What country! We come out changed and marked by 1 month passed in Cambodia. We were to meet the people of this country by exchanging a few words of English, visited the temples of Angkor time, celebrating the first of the year in Phnom Penh, having regard to the Cambodian jungle, Plains graaaandes all flat, was muted by the horns of trucks on the roads of the country.

Sabadiiii! The North of Laos is really nice. People are hyper-nice, it is full of cyclists, and driving with James for a COL of anthology. Remembered the three days spent with our favorite scout!

Pressed a little more in the Laotian hinterland, and multiply contacts with the locals. It becomes a little more account of the popularity of this destination among the cyclists: it crosses so many travellers like us! It's quite amazing. Landscapes here put us good slaps: it is so unusual, so beautiful.

First week in Laos, and is far from being alone. In addition to the home hyper friendly population, it drove with two other french riders, and was found for an evening Dudus, our friends cyclists of Turkey.

We leave Cambodia this week by the North. The region is sparsely populated and suddenly moved, no grid, no running water, but the relay phone everywhere (!). We returned to Laos this weekend!

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It passes 5000km in front of Angkor Wat (without cheating, sisi!) this week. We take full eyes, this place is really special... and full of tourists! As early as 5:30 in the morning, the crowd went before one of the mares of Angkor wat to take the typical picture (which I have of course taken). Crazy enough.

We stay a little longer than expected in Phnom Penh due to a small accident of the road (while we were pedestrians), just the time to recover from our blue and make sure nothing is broken/ripped.

Our first experience in Asia: we sleep in temples, among people encountered on the road in gardens of guesthouses, one regales oneself to eat on the Street 3 times per day (it did not released the stove once!) it is not even sick, and we learn a few Thai words. Playlist: Urban Cone - Deja Vu (Oliver Nelson Remix) Bonobo - Flashlight Asaf Avidan, Mojos - One Day Reckoning Superlux Song - Wildness & Trees

After Noel on Koh Chang, you push a little to get to Phnom Penh to spend the new year with friends English backpacker met in Koh Chang. Landscapes Cambodians are simply gorgeous!

A good week of vacation on Koh Chang (island paradise, sisi) to spend Christmas in love. We spent the border with Cambodia today!

What a welcome! The Turkey surprised us by its people, its climate (it is cold in fact!) and landscapes. OK, it almost saw nothing of the country, only the part on the European continent - but this sample has well given us want to come back! Yet a destination in our country where come back to visit!

We pass the 4000km this week in the Thai countryside, and it did a bit of tuning on our bikes... I chose 10 seconds of video per day to represent you our daily lives of nomadic worldwide... Feel free to comment! More info: intothewheel.com taken with my GoPro Hero and my Canon EOS 60 d, its captured via my Zoom H1, sync below first.

Sawadee! (Gonna ti?-Hello in Thai) Welcome to season 2 of 10 seconds per day of Estelle and Thomas! One is in Asia for a few months, and it takes full the Peepers, the nostrils and the taste buds this week, it's hot and beautiful. Sisi, it is winter here, too! By the way thanks for all the feedback we had on the concept of 10 seconds, we're glad that you like it! If you have any...

Small compilation of our adventures to bike in Greece. The best taverns/meat that we ate were in Greece! By contrast little notice to those who want to travel during the month of November: it's cold and raining. Follow us on www.intothewheel.com equipment used: Canon EOS 60 d Canon EF 24mm f2.8 Canon 18-55 55-200 GoPro Hero 2 Sigma

Montenegro we were told: pay attention to the Albanian! Ultimately this country we had so surprised and confused that we warmly recommend it to all those who want to discover a country coming out of communism. Go a weekend in Tirana (the capital city) you'll see, it's really good! Used equipment: Canon EOS 60 d Canon EF 24mm f2.8 Canon 18-55 55-200 GoPro Hero 2 music Sigma: Scarecrow - The Well: http://ift.tt/1nZcPd5 Superpoze - Jaguar: http://ift.tt/KBaa6X

Fin de la saison 1 ! Nos derniers jours à Istanbul et un petit teasing de la saison 2 🙂 Merci de nous suivre ! J’ai choisi 10 secondes de vidéo par jour pour vous représenter notre quotidien de nomade… N’hésitez pas à commenter ! Pris avec ma GoPro Hero 2 et mon Canon EOS 60D, son capté via mon Zoom H1, synchro sous Première.

Istanbouboule! I chose 10 seconds of video per day to represent you our daily lives of nomadic... Feel free to comment! More info: intothewheel.com taken with my GoPro Hero 2 and my Canon EOS 60 d, its captured via my Zoom H1, sync below first.

This week, we pass the border with Turkey and made a long way with the family of a small bike in the head: http://dudustdm.blogspot.fr/ rain, cold, and great hosts! I chose 10 seconds of video per day captured from my bike to represent you our daily lives of nomadic... Feel free to comment! More info: intothewheel.com taken with my GoPro Hero 2, its captured via my Zoom H1, sync below first.

La Grèce, c’est cool sauf quand il pleut. Heureusement on fait tellement pitié tout mouillés que les gens nous accueillent chez eux 🙂 L’hospitalité grecque n’est pas une légende, et en plus ils aiment bien les français – c’est limite trop facile. J’ai choisi 10 secondes de vidéo par jour captées depuis mon vélo pour vous représenter notre quotidien de nomade… N’hésitez pas à commenter ! Plus d’infos : intothewheel.com Pris avec ma GoPro Hero 2, son capté via mon Zoom H1, synchro sous Première.