Lao PDR (Lao People’s Democratic Republic) is quite often interpreted as Lao Please Don’t Rush. We took it seriously. We were working hard not to rush. And we succeeded. It is a perfect place to take it easy. Laos is a country, where time slows down (what would Einstein say?) and life goes on its […]Continue Reading


We arrived in Luang Prabang by boat and wanted to spend there a couple of days, waiting for our Vietnamese visa and enjoying the atmosphere of this city. Even though it is the most popular tourist destination in Laos we could find some quite places, admire the decorative architecture of various temples and meet a […]Continue Reading


After many months on the road, we finally got the chance to enjoy a country from the water perspective. In Nong Khiaw we decided to put our bikes on a wooden speed boat and go on a 6 hours adventure down the river to Luang Prabang. It was a great feeling and a lot of […]Continue Reading


Getting the “visa on arrival” was a smooth and easy going procedure, with the officials being very relaxed and asking no questions – a nice start in our 9th country on this trip! Laos welcomed us with pretty bad weather but we tried not to worry much about it, as we were just happy that […]Continue Reading


During our stay in China we were really looking forward to cycle through Yunnan and once again enjoy riding our bikes in a mountainous region, as it was already a long time ago since we have been in the mountains of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. We have already cycled a lot in different types of mountains […]Continue Reading

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