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... called a Visa Run. That means you spend 4 hours running up to the
country of Burma border and pray they will extend your visa. It is at the descresion of the
immigration officer. He can say no-- he can give you 15 days or he can be a sweetly and give
you 30 days..
everything went great
so we have 30 more days... Yippee !
so for the ride... Oh my goodness,!
Wew we ...
Between the carved iron wood pillars ,doors,and pictures. Then you have the murals on so many
temples. Then the scrolling and whatever the curling things are on the corners of the roofs.
There are small colored mirrors implanted for dragon scales . They are also above doors .
The artist are truly talented
We had a very strange experience today.
... some very royal looking toilets! The crowds moved in as we were leaving and hit the road for our long journey (180km), completing our motorbike trip, and taking us back to Chiang Mai. If there is one thing we learnt in this trip, it was to stop as regularly as we could. This didn't necessarily happen as it is not always that easy to stop, however for this long stint we decided on no longer than one hour sections. It wasn't an exciting journey along straight and flat main roads, ...
I am excited for today because we are going to Laos. Last year I went to Myanmar and this year to Laos. I keep adding more countries every year. I never imagined that I would become a world traveler. I was terrified of planes and did not take my first plane ride until 2002. It was the one year anniversary after 9/11 and an international flight at that. Here I am 12 years later having visited 15 countries: Canada, Austria, Switzerland, England, Scotland, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Aruba, ...
... escape as did the Taiwanese. We had a traditional Chinese lunch and continued on to see the tea plantation on the hillside. Great views along the snakeing road, on this mountain. After that we headed to Chiangsaen to see The Golden Triangle, where Thailand, Laos, Myanmar meet on the Mekong river, Here, the Opium trade and smuggling used to be the main industry. Now it is banned! Spent the night at Mae ...