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... too bad. Managed to eventually get back to sleep. 17/5..up at 7, packed and got ready to go again. Our guide came to fetch us and we went through to the breakfast camp. Everyone's thigh muscles were a bit achy today. Said our goodbyes to Charlotte and Gillian, as they had one more night there. We trekked for about 20 mins to our first zip line. We had 16 in total today. Due to the rain the first zip line was very slippery. B ended up coming in to the platform about 20kmp/h ...
... We booked into a hotel as it was still very hot and sticky and we were both still pretty tired, so we took the easy option and booked a $22US hotel room in Saylomyeu Hotel, it wasn’t much money, but it wasn’t much of a room either. However, it’s redeeming feature was a delicious fried rice and seafood meal in the evening. Tasty, right size and only 68,000 kip including drinks. (That’s $10.71AUD).
... he had the torch. However, it seemed I did not take a good enough run up to the zip-line, as I didn't quite make it to the platform, and before I knew it, I was zip-lining in the wrong direction. So in the dark, I had to pull my way into our treehouse. Simple but awesome, the treehouse consisted of two single beds with mosquito nets and sleeping bags, a small table, and a bathroom with a toilet and sink. What more do you need! It was so exciting to be sleeping in a treehouse in ...
... drink them and so weren't paying. On hearing this, I was literally shooed out of the door!! We found a decent coffee and headed back to the guesthouse at about 10am and were allowed in to our room which was the nicest we'd had in Laos so far. We were knackered from our journey and so spent the afternoon napping and watching TV.
That night we got lost trying to find the restaurant we were looking for and so ended up having a beer in a bar to use their wifi. ...
... then until I return. We get underway, several people seated or standing in the aisle. It only takes a couple of minutes for the Laos karaoke machine to come up on the TV screen and blasting out the speakers. So far we have managed to avoid the karaoke on buses, but then, we only have an eight hour journey ahead of us so how annoying could it be!! We both put our iPods on to try and drown out the Laos romantic ballads blasting over the speakers, it only half works ...