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The Nam Khan ran its gentle course past my table on the river bank. Looking down through its clear, softly creasing surface, I could spot strings of feathery riverweed, drifting downstream before being collected, pounded into sesame-sprinkled sheets, deep fried and served to tourists like me. Although Laos attracts thousands of backpackers every year, Luang Prabang does not have enough bars to keep young party-seekers entertained.

After 11pm, there was one well-known loophole: After trekking in the hills east of Luang Prabang with three French women, Iain and I met them for a drink at Blue Ice Bar on the evening of our return. The five of us sat beside the river, chatting about the previous two days, their lives in France, and our lives on the road. A stubbly-faced Australian approached our riverside table and asked if he could join us, sunburnt arms hanging from a vest. Almost immediately, I regretted it.

Where did you go? He changed the subject. One of the French women planned to visit it the next day. I asked which waterfall — a faux pas of sorts. Tad Sae, which was seasonal, and Kuang Si, which was thirty or so kilometres away. The music was becoming unpleasantly loud, but when he caught me alone later on, Vest-Wearer suddenly wanted to talk about my trek. It had been organised by a company that promotes eco-tourism and sustainable development, which had made me think about these concepts, these buzzwords.

I told him as much. How, for example, was drinking bottled water — from tiny bottles, which use far more packaging than large ones — considered eco-friendly?

Doing your bit by buying beer in Laos instead of at home is a surprisingly common delusion. It stems partly from ignorance, but the hollow notions of ethical travel adopted by guidebook companies like Lonely Planet are also to blame.

However they travel and wherever they go, Lonely Planet travellers are aware of the world around them. They are curious, receptive and independent, thinking for themselves and travelling responsibly. They follow both classic routes and roads less travelled, seeking their own unique and authentic travel experience.

They are global citizens and, more than anything else, they just love to travel. Four years after her initial request, in , she addressed guidebooks directly: Profit is clearly their agenda. Lonely Planet responded by publishing an updated version of their Burma guidebook, including two pages on the pros and cons of going to the country.

Using figures from international labour departments, the NGOs disproved one of the claims made by the guidebook: The following year, after democracy supporters were killed by pro-government militia, the British government asked all remaining businesses and travel organisations to end their involvement with Burma.

We were too apologetic about it. The company has also been blamed for creating one of the most overrun backpacker trails in the world: With the first book published, the sheer demand for information about independent, budget travel — and their own passion for the open road — inspired them to embark on a second journey: It cannot be precisely defined because it is ever-evolving: As far as it is a physical route, the Banana Pancake Trail predominantly snakes through mainland Southeast Asia — Thailand , Cambodia, Vietnam and, increasingly, Laos — but the Indian hippie haunts of Goa , Gokarna , Hampi, Pushkar and Rishikesh are often considered part of the trail.

Some call its Indian incarnation the Hummus Trail because of the abundance of young Israelis travelling after a period of compulsory military service. A handful of scenic spots in Southwestern China such as Guilin, Dali and the towns within reach of the famed Tiger Leaping Gorge — all close enough to northern Laos or Vietnam to reach by bus or train — are sometimes classified Banana Pancake Trail territory too, as are parts of Malaysia and Indonesia.

From there, virtually all the mandatory stops on the Trail can be reached — whether by bus, train, plane or motorbike. Each has its own backpacker ghetto, near-identical dens of generic hilarity , characterised by cheap travel, multi-cuisine restaurants, budget accommodation and backpacker-choked bars. And all along this well-beaten track are travel agencies advertising buses and flights between the same few cities — geography nearly always second or third to cost and convenience.

I doubt that Tony and Maureen Wheeler would recognise the overland route they took in Geography has been redrawn by the travel industry.

People go to places they can be comfortably or cheaply transported to: While this may all be wonderfully convenient, I find the number of people who travel around mainland Southeast Asia as if it were a single country disconcerting — and sometimes disorienting. In every tourist hub in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos, the very same transport routes are advertised: Some of these routes involve 40 hour bus rides — for those who choose not to fly.

Vest-Wearer was well-practiced at box-ticking. While he continued his evening at the Blue Ice Bar, I went next door to my guesthouse and tried to sleep. Did you hear that? After two long afternoons of writing in the Delhi coffee shop — the only place with WiFi near our guesthouse in Majnukatilla — we came to the dismal realisation that they only had one CD.

During the days of work to come, Iain wielded earplugs. A few weeks later, I discovered that the music was a collection of current hits, all of it catchy noise pollution. Suddenly, three years of hearing nothing but Chinese ballads on the radio in Shanghai seemed quite merciful. If this was the form that American pop culture had taken, ignorance was bliss. Wherever there was a city or a town with some kind of tourist centre and a bar, the same songs were played.

