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... reporter and landed in the bushes, and then saw seconds tick away finding reverse gear, posting a time of 4:30.
It was an eventful day for some. The Mercedes Ponton of Clemens Lansing had to be towed up a particularly steep hill by one of the Organising team Toyotas, Rudi Friedrichs came to the rescue of Australian pride when fellow Alvis driver Michael Wilkinson was sidelined with a broken gear-lever. Rudi got ...
... Hong Son is a much larger town. Our hotel is only about a block from a small lake. The streets around the lake are shut down at night and another night market takes shape. Vendors ring the lake and I pig out on more street food. We watch a woman make dumplings by cooking a rice flour slurry on small platter. The hotel is nicer than the previous night's although it still features the all-in-one bathroom design. This one at least has a curtain. The experience ...
... took the long way back to town. i love the houses, the scenery, the certain quirk that makes pai "cool". we had dinner at na's kitchen and headed home. showered, re-grouped and met fay again at night. saturday nights are big for live music, so we rode over to edible jazz. a thai band was doing covers of classic hits. rolling stones. eric clapton. they knew them all. if you closed your eyes, you would've thought the singer was tracy chapman. would've seriously died if ...
... performed a “mut gai” ceremony, which is like a
blessing ceremony to give me good luck and good health. I used to do it with Mum and Dad but now I'm old enough to do it by myself. For my one he used chicken, and for Mum, Dad and Lola he used pork. So now I have white cotton bands around my wrists that my great grandfather
tied. It is common in Northern Thailand. Thanks for all the comments, here are some more ...
Today I drank coffee until the rain stopped then we took the bike up north just a few km's from the Burma boarder, we got as far as a road toll with a couple of guards so we turned around and came back down the road looking for another Karen tribe.
We saw some signs to some fish caves so we followed the signs. It was a very green and peaceful place at the fish caves and there was a place to sit and have lunch. There were lots of tourists and ...