Ploy Palace Hotel
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... out we’ve been roped into dancing in funny costumes again...
Prathom 4 on Friday were the first class to start their international day posters. We were really pleased with them as it’s hard to get any creativity out of them. Pupils in Thailand copy of the board a lot and aren’t happy thinking up ideas for themselves! After a bit of encouragement we had a few nice posters to choose from. Our display is slowly coming together!
... road had giant rocks as loose stone, deep sand, pot holes, the lot!! It became very difficult and dangerous to move along, our speed was about 10 - 15mph and difficult to get out of 3rd gear. 1 hour into the journey we had only covered about 20km, something we can do in 15 minutes on good road and we had still 160km to travel. At this rate it would be midnight by the time we arrive. It got so bad that at one point Crombot's chain came off and rather than fix it by the road we ...
Very early start at the market in Pak San eating egg and rice noodles while Butch and Princess get tweaked at the mechanic.
We were aiming for 320km all the way to Savannakhet today and the morning saw us make very good time to another town on the border and banks of the Mekong. We had a terrible lunch that was nothing that we ordered but the weather was good and we continued on. Kim and Vikki swapped bikes for the last stretch in part to make things a ...
... but come 8:30am we were still sat in the bus station whilst our bus is loaded within an inch of its life with grain, onions, potatoes, bags of flip flops. Under all the seats, the floor is lined with bags of rice, three storeys high, each weighing 25kg- some double that. At the back of the bus the rice bags are loaded all the way up and on top of the seats. Add 40 passengers and all the cargo stowed underneath the bus- and the bus felt a little on ...
... to 9pm and we'd joined forces with the other "ferang" from the bus to share the cost of the tuk tuk this time. We made it to a guesthouse we'd picked out of Lonely Planet and we were just grateful they had a room even if it was slightly more expensive than we'd intended. After a fruitless attempt to find dinner, in a town (and country) that closes at 11pm and with kitchens that therefore shut by 10pm, we gave up on that idea, bought crisps and beer and had a picnic ...