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... transgress. I have used my imagination to come up with my own rough translations: " Copulating strictly forbidden on religious holidays" " Refrain from clipping your toenails in the shower" "Dope smoking only permitted after six o'clock" "If you lose the key to this cupboard my dog will bite off your testicles" I rode to 7/11 for our "supplies" but resigned myself to shopping by a thousand cuts. I'd had the foresight to buy our Hong Thong ...
24.3.2014 Mae Sariang, Thailand Km: 55605 No sleep / Kein Schlaf
Our route takes us to the west, where we spend a night in Mae Sot. The guest house is right next to a restaurant and this overnight stay is the cheapest so far in Thailand. Unfortunately this was the only positive. The restaurant turned out to be a bar where the whole night was a party. Up to 7 in the morning some it held out and made permanently noise. To ...
After a few days planning in Chiang Mai we was ready for our road trip around the Mae Hong Son Loop. The loop is a famous trip with spectacular views through the mountains which are the end of the Himalayas, on incredibly windy roads from Chiang Mai and goes full circle close to the Burmese border via Mae Hong Son back to Chiang Mai. Although we had planned to continue further and return to Chiang Rai instead of Chiang Mai. We collected our car which was a beast! ...
A lovely Cockeral got us up at sunrise they obviously dont have watches! Little Eden even has its own bit of National Park to have a short trek through, so off we went across the bamboo bridge which was very wobbly the walk took an hour saw Elephants, Tigers and a cow, which of course the Tiger ate I lie of course but the Mosquitos had a field day.
On our return we had a swim ...
... as its not simple task to get the two of us, our luggage and the bike up a steep mountain. Flashbacks of Lake Minanjau and all those hairpin turns make it hard to decide what to do. To ease ourselves into the ride we stop by a waterfall at the National Park. The road has changed from a major highway to a smaller road flanked with countryside views. So far its modest compared to the fertile lands of Indonesia but we're promised more spectacular vistas ...