Get your motor runnin’….
That’s the song that pumped through my mind all day as we drove our motorcycles through the winding roads of Northern Thailand. I had visions of Dennis Hopper riding his Chopper down the highway in Easy Rider and suddenly I felt very cool. Sure I was only driving a 110 cc motorscooter, but it still felt pretty awesome to feel the wind blow under the visor of my helmet and watch the Thai countryside pass by.
We had spent the day earlier getting used to some very steep and winding roads as we made our way up to a temple honouring the King’s Mother overlooking Doi Mae Salong. It was all in preparation for the hardest drive of the trip, the ride to the Burmese Border high in the mountains.
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