Out of bed early - slight hangover. Ham baguette and we got on the boat again for another -what I thought was four, but turned out to be - six hours to Luang Prabang. I was f***ed on the boat, in need of sleep, so I just did a "Seamus" and cashed out in isle. I had a few winks on the sand, on the floor, but not much. Most people looked a damn mess, to be honest. A few joints were going round so they made the journey a bit more "comfortable". I was staying off the beer, atleast during the day. I did at one point see a civilian guy with an AK47 get on the boat. He spat in my general direction, so I challenged him and he apologised. Believe me if you like. I almost kissed the land when we arrived at Luang Prabang; don't get me wrong, the views are stunning and I met some really sound people on that boat, but a wooden seat, for two days, contortes you something rotten. Plus, I hadn't eaten anything apart from a bag of crisps since catching the boat today, so I rammed down a double helping of Luang Prabang wild boar in one of the first restaraunts that we came to; I'd never had wild boar before, but that's some pretty tasty meat! In the evening me and Clare were out on the drink, even though everyone else stayed in, "tired" from the journey down here (I'd got my winks on the floor). We jumped a tuk-tuk and ended up at a really s***e backpacker's bar, Late Bar or something, where people of all nationalities were jibing and falling over each other gunned on beer Lao. I always have sympathy for people (of any nationality) who ball football like chants, when not watching football, whilst pissed - maybe their brain will start to function properly one day. The drone wasn't half as bad once I had managed to acquire a nice bag of green for US$7 from a tuk-tuk driver who was sat outside the bar. I had to schmoke the weed out in the garden, which was just as well because no fans or air-con inside meant another sweat fest. Three large beer Lao, one shot of moonshine and two joints later I was completely smashed, stumbling everywhere. Clare had to walk me back to the hostel at about 01:00 lest I would fall into a river or something.