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November 2013

Day 140: Vientiane, here I am

Up at 6ish again and we packed up and left just at 7. A quick b’fast of omelets and we were on the road heading towards Vientiane. Jo was free when we are in town so it was all about… Continue Reading →

Day 139: Flat as pancakes ride

We braced ourselves for a long day and that meant we start early and as it is with anything, we split it into bite sized chunks and intermediate targets. Usually my ride is free form, but when we want to… Continue Reading →

Day 138: Another slog into the night

It was a surprisingly disturbed sleep, guess it was he weekend and given that the way was near the Maekhong where the pubs are, it wasn’t surprising. Someone started hitting the bell at 3 am and I couldn’t get much… Continue Reading →

Day 137: One pedal stroke after another

I woke up at 6:30 and the entire household seemed to be out and about. Ouch. Anyway, after packing up quick, we were about to leave when they offered us some b’fast of fried egg and sticky rice. We had… Continue Reading →

Day 136: Countdown to Vientiane

The kids at the way were up early and when I roused at 6:30, it was because some of the kids were banging on the bell hard. We packed up soon and left as the monks started b’fast. We rode… Continue Reading →

Day 135: Short, but good day of riding

After the late night hanging out with the travelers in the guest house at Pakse, I didn’t want to wake up early. At 9 we packed up to leave and met Francois, a cycle tourer from Belgium on a funky… Continue Reading →

Day 134: Ride to Pakse is surprisingly pretty

I slept pretty well in the tent they provided in the wat and didn’t feel like waking up even when my second alarm went off at 7:15. Finally after I walked out and packed up, it was 8 am. The… Continue Reading →

Day 133: Hoping to get a few steady riding days

The train was late by a couple of hours and it was about 9 when we got off, packed up and hit the road. The nights sleep was terrible, can’t recall sleeping at all and I was a bit groggy…. Continue Reading →

Day 132: Train ride across Thailand

Got to say, there will be little visual content here, given I don’t have a camera these days. Bummer. Well just means you’d have to read the shit I write eh! Taking Day’s advice, we decided to take the train…. Continue Reading →

Day 131: Rest stop at Kanchanaburi

Today was a planned rest day. I spent the early part of the morning updating the blogs and catching up with family. It was nice to have good access to net rent again, heh. Later in the day we rode… Continue Reading →

Day 130: Hitch-biking out of the hell road

We planned to wale up early and hit the road, but the night was rough and the little sleep I could get in the wee hours, I was happy to lie around. Finally was up at 7 and a monk… Continue Reading →

Day 129a: Keep calm when a fucking gun is pointed at you

OK I will start this from the point of camping at the river banks about 10 miles North-East of Myitta. We had had a shower in the river and retired early. At 1930 I probably dozed off. I was woken… Continue Reading →

Day 129: Trying to ride out of Myanmar in shitty roads

There is a postscript to this day and you should read it here. This day started quietly and we had plans to meet up with Mario, Olya and Steve. Mario and Olya had to head to the bus station early… Continue Reading →

Day 128: Riding with the Dawei mountain bike club

We made b’fast plans and met up with Steve, Sophie and Ingo at a tea shop. The beach wasn’t too far and we figured a late start wouldn’t really affect our days ride. Steve mentioned that the owner of the… Continue Reading →

Day 127: Big festival in Dawei with old and new friends

We reached Dawei on the narrow roads. There were a few stops along the way and we got to the bus station around 7. It’s been a sequence of many days we have slept the night in buses or trains…. Continue Reading →

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