We were staying longer in most places than the average traveller — juggling writing jobs and our website with travelling — and that only heightened the feeling: And it was all set to the same soundtrack that — try as we might — we could not escape. Not while our work necessitated staying in locations with WiFi — and certainly not while we remained on the Banana Pancake Trail.

Soon it dawned on me: Travelling in the Middle East , India, China — and even in laughably crowded Western Europe during summer — had all made me accustomed to little feats that I have come to associate with independent travel. Locating a bus station in Pontevedra with just a smattering of Spanish, hunting down a cup of coffee in the small, south Indian town of Madikeri, or spending half a day in Aleppo amidst all-Arabic signage looking for an international calling centre from where I could phone home: Southeast Asia has experienced a tourism explosion that is by some counts unprecedented.

The number of international tourists arriving in Siem Reap, home to the historic Angkor ruins, has risen from 7, in to upwards of two million today. But there is another, darker side to the growth. The poverty of post-conflict Cambodia has created a market for sex tourism that is spinning out of control. Despite relative prosperity in the city itself, a reported 37 percent of the population in Siem Reap province continues to live below the poverty line, which Cambodia defines as less than 45 US cents per person per day.

I weaved my way through crowds, dodging touts and salesmen, snatching glances at passing scenes. Red-faced men, bellies protruding, sat at street side tables drinking beer with lithe beauties who blotted their made-up faces in the evening heat.

Groups of vest-wearing lookalikes perched on stools outside a bar called Angkor What? A few steps away, a football match played on a big screen in the street as people in plastic chairs groaned, cheered and slurped.

I passed bar after bar after restaurant after bar: Around a corner, stalls sold the stuff of holidays: Fish Massage, No Piranhas. Further down the street, signs for massages became more frequent: The ghetto followed a simple formula: Craving the familiarity of a Branston sandwich or a Heineken or a burger is of course understandable, but it is also contradictory because somehow, when on the Banana Pancake Trail, people forget the familiar constraints of home.

The rules are different in Cambodia, it seems. In an interview ,Tony Wheeler responded to a question about Lonely Planet being partly responsible for the creation of the Banana Pancake Trail: Tourism, backpacker-ism and banana pancake trails are all on the rise, and all three will bring both good and bad — hopefully in something close to equal measure. Author Email Claire vd Heever Apr 12, I am in the last few weeks of what has been my first really long overland trip through some of the countries of South-East Asia.

One of the things I have remarked upon in my encounters with other travelers is that there is a latent but otherwise unacknowledged 'hierarchy of the road'. Whilst I have up to now been impressed by the quality of the observations on this site I am dismayed that the present post has slipped into what I can only characterize as a type of effete 'travel snobbery'.

I can say this because I myself am not innocent of taking such a high-handed position. Nor in my status of a somewhat older backpacker have I, by the same token, not felt somehow inferior that I readily shrink from taking the risks of recklessly venturing where so many younger travellers readily go. And these might well be the very same people I might criticise, and have criticised, for contributing to the increasingly tragic inhospitability of tourist destinations such as Vang Vieng.

I guess, what I am trying to say is that the whole ethical dilemma surrounding tourism — especially in third-world countries — is not so easily discussed and delineated by a rather superficial attack on Lonely Planet as the harbinger of doom nor on the easily identified perpetually dumb and inebriated Aussie backpacker.

I really think you have let yourselves down with this post. I have come to expect better. Thank you for your honest response, Michael. I am glad to hear that you were previously impressed by the quality of the observations on our site, though it's a pity we didn't hear from you in your earlier frame of mind.

Your mention of 'travel snobbery' is certainly relevant and I, too, have encountered plenty of what I would call travel snobbery, though it is usually along the lines of travelling to the most far-flung corners of the earth, or intentionally going to the world's least-visited countries. If being selective about which places I travel to — or, for example, knowing that Koh Phangan is simply not for me — makes me a travel snob, then so be it.

What I am more concerned with is the fact that this article reads as some kind of highly simplified answer to the "ethical dilemma surrounding tourism". This was something that was only touched on in the context of examining the so-called Banana Pancake Trail: It is the second in our site's series on famous overland routes , after the Hippy Trail.

As for Lonely Planet, though much of what I have read about this Trail does "blame" Lonely Planet for the explosion of tourism in the region, this is obviously only one side of the argument, and I believe I touched on the positive side too. What interests me most about Lonely Planet is that the company maintains there is a connection between its own ethical stance and 'Lonely Planet travellers', a link which I find problematic and extremely tenuous.

It was the paper on ethical communication within the guidebook series which I linked to in the article that first drew my attention to this. If travellers like the "easily identified perpetually dumb and inebriated Aussie backpacker" really do have the sense that their presence in Southeast Asia, or anywhere they travel deserves to be commended, this threatens to have far more of a negative impact on host countries than numbers alone could — in my opinion, of course.

Claire, thanks for sharing you thoughts.

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