Kao, Kao, Kao - 103 kilometers Lamb\'s Barn -- Sun, Aug 7, 2005 The start of the day:
Nope -- Cipro wasn't quite as cool as I thought it was. Still excreting every liter of liquid that I consume and a few liters from god nows where. Wen Ray pleasantly let's me know that the roads will be even worse today.
The end of the day:
Hum... it looks like its going to rain and because of the roads we won't make it to Anxi. What can we do? We'll we can stay in this converted lamb's barn that currently holds farm workers...
And that is what we did -- I was actually rather enthusastic about this; Wen Ray and Fang Wen Guang wanted to catch a ride to town. I threatened them with the crazy American will sleep in a tent outside and they acquisced.
Our great host of barn stall #2 pulled in two wooden crate boards (the ones with eight inch breaks in them) for us to sleep on (perfect for a good nights sleep, right...) I liked the beautiful concrete facade and the wonderful outside landscaping of broken down tractor parts, disregarded plastic bottles and used toilet paper. After enjoying my delicious bowl of roman-like noodles I went to bed -- only to be woken at 1am by my stomach's disagreement with the sprite and roman combination.