Very laid back Laos
Vientiane, Hong Kong, Dongguan, Zhuhai
End of November 2009
Vientiane might be one of the most laid back cities. Never experienced such a quiet and relaxed capital.
We stayed at the Ramayana Hotel!
This is my little brother Shai. I was taking photos at this temple and got in a conversation with a local monk, we became friends, and he asked me if I want to be his little brother, I said “why not”!
Mekong River a little dried out… That’s Thailand on the other side!
Tourist negotiating a tuk tuk ride…
Kenny was sick again for the first day or so in Laos. While I was out exploring for spots, he was watching DVDs.
Kenny felt better and we went exploring some small villages along the Mekong! Found this temple on the way!
we took a little break and played some cards!
We found a spot in Vientiane! The skate photo and the article and some other photos of this trip will be in the next Place Magazine (Germany) releasing mid march!
After Laos, we headed down to Thailand to end the trip. Had around 24 hours in Bangkok, before heading on a flight back to Hong Kong. The flight was at 5 in the morning, had to sleep at the airport, arrived around 9 in Hong Kong hung over, had to go straight to University with all my luggage since I was homeless at that moment, had Chinese class at 11, didn’t take a shower, smelled like shit, almost popped in my pants on the bus. I wish I could describe how shitty i felt that morning, but that’s what i get when I plan too much for one trip. Well she is the exact opposite of my morning arrival.
Just do it Danny Egger!
I checked out a cemetery at the New Territories.
Hong Kong is just so dense that they had to build the cemeteries on top of hills and mountains to save space.
Found this Ledge in the concrete jungle and Tao was Feeblin’ & popping…
until he broke the ledge…
Dongguan two days in a row to film a line!
Took a bus to Zhuhai a couple days after!
The locals showed around Zhuhai. Don’t foget to bring your hammers to Zhuhai, not so many mellow spots, all bangers pretty much.
Steve Schneider from Canada in Hong Kong!