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... I pushed the bike and another guy emerged from the house. He got his tool box and went to work. Took out the inner tube, found the hole, patched it up, using a home made press out of a car rotor, an iron and half a c-clamp. In ten minutes the tire was fixed and it only cost us 10,000 Kip.
We were both drained by the sun and hungry. The Champasak With Love is a newly opened restaurant with a great deck on the river. We ate dinner and had ...
... and it's was supported as an important temple site even after Angkor was established. It is centred around a sacred spring that flows from the base of a mountain that supposedly looks like a penis (the top was shrouded in clouds, so I can't say how accurate that is). I had read about it before coming, but it was both bigger and more impressive than I had been led to believe. It is very well preserved and I had the place to myself with the exception of a Japanese couple. By the time ...
... way back and checked out museum before returning to digs all hot and tired.
Had my first Papaya salad what a great meal I have never eaten so healthily.
We sat on the balcony swapping stories having a beer and watching the fishermen on the Mekong River. Even two men dragging a net close to shore with their kids,what a great way to spend the day.
We all agreed one more night and thats it as there is nothing else in the area to ...