Cà Phê and Colours
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Ha Tien to Chau Doc Our first day in Vietnam introduced us to bustling food markets, beautiful rivers and the challenges of recognising what’s on offer for dinner. During our street-food dining, we learned a valuable lesson: having been dished … Read More

Cambodia: The long dusty road
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Sisophon to Siem Reap After the excitement of entering a new country, our enthusiasm quickly deteriorated after the 50km, long, straight, dusty, dull road to Sisophon. However, today was a new day and we had over 100km to get to … Read More

A new year, a new country: to Cambodia
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Khao Lak to Khao Sok National Park Cycling away from Khao Lak after such a great Christmas wasn’t easy, but we knew we were in for a treat as we headed towards Khao Sok National Park. The roads wound around … Read More

Christmas at Khao Lak
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Back in the UK, Wilson and I live away from where we grew up; this means we are used to shuttling around over the Christmas period, where we hop from house to house trying to visit as many friends and … Read More

Back to the Land of Smiles
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Tamalang Pier to Thung Yao Today we couldn’t stop smiling. It started off a good day as we were leaving the Malaysian island of Langkawi (or what we now refer to as Skankawi) and we were heading back to Thailand. … Read More

Our visas are running out
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Surat Thani to Sichon – 80 km The weather on the island of Koh Pha Ngan was monsoon of a timid nature, with the presence of grey clouds and rain only lasting an hour at most. We were really pleased … Read More

A rest on Koh Pha Ngan
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Koh Pha Ngan is one of the three main islands off the East coast of Southern Thailand. Though sad to leave our bikes so soon after buying them, we were excited about the freedom rucksacks offer. And if we missed multi-discipline … Read More

We’re Cycle Touring!
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Another excuse to buy more bikes! Touchdown in Thailand and the next morning we were already trekking around Bangkok in the search for bike shops. Knowing that we could well be spending a lot of money on new bikes and … Read More

Over Everest and towards the sun
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  Nepal to Thailand With no onward flight already organised from Nepal, we visited our favourite travel agent in Pokhara (the very smiley Yadu from Cosmic Travel, who had arranged our trek around Annapurna) to help us secure a flight out … Read More

Trek through Langtang Valley
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Wednesday 4 November to Tuesday 10 November Day 1: Kathmandu to Syrabrubesi, 8 hours by local bus Anticipating a long and arduous administrative process to organise our permit and TIMS for Langtang Valley National Park, we went to the Nepal … Read More

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