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... and said ok you walk up there and I will take your passports to get your visa done, he whizzes off. Panic comes over me that a man on a moped has our passports and I can't see where he is. So I power walk to where he said and he was there and was sorting our visas out for us. It's so funny the things people tell you never to do and giving your passport to someone is a big no no but you do it without thinking. Also everyone did it as well and we got ours back ...
... engineer we met in Borneo explained to me - cantilevers, apparently). First observations reveal the filthy bus spare tyre is laying down near the aisle, and is being used as a seat of course. The skylight has suffered so much water damage over the years it has caved in, and is just a hole in the roof. The rainwater has caused the floor underneath the skylight to rot away. A piece of chipboard lays over the hole, which has now become sodden and is splitting in places revealing ...
... 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 ...