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Laos by Riverboat
Rugged makeshift boats ferry cars and people across the Mekong River from Ban Muang to the sleepy town of Champasak. Here, ancient Khmer ruins of Wat Phou peek out of dense foliage in the background.

Photograph by Ben Lowy/Corbis


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