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A bit of a sleep in for the second day of our tour as some dodgy food/water made a slightly unpleasant night for Gemma, and me ever so slightly though I mostly escaped. We can't work out if it was dodgy food or some cafe water that we risked a little, but it's the first time either of us have been properly affected. Nevertheless some extra sleep helped and we were both back to our best (ish) for our exciting day ahead. We got some breakfast in Pai from a nice cafe to replenish our ...
... Connor, we stopped by 'Tik's kitchen' for some Thai food. Due to having a tummy bug I was on a diet of boiled rice and bananas, so I sat enviously as Chris tucked into a stir fried chicken red curry, which didn't disappoint. Day five: Pai. With no agenda to move on, we treated ourselves to a lazy start to the day! Then it was off to see some of the sights out of town. First stop was at 'Coffee in Love', unsurprisingly a coffee shop, but according to Connor it also sells some ...
... the corners and with Matt Bryson set a time of 3:51, and Peter and Zoe Lovett’s time in the 911 was a more cautious 4:03. Ludovic Bois, who is now fourth overall in his Volvo Amazon, having overhauled the Merryweathers, set 4:02.
In the Vintage Category, the duelling Chevys of Bill Shields saw a Bill set a time of 4:09, Phil Garratt on 4:18, Rudi Friedrichs posted 4:29 in the Alvis, Daniel Day spun in front ...
... going around the loop. During the last leg of today's 166 km, we pull off the main road at a sign that reads "Wildlife Sanctuary 4km". Not knowing what we'd find, we turn in. There is a guardhouse and the gate is down. The guard comes out. Says hello and waves us inside. The place feels like a summer camp in the fall. Most of the cabins look empty and there are no cars. There is a family of four, down by the river. We walk around a little. We find ...
... country road where someone wouldn't find me for an hour or so. anyway, woke up late. drank fruit smoothies and read a book while it rained. at first, the rain was a little depressing, but now i've grown to like it. it cools the town down and gives me an excuse to be lazy. set out for the night market around 9pm. i'm ALL about the street food these days, and i found the best kebab stand! my only pair of sandals broke, so i stopped at a little booth to buy new ones. this ...