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... them for help they look at you with an odd expression. Maybe their wage is not linked to sales or maybe we are just very scary foreigners? Anyway I found a pair of very comfortable saddles in a huge size 40 that would never sell here but is average for Australia, and they were on sale and they had my name on them. I confirmed the price of 1400 baht (about $56 AUD) and when I checked the receipt on walking out she had charged me 1100 baht (about $44 AUD). Guess it was my lucky ...
... Chiang Rai which is even further North, close to the Golden Triangle between Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam. To be honest there is not that much to do in Chiang Rai and it seems to server more as a base for doing day trips to the Vietnamese or Myanmar boarder. One thing that was spectacular, however, was the world famous White Temple – Wat Rong Khun. Why is it spectacular? Because it's a very modern and arty take on ...
... itself is gorgeous and the area is filled with gorgeous colorful mosaic tiled pillars and pagodas. After that we headed across the river to Wat Arun, the temple of dawn. Since it's close to the river and it has a unique structure, it's one of the most beautiful temples. Except of course when there's construction going on and scaffolding all across the temple, like today. The temples in Bangkok are so numerous and all beautiful. It's also easy to become jaded by the ...
... on LPG, but she had to find a LPG station to fill up.
The SOB's gave her some sort of script money in change, which requires her to get 100
baht worth before she can use them, and she's not likely to be in that neighborhood
again soon. Her Toyota has a switch to go from petrol to LPG,.
The day was excellent, so much so that the long traffic-ridden ride home did not
dampen our enthusiasm.
We meet Rat at 8am ...
Well here we are, the last blog entry!
I had about a week left in Laos where I went to Vang Vieng and then decided to go back to Luang Prabang for my last 4 nights since I had loved it so much. Vang Vieng is a town famous on the backpacker circuit for an activity called 'tubing' where you rent a rubber ring and float down river stopping at bars (the staff throw a plastic bottle at you attached to string and pull you towards the shore - you just have to be careful not to ...