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... bus from hell. For a start the roads are a bit ******. It's quite hard to type. The border crossing was nice and easy, which was good, as some of the horror stories of being ripped off by the border control at these places made us a bit nervous. Still, everyone had to pay 5000 kip for a temperature check. I'm a good temperature. The border control guy that did our passports was the friendliest I've ever seen at any passport control. I don't think I've ever seen ...
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Luang Prabang, Laos
Summary: We are now badass bikers. We enjoyed waterfalls and elephants. Luang Prabang is a very relaxing town and we really liked it.
- Elephants—To any readers that have a moral objection ...
... floor around the temples. This was around 6 hours into our journey then we had another 3 to go to the border town. The journey wasn't too bad and we stayed up to watch the FA cup final before heading to before and getting up at 7 the next morning. The next two days consisted of 9 hours and 8 hours on the "slow boat" the boat was okay and the chairs had just been pulled out of a bus and dumped into the boat. But the boat was busy and we met a few cool people on it. As ...
A 5.30 start this morning to watch some of the 500 monks,mostly novices,collecting alms. This is a daily ritual aálhnd gifts of food are normally made (sticky rice and biscuits). It is then given to the poor and needy by the monks. further along is the morning market where the local farmers bring their produce to market; chickens,frogs,crickets,fruit and veg etc. In addition because it is New Year's Day there masses of other stalls selling just ...
... state, no milling, only a light sanding and staining, it looks wonderful, with a typical, steep pitched Laotian style roof of bright red. The shower block, mounting area and coffee pavilion are of similar design surrounded by banana palms for guess who?
The management owns acres and acres of various fruit trees like, papaya, mango, banana, sugar cane and bamboo, and even watermelon patches, all for the insatiable appetite of the ...