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Laos

Day 89: Avoiding a hyper dusty climb

My alarm rang on time, but I looked up from my tent and didn’t see any one stirring, so I lay down quietly not trying to disturb anyone. I guess everyone is feeling the effect of the run in their… Continue Reading →

Day 88: Barefoot running in Luang Prabang

Thomas was planning to run the half marathon, I had signed up for the 7 km along with Manuela and Chris too. Bough we should be riding today, we thought a quick run and a short day would be fine…. Continue Reading →

Day 87: Meeting more cyclists

We planned to ride today, but when there are many cyclists, it doesn’t always pan out as planned, heh. Chris had spotted a surly in the evening and left a note hoping to meet the tourer. Karen and Erin showed… Continue Reading →

Day 86: Unscheduled rest stop in Luang Prabang

I was planning a late start today and hoped to upload all the pending blogs from the past few days. The idea was to get some distance to Pak Mong, a small town North of Luang Prabang and then we… Continue Reading →

Day 84: Up, up, up, down, up, down, up

My day started at 7 and we took till almost 9:45 before we hit the road. We chatted a lot during b’fast and I realized I was running out of money for food. Chris has been having issues with his… Continue Reading →

Day 83: Beauty of a climb

We had a early rise since the monk mentioned a 6 am curfew of sorts. It was more like a polite suggestion that villagers would be coming over and it would be nice if we woke up before that. At… Continue Reading →

Day 82: Vang Vieng, Bro!

The morning started at 8. I was up early, but the past week or so of lethargy was not letting me get off Te bed. We hit the road and headed towards the highway. We figured here must be a… Continue Reading →

Day 81: Missing the dogs already

The plan was to leave early today, but whenever we stay with hosts, we end up spending a nice Chung of time talking before good byes. Today was no exception. I was up at 6:30 and packed up quickly. Jo… Continue Reading →

Day 80: Dreamtime is too cozy

I woke up at dreamtime bungalow in the forest at 6 am, but I had nothing to do, so dozed for a couple more hours and was ambled down to the b’fast hut at 8. I asked for the French… Continue Reading →

Day 79: Jo led us to paradise

What can I say about today… Jo had told us about this beautiful place about 25 km out of Vientiane. We planned to see the spot this morning. Jo mentioned a few times that it would be ok if we… Continue Reading →

Day 78: More Bike issues resolved

My bike was fine after the spoke got fixed and today I actually had very little to do. But hey, it’s always fine to jump on a bike and go around town. So I joined Chris on his mission to… Continue Reading →

Day 77: Chore’ing in Vientiane

Our presence in Vientiane, and the reason for a long break off the bike, as you know is because Chris’s Bike is unrideable in the hills. Well I was in for a bit of a surprise myself. Today we started… Continue Reading →

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