feb 2007, 3:05PM

The view from our balcony

28 Feb 2007, 4:15PM

Me by the waterfall. Can't wait to re-stock on clothes in Bangkok, I'm so sick of wearing this red top.

28 Feb 2007, 4:24PM

Tat Lo Waterfall. You can swim in the pools at the top and the bottom, but we were all quite ill the following day. I'm sure it was the water, but maybe it was the copious amount of Beerlao!

1 Mar 2007, 9:22AM

Me, Cat and Kiwi on our way to the village for the evening festivities

1 Mar 2007, 9:21AM

A larger waterfall on the way to the local village

28 Feb 2007, 8:24PM

We finally found Kiwi (in the green top) joining in with the traditional dancers

28 Feb 2007, 7:33PM

Local village children gambling. They don't seem to worry too much here about any underage activity.

28 Feb 2007, 10:37PM

The dance lighting was basic, no strobes or flashing lights, just a couple of up turned strip lights, but then we were in the middle of nowhere.

28 Feb 2007, 8:42PM

Kiwi making the mistake of giving one child a sweet, suddenly he was surrounded. They don't miss a trick.

28 Feb 2007, 9:59PM

Me enjoying the dancing after a couple of warm Beerlao

28 Feb 2007, 8:51PM

Villagers with swords and shields about to begin the traditional dance around the Water Buffalo tied to a maypole



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The view from our balcony

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On top of the waterfall looking back at our guesthoue

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Tat Lo Waterfall. You can swim in the pools at the top and the bottom, but we were all quite ill the following day. I'm sure it was the water, but maybe it was the copious amount of Beerlao!

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Me by the waterfall. Can't wait to re-stock on clothes in Bangkok, I'm so sick of wearing this red top.

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A larger waterfall on the way to the local village

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Me, Cat and Kiwi on our way to the village for the evening festivities

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Local village children gambling. They don't seem to worry too much here about any underage activity.

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We finally found Kiwi (in the green top) joining in with the traditional dancers

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Kiwi making the mistake of giving one child a sweet, suddenly he was surrounded. They don't miss a trick.

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The dance lighting was basic, no strobes or flashing lights, just a couple of up turned strip lights, but then we were in the middle of nowhere.

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Villagers with swords and shields about to begin the traditional dance around the Water Buffalo tied to a maypole

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Me enjoying the dancing after a couple of warm Beerlao