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... br> At the beginning of December we will cross (hopefully from Northern Thailand) into Laos. We'll have 30 days to explore as much as we can before crossing into Cambodia, for roughly the month of February. Then it's in to Vietnam.
We then plan to head south through Malaysia to Indonesia. Then....we'll let you know!
... d agree!) but touch. Half way up a mountain in wales with no road connection, no running water, electricty or proper toilet. They have had only sheep for company (when they were lucky, ticks when they weren't!). Reading Nina and Russels weekly blogs inspired me to document our forthcoming travels in the same way! Some well travelled sandals Written by my ex-colleague and now fellow travel-bum ...
... phone with George, and we talk about the trip as if we haven't spoke for months. He's away in San Fran at the minute for a family wedding. Once he's back, the splurge will start. About 1/3 or so on the way to saving.
I'm living for pay day though at the minute. I'm meant to be putting £500 towards the trip, but that's not going to happen. Unfortunately, food and rent comes first.
The £6000 total seems a way off yet, but I'll get there.
This was a shorter day of 15km with great variety and plenty of sunshine, but a cold wind and occasional short showers.
After a full English breakfast we began by visiting St Wilfrid’s Church two doors up the road from our lodgings in Burnsall. This beautiful small church, still in use, has a list of rectors on display going back to 1270. The area was invaded and settled by the Vikings who converted to Christianity ...
... right foot blistered as the day progressed, our “match
fitness” not quite what it should be. We were very glad to reach Burnsall and
find our B&B. Dinner was at the popular Red Lion. Janice asked me what the day’s
highlight was for me and I couldn’t decide between (a) taking my boots of at
the end, and (b) the pint of local ale at the pub! Jet lag and general
tiredness saw us comatose in bed by ...