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Biking to Singapore

We had way too much fun in the north west of Malaysia, and ran out of time (and desire) to bike the entire length of the peninsula, so we started researching, ‘How to get the bikes to Singapore’. 1,313 more words

Family Travel

Siem Reap: Get here while you can!

Siem Reap is a city of stark contrasts. The city and it’s people have weathered unspeakable tragedies over the last hundred years yet the city is gradually becoming more and more beautiful and the people are as friendly and warm as you will find anywhere in Asia. 850 more words

Kyaikto – Yangon and bathrooms in between...

Arriving in Kyaiko, we both had a realisation. Bicycle travel allows you to forget about the pressures put on you when you arrive at a destination. 1,176 more words

Working Days and Holidays in Pavia (2/3 June - Days 9 & 10)

Later in the trip it will probably seem strange I spent so much time in Pavia. During my week in Milan I recovered from my journey, dealt with my delayed baggage, saw the sites and enjoyed saying ‘yes’ to invitations from my hosts. 1,044 more words

Solo Travel

Following My Front Wheel At Last: Milan to Pavia (1 June, Day 8)

I’m glad I spent the week in Milan but it was more than time to begin the bicycling part of this bicycling trip. I pedalled away from Daniella’s place in Bovisa around 11:00 am and pointed my front wheel toward the Duomo. 433 more words

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Georgetown Street Art: Culture with a Chuckle.

Old Georgetown is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It sits on the north east corner of Penang Island in Malaysia’s north-east and it is famous for the wall murals that depicted life in Penang. 459 more words

Joy Joy - My Bicycle is Here! Let's Go See The Last Supper (Milano - 28 May, Day 4)

My bicycle is in Milano! And will be delivered to Maria Elena’s after 2pm. Meanwhile I’ve moved across town to stay with a WarmShowers.org host, Daniella. 549 more words

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