Getting Around in Southeast Asia

Bankok

The Bangkok airport is the hub. It’s an enormous, grey space station.

Loas Motor Cycle Taxis

And, then you move to Laos: they’ve still got motor cycle taxis put-putting amidst the street vendors

And the big SUVs of the rich.

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To get to the hinter lands of northern Laos, where CRWRC works---you’ve got to use LaoAir, who still use prop planes.

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And, when you get there, you’ve got to get a ride. I was fortunate to get to ride in an old, green Toyota Prado. Oops, I forgot: we also crossed a ferry that was pushed across the river by a tug boat.


       

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Finally, to visit the farmers, you’ve got to hike. Sometimes you’ve got to climb over fences on shaky bamboo fence crossers.

  It’s pretty amazing to me that even though I get lost easier than about 95% of human beings, the Lord has always brought me home so far!

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