One couple, two bikes, riding across SE Asia, 2013-2015
My name is Peter. I am a new resident of Ulaanbaatar and I like to ride motorcycles. I would really like to ride my motorcycle all over this wide-open country. So, that is the plan. I hope many of you out there will join me and share your experience. The idea, I think, is to live and learn from each other.
All the Best from Ulaanbaatar, Peter
Contact Peter through the Ulaan Baatar HU Community
Adventures on two wheels in Indonesia from Bali to Lembata - advice, photographs, specializing in going 'beyond the black stump'
I’m a civil engineer student of 22 years old, finishing my second year of master in June. Keen of adventure and travels, for a long time I dream of the one I will realize at the end of my studies.
One of my many motivations is the photography. Practicing since many years, it became one of my passions, and the travels are an inexhaustible source of inspiration.
During my exchange program of one year in Chile, I already had the chance to be able to travel by motorcycle this way, and it appeared obvious to me that this is the mode of transport the most convenient, from the freedom it brings as well as the plot and the curiosity it kindles when passing in local villages. It allows establishing contacts really easily, and from there, living authentic experiences.
To be able to stay into enjoyable seasons, the planned itinerary would be to fly to Ushuaia, extreme south of Argentina, and to reach Brussels, having crossed all South America, Central America and North America until Alaska ; and after crossing the Bering strait, reaching Europe by Siberia, Mongolia and the rest of Russia. The whole journey should last from 10 to 12 months, beginning in October/November 2013.
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