Bangkok is grand, tremendous, bustling, poor, glamorous, uproarious, beautiful, vain, repulsive, amazing… really versatile… That’s how we saw it.
Another sunny island on our way. Our bicycles were having rest while we were exploring the island on a motorbike. We saw wonderful beaches, authentic villages, fantastic sunset and even more…
The cycling family continues travelling in south Thailand. Markets, coconuts, monkeys, mountains, sea… Meanwhile the boy has got his first tooth!
We spent several wonderful days on a tiny island in the Andaman Sea. It was one of the best places we’ve visited so far. Here we found the beautiful and primeval nature, calmness and coziness. There aren’t a lot of people on it. You can walk around the island several times during one day and discover something new each time. You won’t find roads with cars. Motorbikes are the only transport here. Our bicycles were resting and we walking around, swimming, enjoying calmness and learning about life of local people.
We first crossed the border in this part of the round-the-world trip! The first kilometers in Thailand appeared saturated: overnight at school, breakfast in the village store, a meeting with a cyclists traveler. And then – a magical island!
We’ve observed such phenomenon for the first time in our expedition. Coins can be found on the roads everywhere in Thailand. We came across them almost everywhere every day – in cities and villages, on motorways and bridges. Why do people throw them away? Learn about our own theory in this episode. You will also find out about spending a night on an anthill and about Maria, a pianist.
We are cycling further south in Thailand, and we have found various delicious goodies along the way.
Another video by “Two-wheeled Chronicles” about how Volodya and Yarina were staying on Ko Pha Ngan island looking for adventures and visiting Bogdan Logvinenko.
What does the worst road in Thailand look like? What’s it like to cycle during the rainy season? Why wouldn’t Thailand be interesting for local colour lovers?.. Answers from Folknery.