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    Large Cafe Bag Heads East

    Have just returned from 16 days in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia (see thus i have seen - Home - Ta*Prohm) with a carefully-packed Western Flyer and a Large Cafe Bag. The usual traveling configuration of the Large Cafe Bag is shown below:
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    The back pocket held my book, which on this trip, was Matthiessen's The Snow Leopard. Was a great trip made easier by two great bags.
    Last edited by cpeters; 06-14-2012, 04:52 AM.

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    Nice! Looks like you had room to spare for some souvenirs. :)
    And at the end of all our exploring
    Will be to arrive where we started
    And know the place for the first time
    ~T.S. Eliot~

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      #3
      Originally posted by cpeters View Post
      Have just returned from 16 days in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia (see thus i have seen - Home - Ta*Prohm) with a carefully-packed Western Flyer and a Large Cafe Bag.

      The back pocket held my book, which on this trip, was Matthiessen's The Snow Leopard. Was a great trip made easier by two great bags.
      I visited your web site, and must say that I really enjoyed your trip, vicariously, of course!
      Eat well, travel often.

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        #4
        Wow! I think your Cafe Bag is even more organized than mine! Your photos on your blog are amazing! It looks like you had a wonderful trip :).
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          #5
          I did. A beautiful textile from Ock Pop Tuk in Luang PrabangOckPopTok and several brass buddhas from a little stall in front of Banteay Srei thus i have seen - Home - Banteay Srei.

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            #6
            Yes, was a great trip. Crossed into Laos from Vietnam at Lao Bao and then drove 11 hours to Vientiane. But that's another story. Thanks for visiting thus i have seen - Home.

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