It’s been almost a year since we finished our coast-to-coast tour. I can’t say that we woke up the next morning wanting to get back on our bikes, but at some point in the last year, we got the itch to get out and go exploring again.
And we’re happy to report that we bought our tickets for our next adventure!
Laos, here we come! (Well not RIGHT now, but soon!)
We’re going to start here:
(that’s in Cambodia, but we felt like we couldn’t go to Southeast Asia without visiting Angor Wat)
We’ll hop on a bus to the Laotian border, and explore here and there and over there:
Then, because we’ll have earned it, we’re going to finish up with a few days here:
Here are the screen shots of the two legs we expect to bike, from the boarder to Savannakhet, and from Vientiane to Luang Prabang:
We’re going to be doing this trip on our Bromptons, so we’ll keep everyone posted about the process of traveling with and touring on our folding bikes.
We hope those of you that enjoyed reading about our cross-country trip will follow along as we take on our first international bike tour. Stay tuned for planning posts, packing lists, and other updates! We’re so excited!
11 thoughts on “We bought tickets!”
So when do you leave? Sounds like a neat trip. Can’t wait to hear all about it. Love you guys!
We’re doing it over Christmas and New Years. We’ll have a couple of weeks of warmth and sunshine in the middle of our New York winter!
Sounds like a good time to go. Can’t wait to hear all about it.
Christmas, New Years, and MLK day. A nice cluster of three holidays to stretch out our vacation days. 🙂 And we’ll be warm in January, which is always a bonus.
Congratulations! A wonderful choice – we have had a number of friends ride in this part of the world and loved it. Looking forward to your posts! Ride safe and have fun
Awesome! I’m glad to hear that! We’ve heard good things too. It’s going to be fun!
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