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50 things (and 30 photos) about travelling in Laos

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50 things (and 30 photos) about travelling in Laos

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Sadhu (saint homme): un ascète errant moine (ind. sanyasi). Les personnes qui ont laissé tous les attachements matériels et sexuels et de vivre dans des grottes, des forêts et des temples partout en Inde et au Népal et consacrer leur vie à la chose spirituelle.

Sadhu (saint homme): un ascète errant moine (ind. sanyasi). Les personnes qui ont laissé tous les attachements matériels et sexuels et de vivre dans des grottes, des forêts et des temples partout en Inde et au Népal et consacrer leur vie à la chose spirituelle.

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