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... to cover me until LP. My poor brain has been struggling with the currency and exchange rate. I am not sure if I had enough to get me through for two days as I just couldn't do the math. Pretty embarrassing on my half, especially as I have been working on a daily basis with currency conversion I to JPY. The boat is ...
A small city, Chiang Rai was a peaceful break from what has been a busy first couple of weeks. Much smaller than its neighbour Chiang Mai and definitely quieter, we have enjoyed a couple of nice laid back days here. We arrived here by bus from Chiang Mai, which we thought was going to take us 6.5 hours... Turns out it was only 3! We were all prepared with a bus picnic (typical Brits!) but before we knew it we we'd arrived... Obviously the picnic didn't go to waste! We ...
... in loads of different animal furs and skins. The table runner was a full snakes skin it was very weird. Then we walked around the different buildings where there were stuffed blow fish, different animal bones. These random pods that looked like some kind of ritual thing that would take place as there were chairs around the outside. The artist who has designed this is clearly mad and he lives on the site and we saw him in the grand hall. He's in his 70's and looks a bit like ...
... on one side and Lao immigration on the other. It's only recently opened and maybe has some teething problems.We got through Thai immigration quickly and efficiently and were then taken over the bridge ( quite a wide span) by bus to join chaotic crowds of people waiting to get through Laos Immigration. Kae, our boat guide, took all the passports, photos and visa paperwork and promised us he'd get us through quickly 'VIP'. But it was ...
... am an incredibly nervous and tense driver which caused my muscles and hands to cramp. The first 3 hours of the drive were highway (which wasn't bad) but the last hour was an upward climb. The road winds up the mountain and peaks and falls throughout. On top of that, there were a lot of potholes, which meant a lot of gassing, breaking and swerving.*We were the only people driving automatic scooters. Everyone else had a manual bike/motorcycle, and yet ...