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LAOS | Tuesday, 12 March 2013 | Views [409]

I'm writing this on our final leg of a 20 hour journey back to the thailand so excuse any mistakes. I'm tired. Saying goodbye to Laos after 10 days of activities and drinking. Didn't expect it to be such a drink-fuelled part of the trip but somehow we always manage to find the magaluf in any country... We kept getting included in debates on the meaning of life and "oneness" which, although we found it ridiculous, did give me some good tattoo ideas.. The day after kayaking we went tubing, which involves floating down the Mekong river in a rubber ring, drinking, stopping at bars and generally chilling out. We also ventured to the "blue lagoon" where there was an epic cave which, after a few vodkas while still hungover, was terrifying. Cool, but terrifying. Luckily the guys helped us out otherwise I could be writing a very different post.. Dunks went home early one night (dw we were safe and with people we knew) and I spent the whole time feeling like I'd lost a limb #separationanxiety. We left for luang prubang on the rockiest coach of all time and spent our day in the sunshine at a pretty massive waterfall. Tor finally got me on a bike yesterday and, despite my rocky start after the 10 year gap in cycling, it was pretty fun. Girl got SKILLZ on a bike. However it may not have been the best idea right before having to sit down for 20hrs.. #ouch. On our way to chiang mai now for the last leg of our asia tour. Quite sad to be leaving but definitely ready for the aussies #notcheeky. Lbad x

Tags: bikes, caving, laos, oneness, tubing, waterfall

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