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Michael HeitzMichael Heitz from United States wrote on January 14, 2016 on 8:59 am:
When bicycling through the remote mountains of Laos, it is easy to build up a hunger. One of the things about cycling is that you need energy – lots of it – which means you get have to eat much more than normal. Many calories out make us need many calories in. However, this is a problem when cycling through humongous mountains and remote primitive villages without a shop or restaurant within a hundred miles. But we didn’t have to worry. Our fantastic bicycle guide, Chit, came well-stocked with noodles and fresh vegetables to make soup. The Vietnamese call this type of concoction pho, but the Laotians simply call it noodle soup. Chit also brought along a camping stove, a cute little folding table with bright plastic chairs, glass bowls, and chop sticks. The van driver carried all of these items along with a cooler of cold drinks and went ahead to have a little picnic site organized by the time we pedaled there. We felt so pampered sitting around the table placed on the lightly traveled mountain roads and eating our warm and nourishing meal. Take a look.
Liz stubbsLiz stubbs from United States wrote on January 14, 2016 on 8:10 am:
We were lucky to be on a cycling tour through southern Laos with Chit and his support crew. Our group included cyclists of all levels of ability and Chit and his team did a fabulous job keeping an eye on all of us, no matter how fast or slow we rode. They always had great spirit and energy and made the trip most enjoyable. Additionally, Chit was able to make our visit to Laos really come alive with sharing some of its history and explaining some of its culture and traditions throughout our trek. A truly rich experience made most enjoyable by our knowledgeable and prepared guides. Producer/Writer/Photographer

Name:  Liz stubbs

Country:  United States

E-mail:  liz@lizstubbs.com

We were lucky to be on a cycling tour through southern Laos with Chit and his support crew. Our group included cyclists of all levels of ability and Chit and his team did a fabulous job keeping an eye on all of us, no matter how fast or slow we rode. They always had great spirit and energy and made the trip most enjoyable. Additionally, Chit was able to make our visit to Laos really come alive with sharing some of its history and explaining some of its culture and traditions throughout our trek. A truly rich experience made most enjoyable by our knowledgeable and prepared guides. Producer/Writer/Photographer http://www.lizstubbs.com

Name:  Michael Heitz

Country:  United States

E-mail:  mh@meheitz.com

When bicycling through the remote mountains of Laos, it is easy to build up a hunger. One of the things about cycling is that you need energy – lots of it – which means you get have to eat much more than normal. Many calories out make us need many calories in.

However, this is a problem when cycling through humongous mountains and remote primitive villages without a shop or restaurant within a hundred miles. But we didn’t have to worry. Our fantastic bicycle guide, Chit, came well-stocked with noodles and fresh vegetables to make soup. The Vietnamese call this type of concoction pho, but the Laotians simply call it noodle soup.

Chit also brought along a camping stove, a cute little folding table with bright plastic chairs, glass bowls, and chop sticks. The van driver carried all of these items along with a cooler of cold drinks and went ahead to have a little picnic site organized by the time we pedaled there. We felt so pampered sitting around the table placed on the lightly traveled mountain roads and eating our warm and nourishing meal. Take a look.

http://the2seasons.com/2011/02/15/food-fast.aspx

Name:  Stewart Given

Country:  United States

E-mail:  stewartgiven@gmail.com

Chit and the gang were great. It was a wonderful tour, Beng Beng’s were delicious and the mountains roads really long and steep. Laos is a beautiful country. And it’s seen best from the seat of a bicycle.

Name:  Mark, Laurie & Cat Orman

Country:  United States

E-mail:  laurieorman@me.com

Our family of three spent a magical time with Chit in Lao in the summer of 2010. We loved every minute of our time with the friendly people, the unspoiled countryside, the delicious food, beautiful handicrafts and charming towns. In a trip that was full of marvelous adventures–trekking to remote villages, exploring caves, swimming in waterfalls, sharing alms with the monks, wandering night markets–nothing was more wonderful than the evening we spent with Chit’s family. If you visit Lao, you cannot be in better hands than Chit’s!

http://web.me.com/laurieorman

Name:   Liza Dunham

Country:  United States

E-mail:  lizadunham@aol.com

Loved every minute of the trip thru Laos. Everything was great even if the guest houses were a littly funky. Chit and Bay did a good job of keeping our group together. And we definitely appreciate the Welcoming Ceremony in your home!! That was super special.

Name:  Salminen

Country:  Switzerland

E-mail:  psalminen@styron.com

Our small biking group spent two weeks in Northern Laos with Chit of Sabaidee LuangPrabang Travel as our guide. Although we had read positive comments from other international tourists, Chit surprised us with incredible service and impressive creativity. Everything from the exciting biking adventure to delicious picnic lunches and complex bicycle repairs were taken care of with great professionalism ! Chit’s good knowledge of culture, nature, geography and history as well as touching personal past gave us a good and first-hand insight into the life of the friendly Lao people. The memories will remain in our minds for the rest of our lives ! We don’t hesitate to provide Chit and his company our best recommendations as a tour guide for classic and biking trips in Laos.