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So this morning started with an awful hangover from last nights birthday celebrations!!!! We woke up at 8 am feeling and looking like zombies and as the boys headed off for the day at the elephant camp, me and Scarlett got some breakfast and packed our things together. It's a shame the boys aren't coming to Pai because we've all had such a laugh together and get on really well! We took a mini bus to Pai which took ...
... and their bus would depart which would leave only half an hour at the hot springs. Lucy and I decided to go another day when we could spend more time there. After a delicious lunch we met back up with Anna and Dani. They handed their moped in but we decided to keep ours as we'd filled them up with petrol and may as well use that over the next 24 hours. We said our goodbyes and then Lucy and I went for a walk around the city. We walked to the river, round a ...
... the earthquake measured a preliminary magnitude of 6.0 and was centred 9 kilometres south of Mae Lao, Thailand, and 27 kilometres southwest of Chiang Rai.
So after that brief diversion back to our story.
We scoured Pai for an early breakfast before heading away towards Soppong. The road was truly spectacular as we climbed ever higher and we witnessed rural Thailand at its majestic best at Kiew Lom viewpoint. Then we swooped down in neutral gear for ten ...
... We motor biked along the mountain curves passing elephants on the way to the local hot springs where some locals boiled eggs the water was so hot! Found a tea shop with tasty food that we frequented daily and at night they set up unique food stalls including sushi by the piece, stuffed baked potatoes and kebabs. It was hard to leave our peaceful bungalow here but soon headed to Laos as our next destination. Goodbye Thailand- you are ...
... to travel for six months, and Julian (German) happy to discuss modern history at two in the morning after a Chang or two (see Changover). Canadians, Dutch, and Scandinavians outnumber any other nation although some Canadians were suspiciously American and despite media, preconceptions and stereotypes some of those have been some of the most friendly, intelligent, subtle and humble people we have met. Today we sat in Cafein ...
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