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September 13th, 2006 | categorizilation: all categories,highlights,Kyrgyzstan

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English Summary: Two hours of severe stomach cramps (lie on the ground and moan type) today set the scene for my most crazy bout of diahorrea so far. Unable to eat much for dinner tonight, I am now just passing water. Made the decision to take some diahorrea medicine kindly supplied by Cessna Drug Store in Beppu City, Japan in a hope to be able to at least retain the fluids I am putting in my body. I am sure I can see the top of the pass from where I am camping, so whether to push on tomorrow or return to Karakol is a decision I will need to make in the morning.




Don't slip - Kerege-Tash Pass route, Kyrgyzstan



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Comment by Kirk — January 11, 2007 @ 4:26 pm | post a comment

He even smiles for the camera with diahorrea! What a trooper!

Comment by Andrew — January 11, 2007 @ 9:59 pm | post a comment

Short beard!

Comment by Rob Thomson — January 13, 2007 @ 10:56 am | post a comment

Kirk, I would call that a grimace, rather than a smile. At the time I was precariously balanced on a sloping 10cm wide loose gravel sheep track whilst holding onto my bike with one hand and taking a photo with the other. I very nearly lost the bike down the bank just after taking the photo!

Comment by Rob Thomson — January 13, 2007 @ 10:57 am | post a comment

Andrew, I have come a long way!

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