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... the others to go to Pakse. On the tuk-tuk was a local lady who said that she was going to Champasak as well and told us how much it should be, which made the driver pretty angry. When we arrived at the market where the bus went from we walked around to find it to be told it had gone, very frustrating. The local lady gave up and went away and we asked some of the tuk-tuk drivers for their rates, which were all way too high. We then stumbled on the local bus ...
... about three hours at Wat Phou, and were greeted with a surprise when we left.
Jenn spotted it instantly. We had a flat tire on the moto. The road to Wat Phou is sparsely lined with houses, some with business fronts. We stopped and pointed at the tire a few times and always got the same answer, a finger pointing down the road. So I kept pushing the bike along till an old man communicated with his hands to follow him. We did till he pointed to ...
... somewhat worse for wear, but was keen to collect my motorbike and start the southern loop around the bolaven plateau, however the weather had other ideas. The rain didn't even look like abating so I spent the morning sleeping off my hangover and formulating plan B. I decided that if the rain looked like letting up by midday I would try and just get to champasak and wat phou. The rain did let up for around 30 minutes at 11am, which was just enough time for me to pick up my Suzuki ...