We are pleased to present to you a video of the last moments of our journey in Central America! From Acapulco where we embarked in mid-January for 3 weeks sailing through Costa Rica, our reunion with Betty and the discovery of the natural beauties of the country, to Panama by bicycle, we were far from imagining the final pursuit towards lock down in Europe!
Immediate boarding for this thirteenth and final Cycloclock video 😊
From the Sea of Cortes to the Caribbean, including cenotes and lagunas, the aquatic world takes a good part in this twelveth episode video Cycloclock, filmed in no less than 7 States of Mexico!
You will also discover poetic scenes of cyclicing life, colorful streets of colonial cities and the jungle where many mythical Maya’s temples and animal/vegetal wonders are hosted. Open largely your eyes and ears!
2 weeks after our departure from Tokyo, we are pleased to present the tenth video clip of our bicycle trip 🙂
100% Japanese, these excerpts filmed mainly in Kyoto and in the central mountains of the island of Honshu will give you an overview of the (good) road conditions, the facilities (bike paths of the lakes of Mount Fuji, special edges in tunnels, etc.) and the the fall weather. All colorful and at a good pace!
For this ninth video episode, we’ve put together the best of our Vietnamese adventures. From Ninh Binh with friends to Hanoi, via the island of Cat Ba, the roads were hectic but still charming! Not to mention the highlight of the show: the packaging of our cycles before we fly to… Japan 🙂 Let’s go!
Would you like a new Cycloclock video or do you prefer a good old summerday Fort Boyard at the TV :)? In this episode shot between Bangkok, Khao Yai, Angkor and the Cambodian shores of the Mekong, you will get a glimpse of our HelpX volunteering hours, our discoveries of ancestral temples and Khao Yai Park and some beautiful children’s cycling encounters in Cambodia!
A video to retrace our first two weeks of July 2562 in Southern Thailand, between the east coast and the Sea of Andaman. You’ll watch cycling under the heat of course but also instants of freshness in the forest and in the seabed. And always beautiful animal encounters!
*The solar calendar is used in Thailand, 2019 corresponds to the year 2562 🙂
From South to North, not to mention the small island of Perhentian Besar, here is a video clip of our last 2 weeks in Malaysia. On air: cycling, a few jungle walks and of course new underwater excursions!