Motorbike trip Vietnam in mind? For four weeks my friend Rens from (Tallguytravelling) has been riding a motorbike through Vietnam. Crossing the country from Ho Chi Minh to Hanoi and the loop in the stunning Ha Giang region. His trip was 3748km of fun, adventure, a sore ass and incredible scenery! If you are ever planning to visit Vietnam make sure to travel (at least some parts) by motorbike.
Looking for amazing hotspots in Asia? See this video and decide what you want to read! I made an easy list for all the places in the video and linked them. Enjoy and have a great trip! If you have tips for other travellers please help each other and leave them in the comments!
This month I’m traveling for 12 months, like 365 days! I always said, I’ll go and see how long it will be. I didn’t had a goal to stay away for long. I just wanted to travel and do want I want to do.
This was my first big backpacktrip and I can say it isn’t my last one. When I think back about the last year it was crazy. Sometimes I scroll my Facebook or Instagram and see all those memories! Sometimes a bad picture still had awesome memories! I learned a lot about myself, the people around me and the world. Nobody can take that from me.
Featured traveler: Today I was looking for some new inspirational articles to write and saw the motorbike tour of Jacob Laukaitis. In the past 2 years he traveled to more than 30 countries around the world and want to continue this lifestyle. Jacob is able to do this, because he is a digital nomad – As long as he has his computer and a Wi-Fi, he’s able to do his job and never lose his income.
When you stay in Hpa-an you can do a tuktuk tour of one day to caver and temples near Hpa-an. I did this tour with a group of 7 people out of the Soe Brothers Guesthouse in Hpa-an. Some Brothers provides this tour with their own driver.
The Pakse Motorbikeloop you can do it in two or three days. I advise to do the loop clockwise the most beautiful views and waterfalls will be in the second part. So you get more exited instead of getting less exited. (So I describe the loop clockwise)
An amazing story behind Jhai Lao coffee. This coffee is the best coffee on my trip so far. Not only because of the taste. It belongs to the best 2% coffee of the world! Helping the community to sell their coffee for better prices and educate the people for a better and healthier life and all as a non profit organization. Jhai opened world’s first philanthropic coffee roaster and cafe!