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19 July 2010


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Lawrence quite and adventure. Wish I had done the same although I might have had second thoughts about the bridge.

I think these "off road" treks are great for exploring, even here some of the back roads to the border reveal a few gems. Interestingly the Thai/Myanmar border is not well defined in many places and you could easily stray.


Lawrence, what an adventure and great photos, and like Pensri, Ciejay would have been walkinf across too, , I love driving "off road " , but Ciejay is a scarey cat and also afraid to damage the truck we saved sooo long for . I do jump on the Honda Wave sometime and ride down soon country roads, did you ever read my real older post called "COUNTRY ROADS" you might like it , wish I were there with you on a couple of your trips , keep us posted and we love hearing about your adventures . Malcolm

I showed Ciejay the bridge crossing pic and she said "NO WAY " ha ha


Hi Mike and Malcolm. Catching up.

Thanks for these comments. Pensri thinks we have done enough (or more than enough) off-road driving in Laos but I still have one more route in mind. We shall see.

Mike, I should think straying into Myanmar is not a great idea.

Malcolm, I'll be checking out your 'country roads' post. Were you singing the song as you rode along?

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