The Bojoku Matching Outfits in Stockholm

Thetraveljunkie.org – While some people struggle to find a pair of socks that match in Stockholm, this coordinated couple blogger from AustraliaIndonesia effortlessly match their clothes, and as you can see from these pictures, the resulting outfits are eye-catchingly awesome. They go by the name thebojoku on Instagram. Which outfit do you like the best? Let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to vote for the best!

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Luang Prabang’s Fantastic Kuang Si Waterfalls, Laos

Thetraveljunkie.org – Unexpected intrusions of beauty. This is what life is all about. Kuang Si Waterfall. We’d seen amazing photos of these falls and their blue waters, however, after a few days of heavy rain we didn’t get to see these blue but they were totally pumping and so exciting to watch… Definitely worth the drive there and the walk up. Sometimes you don’t get what you expect but it is equally as beautiful.

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Kick Andy Show with The Travel Junkie

Thetraveljunkie.org – We are firm believers that the only way to really get to know a globe is through a travel blog. It is the only way to find all the hidden little treasures that are not pointed out in maps, and which we love to document. Travel, we only want to travel. Recently, Kick Andy Show MetroTV was gracious enough to ask me to participate in a talkshow about travel blogging around the world.

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Visiting the Xanghai Village in Luang Prabang, Laos

Thetraveljunkie.org – We left our hotel at 7AM and we got the slow boat cruise to see one of Luang Prabang’s most special spots: the Xanghai Village. We got lost in its little streets and took these photos on our morning off. We loved walking around, tucking into homemade textile. It was the best way to a nice leisurely walk because there was no wifi!

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Cruising to Pak Ou Caves, Laos

Thetraveljunkie.org – For you all, Laos lovers. Are you miss Luang Prabang so much? Well, this post is for you. As great lovers of Luang Prabang we are going to give you our experience slow boat cruising on Mekong river to Pak Ou Caves that will make your heart much better and more appetizing. Money flows, comes and goes, but time… once wasted, cannot be recovered again. Traveling will make you spend money but you always win something and it’s true.

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Strolling Around Luang Prabang, Laos

Thetraveljunkie.org – We love Luang Prabang, Laos. It’s so pleasantly run down and the architecture in the centre of the city stayed unchanged from the French colonial time. Buildings saw their glory back in the late 1800s, now tinted and worn by time. Streets are narrow with many tucked alleyways and people friendly. Always on the lookout for a bite to eat. The food is glorious, fresh with herbs, spices and somebody will be cooking something. In the morning is an eery time in Luang Prabang. As if some monks turns the energy on and the city starts. Fascinating contrast and such fun atmosphere.

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Snake and Scorpion Wine to Avoid For Travelers in Laos

Thetraveljunkie.org – When in Luang Prabang, Laos. We went to villages there is producing snake and scorpion wine. You might not know that these items are illegal or inhumane. As a traveler, you have the power to contribute to conservation. Sustainable travel gets easier every year. In Southeast Asia it’s not uncommon to find bottles of wine stuffed with whole snakes and scorpions for sale. Some believe it has medicinal value (not true), and others like the oddity factor. Snake and scorpion wine has been considered an effective curative for thousands of years but is also widely thought to increase male virility. But the truth is, it’s cruel and inhumane.

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The Bojoku at Maison Dalabua Luang Prabang, Laos

Thetraveljunkie.orgThe Bojoku were picked up from Luang Prabang International Airport, Laos, and taken to our hotel Maison Dalabua, a little oasis of peace and tranquility. A friendly and efficient checkin and we were shown to our room. The name Dalabua means ” Lotus Princess ” which perfectly describes the refreshing character of this charming boutique hotel surrounded by UNESCO classified ponds.

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Thai Northeastern Cuisine at A’ La Campagne, Pattaya

Thetraveljunkie.orgPattaya is always summer, welcoming and has plenty of open spaces, hence why we love it. We discovered A’ La Campagne in one of its tourist hubs, and were quite surprised. It was recommended by a few local people so we knew we had to check it out. It’s the perfect spot to retire to if you want to get away from the crowds taking photos of the distinctive colourful farm tour and tuck into healthy and organic lifestyle, and a lovely glass of lemongrass. We have to admit that we’ve also seen the lunch on instagram and it looks incredible.

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What To Eat at Bo.lan Balance Restaurant, Bangkok

Thetraveljunkie.org – When in Bangkok, we went to Bo.lan Restaurant (an Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant) for dinner. Bo.lan’s authentic Thai cooking draws influence from the country’s fiery street food and home cooking traditions as well as its more refined Royal Court-style cuisine. Only the tastiest organic, locally sourced products are used. Talking about Thai food, it was certainly one of our favorites.

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Escape Real Life With Hilton Pattaya

Thetraveljunkie.org – It’s not even a secret that we love Thailand. Every time we go for work we leave craving for more, so we used some days off to get away, get lost around the Pattaya, and make tons of plans. This time we escaped real life with Hilton Pattaya, one of our favourites. This hotel, part of the new Central Festival Pattaya Beach, is located in the heart of the city overlooking Pattaya Beach and the Bay. And an entire new concept of city living where Pattaya’s modern buildings blend with ocean decorations, full of incredible pieces, that made our stay unforgettable. We felt like home.

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