Rai Saeng Arun
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... the brakes on the way down. The dust in places was hard to see thru but you just kept on going, eventually we arrived at the waterfall parking area and had about a 15min trek through the jungle and there was the waterfall.
The guides set about building a fire and making bamboo implements while trying to convince us to have a swim (way too cold) Got a few ideas for my bamboo from them. After toasting a few marsh mellows (way better ...
... Chiang Khong, a fairly small town but with some wonderful views over the Mekong river looking into Laos. Not long now till we cross the bridge, just a few nights here while we prepare ourselves for the crossing.
I don't think we will ever complain about London buses ever ...
... at the Lao immigration. here is the good news - you can get US$ here. So whatever you do - DO NOT exchange money at the Thai side.
Getting my money (and not enough Kip - but more about that later) - exchange rate was $1: 8000 kip, 1 Euro: 10,000 Kip, and £1: 12,000 Kip - I just get to the counter, filling in the arrival and departure card, and a third form, hand it ovre to the officials with my passport. As not a lot of tourist arrived at the border the waiting time ...
The last couple of days on the farm went by rather quietly. Eric and Noelle were a joy to have for a couple of days but it was nice to have our hut back to ourselves for the last couple of nights. In an essence it was a perfect opportunity to let us rest up before making our trip over to Laos. We vowed that we would help mom and dad feed the chickens at 4:30am the next couple of mornings as well as picking the eggs. It was the least we could do to offer as much help as we ...
... from getting wet, this cocooned us in a hue of blue. I went to the back of the boat and just watched as we travelled down the river with the rain falling on my face. The journey is supposed to be 7 hours, but we made it in five. The rain had not subsided so we had to endure this as we left the boat, and walked up the hill to find the hostel we had booked. Pakbeng seems to be nothing more than just a street of hostels, with a few restaurants, bars ...