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Riding on in Bulgaria

After four months escaping the European winter and resting my butt, it was time to get it back on the bike. Armed with a gigantic suitcase full of parts, I made my way from Portland to New York to Moscow … Continue reading

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Building a new motorcycle & friendships in Assam

My poor busted up motorcycle sat waiting for me at the local police station in Bongaigaon. One of the top police insisted that I keep my cases and everything I left behind in his office. It took half a day … Continue reading

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Assam, rhinos n’ elephants, & Indian love

Coming out of the hills and into the state of Assam is like entering a new country. It felt like coming into India from SE Asia for a second time. Everything became colorful and vibrant, loud and confusing, and new … Continue reading

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Southern Laos: Bolivan Plateau, rodeo roads, camping at temples, & Baguettes

I entered familiar territory in Pakse. I’d done the Boliven Plateau loop before on a scooter. It’s a beautiful area to the east of Pakse. Lying between the Annamite mountain range and the Mekong river, the region is elevated and … Continue reading

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Southern Cambodia: Kep, coconut pajama ladies, & the Khmer Rouge.

On the coast, about fifteen minutes from Kampot, is the small town of Kep. From 1900 to the 1960’s it was a prestigious resort town for the Cambodian and French elite. Most of the French colonial era mansions are ruins … Continue reading

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Buddhist hell gardens and camping with monks

As you work your way north from Pranburi there are many wats (Buddhist temples) along the way. Some are very small and tucked away, some a bit larger with a big colorful temple, and then there are the large ones … Continue reading

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