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... unloaded our bags and said we had to get off.
That left 8 of us at the mercy of the 2 tuk-tuk drivers so we asked them about getting to the bus station to go to Champasak. They said that the last bus had left (we were late in to Pakse so this might have been true) so they could take us for the bargain price of £22 (to put that into perspective it was more than 5 times what we had paid for the 8 hour journey from Thakek for 1 hour!) so we refused ...
... produces fantastic Lao food. We hire bikes and ride out to Wat Phu, 45 mins away, amble down the banks of the Mekong stopping here and there at shady temples. We relax in our easy chairs and watch the boats go past and talk of yesteryear. I tell the BG that I think its really time we moved on before we get trapped in a time ...
... 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 ...