Tag: nomad life
How to Finance a Long-Distance Cycling Trip
It’s normal to think that it’s impossible for most people to undertake a long-distance bike trip because of the huge economical stress which this entails … or does it ?
Why Do We Cycle?
We often get asked “why” … Shouldn’t the question be “why not?! A short article about what turns us on and how we see bike touring.
La Ruta 40
Finally on the Ruta 40! The way had been long and not exactly easy but it doesn’t matter; we had made it and now we couldn’t wait to be part of something so epic that it’s difficult to explain in words, but we have to try…
America, here we come !
America, where dreams come true, is finally within reach of two adventurous cyclists such as ourselves …
We simply LAO-ved it !!!
There’s so many sides to Laos that it’s difficult not to find one to fall in love with. Our month spent in this mountainous, landlocked Southeast asian country was truly unforgettable!
Once Udon a time in Thailand
Unfortunately, most of us know someone who has been to Thailand and has told us stories of its beautiful landscapes and incredible cuisine. When many people speak highly of a destination it’s always comforting but it also takes away that exciting element of surprise and raises expectations. So, sorry about starting this very promising post…
One quick word about; cycling with newbies !!
Many long-distance bicycle travellers manage to convince a friend or family member to try out the nomad lifestyle while on the road. Here’s a post about our experiences travelling with people who have joined us on our adventure for a while. Impressions, tips, and much more !
Stupa-fying adventures in Myanmar
Myanmar surprises and astonishes but there are also darker sides to this country which are equally interesting …
Giving India a second chance
Having had a difficult time the first time we were here, we thought that we were heading for the same kind of trouble. But the universe doesn’t work that way …
Ups and downs in Nepal
Although we enjoyed our time in Nepal very much and we still recommend it as a cycling destination, it’s also a land of huge contrasts and you never know what’s around the corner …