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Day 71: If you laze long enough, you’ll get a rest day

Yesterday night, we returned to our room just after 11 after hanging out and talking travel with a bunch of people. Thomas was locked out of his hostel, which had a 11 pm curfew and Myself and Chris had no… Continue Reading →

Day 70: Chill time in Luang Namtha

Mystery solved. We are staying in town today 🙂 We have been debating all evening about leaving town in the morning, but we weren’t sure which way we should be heading, North or south. Initially we thought of riding out… Continue Reading →

Day 69: Easy ride into Luang Namtha

We were woken up at 7 by the landlady with fried eggs for b’fast. It was going to be a short day today, but we figured we could as well bum our arse in Luang Namtha with internet and started… Continue Reading →

Day 68: Laos, I know you are mountainous, ease up a bit!

As we slept under the tin shed, we heard some lout rattling overhead and later on what seemed like an explosion. Guess it must be some kids chucking rocks on the roof or some fruits falling off the trees. I… Continue Reading →

Day 67: Welcome to Laos

We wanted to get an early start, but Noom’s coffee shop was serving brownies and waffles and we decided we cannot miss that! So after a b’fast at 9 and a dose of pomello that Noom sliced for us, we… Continue Reading →

Day 66: The Mighty Kok route was a royal pain in the butt

Its a riding day at last, and an early start was warranted. But by the time we wished our good byes and left home it was almost 8. I would have been stuck here forever if I didn’t force myself… Continue Reading →

Day 65: Inspiring children

Yesterday night, we talked for a while and it came to pass that Ewa and Katya invited us to their school. So that means another rest day in Chiang Rai. I am not complaining, hanging out with the girls and… Continue Reading →

Day 64: A quiet rest day

So today I woke up in the morning, bid good byes to the teachers heading out to school and myself and chris decided to go into town to a cafe. We made nice big scrambled eggs for b’fast and went… Continue Reading →

Day 63: Enjoying being a bum

One of the pleasures of travelling without a schedule is finding a nice nook where you feel good and lose yourself there. Something like that is happening here. We are being hosted by Katya, Eva and Luis, a combined tour… Continue Reading →

Day 62: Chiang Rai Tourism

I was planning to catch up with Nuch in the morning and had some coffee with her in town. She was a nice lady with a cafe outside of town and I figured I would go back and have lunch… Continue Reading →

Day 61: Rest stop in Chiang Rai

I woke up at the Wat at 6+ and since it was raining a little, I snoozed for a while. About 7 I saw a old guy walk pass and say good morning. He was a dutch traveller, who is… Continue Reading →

Day 60: Quiet ride into Chiang Rai

It’s been a while since I camped alone, guess I should get used to it again! I sat up watching Kurosawa’s Ran in the evening and slept latish. I figured it would be a short day anyway and I can… Continue Reading →

Day 59: More mountain fun

It was raining all night, I guess the monsoon’s late but looks like it’s a preview of the days going ahead. I woke up at 6 but given the rain, I didn’t bother getting out before 7. It was raining… Continue Reading →

Day 58: The mountains kicked my butt

The idea today was to do a short day (by distance) and climb up a gnarly hill called Doi Ang Khang. Everyone we have talked to along the way warned that its steep. SO it was going to be a… Continue Reading →

Day 57: Skipping out of Phrao

Stay at the Wat was nice, we were in a room with a bunch of trophies and a lot of knick knacks no one seems to have touched in years. Cobwebs everywhere and swarming with mozzies too. But hey, it’s… Continue Reading →

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