The remnants of war are still very visible along the former Ho Chi Minh Trail. You might spot 'Tha Bak Bomb Boats' made from B-52 fuel tanks , huge bomb craters along the dusty gravel roads [2+3], and sometimes you'll find the scars displayed and incorparated into everyday life [4+5]. There are more deadly reminders of the war though, called UXO -- unexploded ordenance, such as cluster bombs, mines and grenades. They are still found almost daily in the most bombed country in the world, and often by children, unexpected and with a bitter ending... MAG (@minesadvisorygroup
) does a terrific job in educating the villagers about the dangers and clearing community fields. If you have a minute to learn more about their mission in Laos, tap the 👉 Link in bio.