The first cycle leg – Indochina

Asia – Indochina (Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam) is the first cycle leg from 1/12/11 to 27/2/12.  The Asian and other routes and itinerary can be accessed in the side menu link.  Updates will posted on the main page and accessed via the menu once archived.

Deciding on the route has been a journey in itself balancing itinerary with seasons, safety and security.  The route provides flexibility and structure to plan ahead as needed.  Logistics have proven an interesting challenge with border crossing, visas, travel health, supplies, equipment, communications and access to information.  I am so excited and drawn to this challenge.  Mostly I am excited sharing the adventure through shecyclesolo.com.

Posts will capture the raw story with audio, video or photo galleries so I hope to keep you interested and commenting for the next 1080 days.  You can also email me via the contacts link in the side menu.


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About shecyclesolo

If you could dream up the most wildest adventure imaginable what would it be? Between jobs and craving new experience, I decided to indulge the challenge. This is what I conjoured with a promise to come home safe and smiling. I hope you enjoy the 1080 days of stories as much as I will sharing them. "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you've imagined.' H D Thoreau

One response to “The first cycle leg – Indochina”

  1. Nat Becker says :

    Oh my God Maree, I’m so excited for you and cannot wait to see your adventure through your blog. This whole idea is just awesome! xx

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