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Hoi An- foods-hotel

April 14, 2017 // 0 Comments

Sunday, 17/1/2016 | 14:00 GMT + 7 | The reason you should travel to Hoi An now Airfare, homestay, cheaper hotels, cool weather and not too crowded, Hoi An bed breakfast in the early months of the year brings a beauty, attractive. Hoi An sparkling New Year Eve / Tea shop ‘silent’ in the ancient town of Hoi An Here are 6 things [...]

3 tourists fined for sneaking toward Son Doong Cave

February 26, 2017 // 0 Comments

The three men hoped to trek into the world’s largest cave without porters, guides or tickets. Officials in Quang Binh Province stopped three men traveling on French and American passports from attempting to access the world’s largest cave alone. The men, aged 29 to 34, were stopped on February 25 in an ethnic minority village [...]

Asia trekking recommend

February 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

Vietnam Trek and walk website recommend : Asian Trekking Established in 1982 by Ang Tshering Sherpa, for over 30 years Asian Trekking has continued to maintain high standards of professionalism and quality service catering to needs of the discerning traveler in the Himalayas. Logistical support, guiding services and government liaison is [...]

Trek in north Sikkim

February 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

Green Lakes Trek in North Sikkim  http://trekkingvietnam.net/top-hiking-travel-blogger/    trekking vietnam website recommend top trekking travel blog  : Off limit to trekkers for many years and rigidly controlled by a permit system, few have made it to the north east base camp of Kangchendzonga. I was fortunate to make two visits to [...]

Review: 2014 Trek Remedy 8 29

October 2, 2015 // 1 Comment

Review: 2014 Trek Remedy 8 29 Posted on September 29, 2015 by Jeff Barber 226 SHARES Back in August the Singletracks team got together for three days of shredding challenging mountain bike trails near Salida, CO. On our first day out we tackled the Monarch Crest trail, descending the oft-overlooked Agate Creek trail, which provided an [...]

climb with touring bike

September 15, 2015 // 0 Comments

How to climb with a loaded touring bike  http://www.twowheeltravelblog.com/2013/08/06/how-to-climb-with-a-loaded-touring-bike/ When I first started cycling, I hated climbing. As a kid ripping around on my 10 speed bike, I would walk up most hills. In later years, when my folly was mountain biking, I would make every effort to route my [...]

Albania touring bike

August 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

Albania – Europe’s last Bicycle Touring frontier From : bikingvietnam.com During the last week of February, with spring fever at the door and visas soon to expire, we wrapped up our time at Lake Ohrid, Macedonia and made plans for a 4 day bicycle tour through southern Albania to the seaside town of Sarande. Slowly we began saying our [...]

A couple cycling in Vietnam

August 23, 2015 // 0 Comments

A couple cycling in Vietnam It’s the question everyone keeps asking us: “Why in the world did you guys, two totally inexperienced cyclers, even want to bike the length of Vietnam?” It’s a valid question, and like most of the big challenges we throw ourselves into, the answer is perfectly straightforward. We decided to cycle [...]

Plus-Size Wheels Mountain Bike

July 24, 2015 // 1 Comment

Plus-Size Wheels Vs. Standard Wheels: The Real Scoop on the Future of Mountain Bikes Plus-size tires, bikes, and components designed to accommodate them, are taking center stage in the latest-and-greatest MTB trend for 2015. However, based on Facebook comments left on a plus-size news blurb a few days ago, perhaps less than half of the [...]
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