April 2010

Little Help Here: Turkey

April 5, 2010

On May 3rd we’ll be arriving in Istanbul for a 2 to 3 week tour of Turkey. Probably our last stop on the trip before we make our way back home. We don’t have a set itinerary yet, but thought we’d throw a notice out there and see if anyone has any friends or family […]

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South Island and a Pair of 650 Singles: Part 1

April 4, 2010

New Zealand is home to some of the most famous treks in the world. The Milford Track, the Abel Tasman Track and the Routeburn Track all rank among the most beautiful walks in the world. On top of that, New Zealand was the site for dozens of remote location shots for Peter Jackson’s Lord of […]

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We ♥ Bunkbeds

April 4, 2010

Growing up, despite having two younger siblings, we never had bunkbeds in the house. None of my best friends had bunkbeds either. And despite the fact that I thought having a bunkbed would probably be one of the coolest things in the world, before we left on this trip I probably spent less than 4 […]

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Vietnam: “The Conversation”

April 4, 2010

For 33 days we traveled our way across Vietnam on a pair of old Minsk motorcycles. One of the best parts about traveling by motorcycle is that it gets you way, way off the beaten path.

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Tasmanian Book Shop

April 3, 2010

While exploring Tasmania for a week in a rented campervan we stumbled on this little used book shop near Friendly Beaches. It turned out to have an absolutely fantastic collection of old books.

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40,000 Miles

April 2, 2010

Today is exactly 8 months on the road (240 days), and today on our flight from the island of Ko Samui to Bangkok we traveled our 40,000th mile. We’ve averaged 169 miles per day and so far they’ve broken down like this: Plane: 20,798 Motorcycle: 6,679 Train: 6,311 Car: 3,687 Boat: 1,333 Bus: 907 Foot: […]

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