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... District. Rolling hills, grazing cows, puffy white clouds and grass (which has serious novelty value is SE Asia). The perfect picnic spot for us Brits. The downside of the all the 'sights' we visited this week being practically deserted was that we had to work hard to find them. By work hard I mean hours spent lost, or thinking we were lost when we were actually going the right way so we'd turn around and go and get really lost. But it has once again reminded me how much I ...
... on your own for a few days with a bike and no real time frames (except finding somewhere to stay before dark each night, which isn't always easy, but then again anyone would put you up here). Im taking the shorter 2 day route as a practice session for another bike ride Im planning in a few days.
The road rules here - there aren't any. except that the larger the vehicle the more right of way it has and get the hell out of the way fast. ...
... again. Gotta give them credit for working on it so long in that heat!
The rest of the ride was uneventful, complete with the requisite multiple stops for food (they really like their food stops here.) We arrived in the very small town near Kong Lor cave well after dark. With flashlight in hand, we headed to the guesthouse that had the best reviews in town - about a half mile back.
It was a nice place and we gladly took a ...
... to see what else we could do whilst here. This is a city where there isn't much to see or do unless you go into the mountains.
We did find a hotel over the road with a swimming pool which we jumped at the opportunity to take a dip and chill for the afternoon before our night bus.
It was a beautiful hotel and the pool was empty. Around 5pm we headed back for the hotel to gather our stuff and head for the bus station.
Our next stop: Vientiane
India & Nathan ...
... previous night. We wondered why they hadn’t taken us with them but I guess we’ll never know. A village elder showed up and the grandma brought boiled eggs and sticky rice on a small table. The teacher told us they were going to do “sou khuan”, a traditional ritual for good luck which they perform for new houses, weddings etc, which we thought was nice. The old man tied some coloured string around our wrists while saying a blessing, while grandma did the same. ...