We started our journey on the bike from a resort near Pitsanulok where we off loaded the bike and left our pick-up truck for a week, 650 km from home. https://goo.gl/maps/m2LLTJj6u3q The first day we made it to Changwat Nan, as it was very hot weather we did not want to ride long days. We used the shadow of temples along the way to pause and have a drink quite often. I made this short video of the ferry to Ban Pak Nai on our way to Nan. The ferry was at the other side and not willing to cross, waiting for customers, until a monk showed up and made a phone call...lucky us. No video's of the roads we took in this post as it would not ad a lot to the existing videos. But I made a 2.40 minutes compilation of some mountain roads North of Nan. Next day in Chiang Kham we decided that we really needed a beer in the afternoon, it was very hot again, and therefore checked in Chiang Kham Hotel down town, clean, friendly and 300 THB, with safe parking. The Teak temple in Chiang Kham Instead of heading directly to Chiang Rai we took the 1155 and stayed in Chiang Khong. A really nice road to ride and a beautiful spot at the Mekong. There were road works West of Chiang Khong (1290) which inspired me to make this video. Taking rural roads where ever possible we ended our journey in Ban Sop Ruak, in the recommended Mae Khong River Side hotel. Beautiful location, we had a room on the top floor. From the balcony I made a video of everything that floats or sails on the Mekong, I was impressed. The lady who runs the hotel let me park our bike across the street, in a room that she also used as her bedroom, really! We had a nice stay at the GT. Travelling South we stayed in Chaing Rai and next day rode via 1020 until 1128 which we took to follow an alternative route to Phrae via rural roads, hitting the 103 near Phrae. From Phrae back to our resort looking back at 7 days and a relaxed 1400 km on the bike. Thanks to Goran Phuket and DavidFL for sharing their experience to make this a great trip.