-Cool buildings up in Chaing Mai-
-The boys make a fire on the multi-day down the Nam-Wa-
-Happy kids way off in the middle of nowhere-
-Josh hangs out with a cool old dude-
And a few photo's of Me, Josh and Sam...
-Sam, all Hairy-Lemon'd up- -Photo by Josh-
-Me looking serious about something-
-Photo by Josh-
-Me behind the lens--Photo by Josh-
All that's left to do is to thank all the people who've helped this trip work out;
Big up to all the guys in Uganda who helped scrape together enough creeking gear for me and Sam. Especially Jamie at Kayak the Nile, and Davey at NRE. (Sorry Davey that your Creek boat now has a hole in it and we're leaving it here - hope you don't mind!)
Guys in Thailand. Wick for good advice. And Jason at Siam Rivers / Kona coffee shop (Chaing Mai) for awesome breakfasts, good coffee, great info and help in planning our missions, and for coming and drinking whiskey with us until the early hours. Pete Buick for inspiring Sam to set up a trip here in the first place, and then helping us out with logistics in Thailand from day 1.
Mum and Dad - for digging through my gear at home and sending it half way around the world to get to me in time. And everything else you did to help.
Fluid Kayaks - for making boats that don't break when you slam into rocks.
For me now I'm heading back to Uganda and the Nile. I've got lots of work lined up with Kayak the Nile as well as a few cool projects I'll let you know about if I get them off the ground.
At the end of November we have the 2007 Nile Freestyle Festival and it really is going to be the biggest and best yet, if you've got the cash and the time you have to be there - it's unmissable.
Happy Paddling and Safe Travels.
Will, Sam and Josh.