Next Saturday 10.04.21 Bush Hash, Toilet Affair`s birthday run,
The run site is Hee Noi Affair’s farm off Route 13S at KM21
All Hashers, with and without transport, and visitors should meet at the Nam Phu at 3:45 pm for 4:00 pm departure to the run site.
Directions for drivers/navigators: From the Nam Phu take Setthathirath Road and turn left at first traffic lights onto Lane Xang Avenue / Kaysone Avenue, then Route 13S from the Don Noun roundabout. Continue to KM 21 and turn left onto dirt road (chalk at turn-off) with sign for KM21 Guesthouse. Proceed about 2.5 km on dirt road and turn left into Soi 9 (more chalk) and the run site at house on left. See the map to the turn-off at KM 21 on Rte 13S here on the website below or follow these directions on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/AiRM5VBFqrogSbXY6.
Turn-off to Hee Noi Affair’s farm off Route 13S at KM 21.
VBH3 was formed by six members of the VH3, who decided that they would like to have a weekend run in the countryside, rather than in the suburbs of Vientiane..
The first run was held on 14th June 1998 at Peter “Oldtimer” Callum’s farm and was attended by 13 Hashers. Since then numbers have grown to an average of around 15-30 and the proportion of Lao nationals has grown steadily. The VBH3 had its 1,000th anniversary run in January 2016. VBH3 attracts many visitors and its members run regularly with other Hashes, both in the region and worldwide.
The basic format of the VBH3 is similar to that of the VH3 (and nearly all other Hashes worldwide). Members meet at the Fountain (Nam Phu) every Saturday at 3.45 pm and then leave for an out-of-town area for the run.
The main difference from the VH3 is that there is only one run and the “Circle” is held at the run site. After the Circle the Hash moves to a local restaurant for food and drinks.