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Laos

A brief Hiatus

Destination: Singapore Duration: 5 months Well after a few months of some excellent riding, finding amazing riding buddies in Chris, Andres and briefly Thomas & Manuela, meeting some amazing people along the way, I decided to hang up the saddle… Continue Reading →

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 96: Leaving Luang Namtha is never easy

I woke up before 6 and we decided to head to the bus station early and haggle over the bike in leisure. When we got to the bus station, it was 7:15 and he us was to leave at 8…. Continue Reading →

Day 95: Canoeing down Nam Tha

Today was to be a day long canoe trip along Nam Tha. We met up with Jan and Julia for b’fast and headed to he green discovery office to start the trip. There was some confusion on how much we… Continue Reading →

Day 94: Haggling over bicycles

The campsite was actually cozy and I woke up to a really foggy day. Atul had walked up to the temple for some morning views but he was greeted with a whiteout. We packed up , had b’fast and headed… Continue Reading →

Day 93: Epic descent over the wrong road

I had used another bit if gear I’ve been carrying, my sleeping bag, in the last couple of nights. It wasn’t cold, but cozy with the sleeping bag though. I was up at 6 and at hong nothing to eat… Continue Reading →

Day 92: Exploring more unchartered villages

I woke up to 30 people staring into my tent. It was funny that when I took my camera out, everybody just ran away. They’d show up again in a couple of minutes. We couldn’t stay there, and though we… Continue Reading →

Day 91: Random plans takes us to Likna

We met Thomas and Manuela for b’fast. We weren’t sure if there was going to be a boat up to Pongsaly, given these are not scheduled services. Myself and Chris had planned to bike out of town, but plans change…. Continue Reading →

Day 90: Boat tripping to Muang Khoua

The plan today was to catch a boat upstream to a small town called Muang Khoua. Our maps tell us there are roads leading out towards Luang Namtha and we would do that in 3 or 4 days. He boats… Continue Reading →

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