22May

We had cycled out of Bangkok once in the past and did not have to think twice to decide, that we do not want to leave the capital of Thailand on our bikes. Instead, we took a train, and after 4 hours we stepped off 20km North of the place that we had reached before […]Continue Reading

05May

Our Thai friends – Parn and Neemo, run an amazing place in the heart of Bangkok – Granny bike and bed. The place where cyclists from all over the world can rest and bulk up before their next adventure, fix their bike or just hang around and relax. Parn is an enthusiast of cargo bikes […]Continue Reading

14Apr

The idea of our packrafting adventure on the Nam Ou river was born long before our Indian/Nepal off-trip. We visited a part of the river a year earlier and instantly felt in love with the magnificent landscape of Northern Laos as well as its people and their relaxed lifestyle. We asked Anna’s parents to bring […]Continue Reading

24Mar

The main reason of our come back to Laos (we visited the country while passing from China to Vietnam in 2013) was the Nam Ou river. We had 2 packrafts stashed at the Polish Embassy in Bangkok during our India/Nepal off-trip and we wanted to make use of them before continuing South. As we had […]Continue Reading

12Mar

We had a chance to visit Wat Rong Khun – called commonly “The White Temple” while our stay in Chiang Rai on the North of Thailand. In 1996 the artist Chalermchai Kositpipat has started his work on the ornate white Buddhist/Hindu place of worship. Until today this unconventional artpiece is undergoing continues expansion. It is […]Continue Reading

Supported by:

  • Julbo
  • Koolstop
  • Fjäll räven
  • Magura
  • FOSS
  • ProTrip
  • Tubus
  • Sea to Summit
  • HILLEBERG
  • VDO
  • SINGLESTAR titanium Rohloff sprockets
  • Connex