We're instructed not to go near the head end. No fear of that!
Make sure you wash behind the ears! The elephants absolutely love the preening.
Goodbye Vancouver, it's been awesome! I spy a sign to the US border...
Action shot whilst riding back into Bangkok on newly serviced bikes!
What have you got to lose?
Three hours later and only 40km covered. James, and my bike, bear the evidence of a fall in thick wet clay. It was so bad we weren't in the mood to take pictures.
Smooth roads and perfect weather a happy biker makes.
In the charming village of Deep Cove, about to go for a little hike.
It took the weight of the GS so Em takes a deep breath and goes for it!
The mountain road back down to Jammu; heavenly scenery, hellish driving.
James stands victorious having chopped the legs off his camel!!
James waits at the side of the road for a slightly queasy Fabian to appear on his 125.
Naturally, we lap up the culture in our usual high-brow manner!
Mum spends a good hour (ok, ten minutes) choosing some tiles to take back. I'm quite happy on a little stool out of shot.
Caught on camera by Juan!
Having a wander through Ban Thanh market, James and Darren inadvertently pose like a couple!
Out in Kho San Road. James tests his new lens, couriered from the US by James G and brought out to us by Darren. Thanks guys!
We get our tanks painted, Pakistani-stylee!
Shepherd boy on the way up to the Dolon Pass.
Michael and Noemi all kitted up and ready to go... completely insane!!
A common sight in Azerbaijan - bread is considered holy thus can't be thrown away, leaving the locals with a disposal problem, so they hang it at the back of the house...
Pleased to be in something other than one of my three t-shirts (thanks, Mum!)
I'm an EIGHT?!! (Sorry, Friends quote from when Ross overdoes it on the fake tan!)
Fairy lights add to the atmosphere.
James goes for a Christmas Day massage and gets more than he bargained for!
Two days and 1000km later; cocktails are the order of the day! Even James accepts an appletini!