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Brief Interlude – Thailand

This period of time, I’d like to look up as a bit of vacation. It’s been a very different experience being on the road without the bike. The travel options are super limited and I suppose being pushed into tourist… Continue Reading →

A brief Hiatus

Destination: Singapore Duration: 5 months Well after a few months of some excellent riding, finding amazing riding buddies in Chris, Andres and briefly Thomas & Manuela, meeting some amazing people along the way, I decided to hang up the saddle… Continue Reading →

Day 133: Hoping to get a few steady riding days

The train was late by a couple of hours and it was about 9 when we got off, packed up and hit the road. The nights sleep was terrible, can’t recall sleeping at all and I was a bit groggy…. Continue Reading →

Day 132: Train ride across Thailand

Got to say, there will be little visual content here, given I don’t have a camera these days. Bummer. Well just means you’d have to read the shit I write eh! Taking Day’s advice, we decided to take the train…. Continue Reading →

Day 131: Rest stop at Kanchanaburi

Today was a planned rest day. I spent the early part of the morning updating the blogs and catching up with family. It was nice to have good access to net rent again, heh. Later in the day we rode… Continue Reading →

Day 102: Bussing it to Mae Sot

We had our 8:40 but at the other end of town, so we were up early and bid farewell to Nuch and hit the road at 7:30. It was a 15 km ride and the weather was cloudy and pleasant…. Continue Reading →

Day 101: Last minute preparations before hitting the road

In the morning we spent a little time scouring the Internet again until we plateau’d with the info we can find. There is probably more info in languages we don’t understand, but I got to a point where I figured… Continue Reading →

Day 100: Feet up and rest

Today was a day for some intense search on obscure details we can find and blogs of travelers who have passed thro Myanmar. It’s 100 days on the road today and I have come to enjoy the vagabond lifestyle and… Continue Reading →

Day 99: Some research and preparation

It was a good night of sleep and I was up at 7 as usual. There were a few things I had to do today and tok a walk about the neighbourhood to get some b’fast first. I looked around… Continue Reading →

Day 98: Crash & burn enroute Chiang Rai

We decided to have a late start after a nice brekkie at Du coffee cup. Noom makes nice coffee and by the time I dried out my tents and had the grub, it was half 10. We decided to take… Continue Reading →

Day 97: Rest day in Chiang Khong

I am staying in Thailand for a few days and hanging out at Noom’s Du Coffee Cup is as good a way as any! The place is cozy, Noom is friendly and the coffee is excellent. I hung out on… Continue Reading →

Day 75: Flip-Flopping our way to Vientiane

It’s going to be tricky writing today’s trip, so here’s a chronological description. 0600: I woke up, packed up my bags and was ready to leave at 0620. Chris woke up a bit later and Rene’s public radio alarm failed… Continue Reading →

Day 74: Trekking with Gou Li and Rene

Our plan today was to to a trek up to a village which Rene had been in 2005. He had some pictures he printed out to show the kids he had met then. While talking to one of the girls,… Continue Reading →

Day 73: Relaxing is traveling

Staying at Rene’s palatial house was nice. He is a real good company and welcomed us with an open heart and we had a good time in the night checking out some of his travel videos and others from cyclists… Continue Reading →

Day 72: Mechanicals change our plans

Today we were up early and were ready to hit the road under cloudy skies. Chris had chewed thro his chain and had to replace it and rotate his tires too. Once he changed the chain, the bike seemed to… Continue Reading →

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