Monthly Archives: March 2016

Phnom Penh to Lak Sao



“How many bikes have you used?” is a surprisingly common question when we tell people how far we’ve ridden. It never ceases to amaze us what the trusty steed has put up with over the last 18 months on some of the worst roads and with a hefty load of luggage on board, but it’s … Continue reading Phnom Penh to Lak Sao

Bangkok to Phnom Penh



As soon as we arrived in Thailand the culinary delights were presented to us from cafes, stalls and markets like a cycle tourist’s dream drive-through restaurant. Spicy papaya salad, pad Thai, seafood, sticky rice, a dozen fruits we couldn’t name blended into a smoothie. This was a country where the time eating could easily be … Continue reading Bangkok to Phnom Penh