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Where Are You Now, Starlet

It was a cold and starry night sleepy morning. The video shoot was also decided very last minute as my bro’s first car found its new owner sooner than expected.

Pumpin’ petrol, pumpin’ hearts.

Somehow, bro, Loti and I ended up at Lorong Halus again, the same place we did the photo shoot before I sold my bike.

Though it wasn’t properly planned, I’m quite happy with the end results of our first automobile video. Very feeling.

So feeling we both fell asleep on the highway.

VIETnomnomnom till LAOSai and BANGKnOcKout: Video

The 22 days spent in Vietnam, Laos and Thailand were incredible. There were lots of first times for Loti and I – seeing sand dunes, riding on mountainous roads, getting into bike accidents overseas, visiting a village school, staying in a kampong, (not) sleeping on sleeper buses, crossing country borders by buses, finding accom on-the-go, getting on a hot air balloon, being stranded in the river, and many more unforgettable (sweet and bitter) moments. I dare say that is our most adventurous trip till date. It was also our first official backpacking trip and of course, it won’t be the last 🙂

From the Same Trip

Ho Chi Minh 1 / 2 + Mui Ne 3 + Dalat 4 + Hanoi 5 + Halong Bay 6 / 7 + Hanoi 8 + Ha Giang 9 / 10 / 11 + Sapa 12 / 13 / 14 + Luang Prabang 15 / 16 / 17 + Vang Vieng 18 / 19 + Nong Khai 20 + Bangkok 21 / 22 + Video

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VIETnomnomnom till LAOSai and BANGKnOcKout: Day 14

The two full weeks marked our very last day of our riding trip, our last day in Sapa, and our last day in Vietnam. Continue reading

VIETnomnomnom till LAOSai and BANGKnOcKout: Day 13

Our riding resumed in Sapa, and we took one bike each this time. Hell yeah! 😀 Continue reading

VIETnomnomnom till LAOSai and BANGKnOcKout: Day 12

The fourth day was our rest day where we transited from Ha Giang to Sapa via non-bike transportation. Continue reading

VIETnomnomnom till LAOSai and BANGKnOcKout: Day 11

The third day was our last day of riding in Ha Giang, and it was also one with the longest riding distance ever – 150km. Continue reading

VIETnomnomnom till LAOSai and BANGKnOcKout: Day 10

After a good knock out, we woke up with refreshed minds but aching bodies. Continue reading

VIETnomnomnom till LAOSai and BANGKnOcKout: Day 9

We woke up at 4am after a not very restful rest on the sleeper bus. Nevertheless, we were still very excited. The most anticipated start of the motorbike tour had arrived! Continue reading

VIETnomnomnom till LAOSai and BANGKnOcKout: Day 8

Woke up feeling under the weather, but luckily it was a day with no morning plans (FINALLY), so I just slept in after eating breakfast and popping some med. Continue reading

Fulfilling Dad’s Langkawi Dream: Video

Langkawi turned out to be as expensive and overrated as I expected, and much as I would have planned it to be more adventurous if I’m traveling with peers, I’m still glad that I helped Dad strike one place off his travel wishlist. Thinking back, when young mum and dad brought bro and I along for holidays, I’m sure they’d rather us not be there sometimes so they could do more adult stuffs.. like not going to a theme park. HAHA so this small compromise is nothing as compared to my parents’.

From the Same Trip

1 / 2 / 3 + Video

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