Ban Muang View Point

Phu Huay Isaan – Nong Khai Really a morning spot to watch the sun rise over the Mekong.   No one is up here in the day time and you have the place to yourself.  It is a steep climb once you leave the paved road. The track is like talcum powder in places with rocks hidden underneath. Did…

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Loei Adventure Trail Riding Ep 1.

Stopped at Luang Prabang Restaurant located on the 211 Loei province. Speaking with the owner. He informed me of loads of trails behind the village. Also stated it is very beautiful in there and there is a waterfall 1 km in the jungle that only the locals know about. Have 701 – Must go and take a look. Not…

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Kanchanaburi : The Wild West Ep. 2

Back on the Saiyok Kanchanaburi Trail. Been wet for the last month and half. Luckily the rained eased up as well as the weather fining up for the ride.. Finally a weekend with sunshine. Day one we explore some new trails and ended up finding the creek trail down below in the ravine. So we cut a path down…

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Bong Ti Kanchanburi

GPS Coordinates 14.03361° N, 98.99096° E Located in Kanchanaburi on the border with Myanmar. Quiet back roads and a rough narrow road to the Border Patrol Police stopping a short distance from the actual border. A nice ride here through the back roads. Super friendly locals. The kids stopped walking and gave me a Wai as I rode past…..

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Hellfire Pass, Death Railway – Kanchanaburi

Hellfire Pass is the name of the railway cutting on the former Burma railway (Death Railway) in Kanchanaburi, Thailand. Built using forced labour during the Second World War. In part by Allied Prisoners of war, as well as local and regional slave labour. The pass is noted for the harsh conditions, heavy loss of life suffered by labourers during…

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River Kwai Suspension Bridge

GPS Coordinates 14.34012 N 98.93839 E The Suspension Bridge is located approximately 2 kilometres from Hellfire Pass. Drive directly down the winding road until you come to the river and the bridge. A cool spot to hang out, picnic and go for a swim. The other side of the river hosts temples and a small village. After the initial…

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Chiang Khong – Rumble In the Jungle

November 30th. Time to head off to Laos again for the end of year trip. What better way to start a trip than easing myself in to the dirt with David and his son Nak. Arrive the night before. Ready to roll the next morning on some pretty good trails. Had a taste of the trails with David last…

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