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a nightly ride and an early train

i started from siem reap and wanted to stop after 100km in sisophon but to find a guesthouse proofed rather difficult. all hotels seemed to be booked out or had only an expensive ac deluxe room. i decided to continue to the border and try my luck there. i didn’t make it before dark but after getting used to riding in the night it is mostly fun. everything seems calmer and your senses shift.

the border was already closed and i found a guesthouse without ac and without the deluxe. the border crossing the next morning was painless as i already got my visa in laos. after 6km i stopped for the day to get used to another country and currency and i still felt the 150km from the day before. i decided to take the train early next morning to avoid the heavy traffic towards bangkok and to arrive before dawn to have enough time to look for an accomodation.

3 replies on “a nightly ride and an early train”

hi ringo,

ja ist auch etwas ueber dem durchschnitt. kilometerzaehler ist nicht an bord. ich denke ich wuerde mich dann zu viel mit zahlen beschaeftigen. die 150 kilometer standen einfach auf nem strassenschild. hier gibt es auch oft genug meilensteine um sich zu orientieren.

was machen die radtouren zu den berliner seen ode ins umland?

herzlichst,

matthias

Moin Matze,

hab jetzt erst Deine Antwort gesehen.

Wir (Katja und ich) haben letztens ne 3-Tages-Tour nach Brandenburg (Stadt) gemacht. War schön, aber am Wasser sind halt die Mücken etwas nervig. Hast Du schon schlechte Erfahrungen mit Insekten gemacht?

Gruß,

Ringo

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