Category Archives: Thailand

Our ride around Thailand


Goodbye Thailand – Hello Laos

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(written by Dave) Today is our last day in Thailand.  In terms of raw numbers, we’ve been here for nearly 2 months (we have two days left on our 60 day visa’s), we’ve ridden about 2,900 ks and we’ve spent … Continue reading


Quick update from Nong Khai

(written by Dave) Very quick update from Nong Khai – why? Because we had a great day but never actually made it past reception at the guesthouse. We spent a good part of the morning talking with our Mums on Skype, then with … Continue reading


Sala Keaw Koo and more from Nong Khai

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(written by Dave) Getting up this morning was a little like the day after Christmas, for me at least.  I had been looking forward to the Loy Krathong festival for such a long time, then to have it over when we … Continue reading


To the mighty Mekong River – Udon Thani to Nong Khai (56/9909 ks)

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(Written by Dave) What a night we had at the old Irish Clock. Our room was right above the bar and the previous night there was a live band. We thought we were goners but the band quit at 10:15 … Continue reading


Udon Thani update

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(written by Dave) Dinner with Forrest and his friend Dang was great.  They came to our hotel (The Irish Clock) where we ate and drank western food and beer.  There was a band as well, 3 Thai guys playing western … Continue reading


Easy day to Udon Thani (49/9853 ks)

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(written by Dave) We had a bit of a lay-in this morning as we only needed to cover 50ish k. When we finally made it outside our room and to the hotel restaurant,we both decided to one more time, try out … Continue reading


Fresh legs, easy day to Nong Bua Lam Phu (103/9804 ks)

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(written by Nancy) We got an early start today after eating breakfast in the room.  The terrain was mostly flat all day today – only a few gentle climbs, which was a nice change after the last few days.  The … Continue reading