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Really do like this ride. Not too far away and lots of great, empty twisties up among the cool lush, mountain air.



8.40am and a quick McDonald's Breakie and hitting the road for 9am.

By 11am I was hitting the twisties, and by 12.00 I had stopped by some caves, and was at a waterfall right along the Burmese Border.



Watch out for the monkeys.







Some X-Speed stickers underneath the tail section.









Doing an Indiana Jones at some waterfall.





Ratchaburi is simply a lovely province, lots of caves, hot springs, and waterfalls. And of course Gai Yang - grilled chicken.



My favourite sign in the world.



And they're not lying either:



 

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Roads are great, as is the scenery, and not another vehicle in sight.



Lots of Mon-Burmese villages about, with most of the women out weaving big baskets. And a few monkeys in cages.



She knows a good bike when she sees one:





Almost back in Ratchaburi.



Spent about 3 hours just riding around the border twisties, going through villages and mountains, and was back in Bangkok city centre by 5.30pm.

Can't wait til next time. :)
 

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I live in south Louisiana in the US. It's very, very flat here. I'd have to drive a good 45 minutes just to see anything that might be considered a hill. It's probably almost 3 hours to anything like a mountain. In Louisiana, a mountain is usually just the largest pile of mud. :D
 
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