“The strongest people aren’t always the people who win, but the people who don’t give up when they lose…”
I was overcomed by anxiety attack when we were in Sacred Valley Peru, a day before our excursion to Machu Pichu. At an elevation of 4,000 meter above sea level, I was experiencing severe back ache, short of breath and light headedness, all at once. The next morning before boarding the train to Machu Pichu we were advised to drink cocca tea to prevent altitude sickness. After drinking a few cups I was suddenly well and fine. It was either the cocaine in the tea or the excitement of visiting one of the Seven Wonders of the World that made me high and happy while tracing the Inca Trails in Machu Pichu.
It’s been three weeks since we came back from the South America trip and I am still nursing my sore throat and back pain. In a few days’ time hubby and I are planning to go for the year-end ride crossing borders of Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam over a duration of approximately 24 days. The first seven days we will be riding with the KKB gang to Ayutthaya, Thailand. The next ten days we will ride solo from Ayutthaya to Cambodia and into Vietnam. The last seven days we will join the JBMC gang in Pai, Thailand and will ride back home with them.
Part I: KKB gang - Malaysia/Thailand
Date: 24 – 28 November 2017
Route: KL – Surat Thani – Kanchanaburi – Sukhothai – Petchabun – Ayutthaya
Total Distance: 2,433 km
Part II: Solo Ride – Thailand/Cambodia/Vietnam
Date: 28 Nov – 10 Dec 2017
Route: Ayutthaya – Koh Kong – Phnom Penh – Ho Chi Minh – Siem Reap – Lop Buri – Kamphaeng Pet - Pai
Total Distance: 2,970 km
Part III: JBMC gang – Thailand/Malaysia
Date: 10 - 16 Dec 2017
Route: Pai – Mae Hong Song – Mae Sot – Kanchanaburi – Chumphon – Dannok – KL
Total Distance: 2,630 km
Semoga di permudahkan urusan kembara kami ini, insyaAllah, Aamin...
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