|Dates:||7 Jan 2012 - 9 Jun 2013|
|Duration:||1 year, 5 months|
Singapore to Portugal
The cooling towers of Temelin Nuclear Power Plant. Steve and I have worked there several times over the past 5 years, it's nice to be back!
Not much has changed in old Ceske Budejovice, the home of the original Budweiser.
Camping spot by the lake
Czech Republic, the last country, number 26
No picture could really capture the grandness of Vienna, but this is "Belvedere" right next to our couchsurfers house.
Arriving to Bratislava
Waiter, check please
I wanted a picture of this, it just looked cool. But it was really hard to take a decent picture while biking!
Slovakia, country number 25
Budapest's parliament building. Next stop Bratislava, Slovakia
Welcome to Hungry, country number 24
Took a week off and toured around Slovenia with Steve's parents. Now back to biking, next stop Budapest
This is the best breakfast food ever! It's like a cinnamon bun with apple strudel inside the coils
We took a touristy train ride after entering Serbia. Zoom in on google maps and you can see the switchbacks and tunnels. Not really worth it since we biked almost the same route afterwords
What a great ride this has been
That's the bridge Franz Ferdinand got assassinated on which started WWI
A 2,500' climb, hopefully it's all downhill to Sarajevo
Mostar's famous bridge
Welcome to Bosnia and Herzegovina everyone!
We took a trip out to korcula for the day, this is the sunset view looking back from the ferry
The view looking down on Dubrovnik
Welcome to Croatia, country #21
Running out of motivation and time. The trail after this is snow covered so we'll max out at 4200'
800 feet, past the castle and starting the switchbacks
Going on a hike today, ill take pictures as we get higher up
Kotor old city
View of kotor
Quick bike trip around the peninsula,
Sunset from our couchsurfers place
The view of Budva from our couchsurfers house
Looking back onto Petrovac
Country number 20
View of Shkodra from Rozafa castle
Tirana for the weekend, forgot to take pictures
Short climb up 2000'. Now should be all downhill to Tirana
The Albanian flag sure is cool
What a great camping spot!
Nice little climb up to 3800' from 2000'
Great view too!
Proof that its cold up here!
One of the best parts of Greece. Bugatza (that's how it's pronounced) is a cream filled pastry, kind of like a creamy Danish with croissant consistency.
Mt. Olympos off in the distance (we think)
That's Thessos of in the distance
Back to main land, next stop thessaloniki
Another quick trip out to an island. This one's Thessos
Now this is what I had in mind for Greece! These are reportedly from ~1000 BC
Out to an island for a night
999 hours an 59 minutes, what's gonna happen when it goes to 1,000? The highlight of my day, I hope it doesn't reset to 0.
Welcome to Greece! Country #17 and a whole new writing system to learn
Our last breakfast in Turkey. Another great couchsurfing experience, and it kept us out of the cold again too
So cold and rainy!! We got lucky and found a couchsurfer to stay with though, thanks Suzan.
Back on the bikes, heading out of Istanbul tomorrow morning after a long winter break.
Rainy camping, not too cold for almost December. 160km left!
Mashed potatoes, apple sauce, stuffing, pumpkin and turkey substitute (chicken). A pretty good thanksgiving spread... For three people... And this didn't include the three deserts I made!
A great view of zonguldak after leaving the city
Nice balcony view of the Amasra harbor.
Lots of ups and downs, but the scenery has been beautiful, and makes the slow progress enjoyable... Even with the cold rain
Our camping spot just outside of town
A nice view of Sinop off in the distance after a 1200' climb
Breakfast in our couchsurfing hosts living room
Our couchsurfing host was a coast guard captain. We got a nice tour of the ship this morning.
Beach side/wedding banquet hall side camping
There's a little garbage around, but the black sea is pretty nice
Nice views of the black sea and Batumi from the Batumi botanical garden
Add this place to my list of places to come back to. They're building a ski lift to the top, so our 4 hour climb would have been a lot easier if we'd only waited a year.
My new favorite town name. Akhalkalaki, I'd been pronouncing it Ak-halak-halak-i, which was too silly to be correct.
On our last day in Armenia we got a pretty good view of Mt. Aragat
We stayed with a peace corp volunteer last night and had a great time in a small town outside of Yerevan.
We got a little interview by a small online news agency in Yerevan!
Ruins of a church built around 300, with its predecessors in the background.
Armenia, the 15th country on our trip!
There he is. George W. directing traffic on his road
16th century church, this was the new one! There was a 5th century one a bit further up the road
Visiting a vineyard
Real coffee and cheesie bread! welcome to Georgia
Our hotel is an old caravansary!
Pomegranate season! 50 cents a pound
Baku's "old city" with views to the newer city in the distance
Sunset over the caspian sea
We arrived in Turkmenbashi just in time to catch the ferry
More than half way
Hopefully the last train tide we'll need to take
Ashgabat after our 13 hour train ride
9 hrs down
About half way to Ashgabat
We managed to get an actual bed on the sleeper train this time. No standing for us!
We were given a 5 day transit visa for Turkmenistan. We were told it was only going to be 3 days, so I guess we're happy to get 5! Gotta take trains across the whole country though
It was hard to pick a picture of Sumarkand. There are so many 15th century mausoleums it's ridiculous.
We got our Turkmenistan visa, but we'd applied for a five day transit visa starting on October 11th; they gave us a three day transit visa starting on October 6th so we've gotta race through Uzbekistan. We decided to take a bus at least from Tashkent to Sumarkand
Steve and some of his relatives we stayed with in Tashkent for a night
Uzbekistan has the honors of being the home of our 14,000 km
As we arrived in Khushand this kid came up and darted talking to me. He invited us back to his parents tea house and offered to how us a back room to stay in. We ended up spending a few days there (I took a trip back to Dushanbe to check o our Turkmenistan visas) with his family and got taken care of really well.
The 15th century Abdullatif Sultan Medressa
11,100' 6,500' of climbing over 30km Probably our last time over 11,000'
Somewhere above 9,000' in a tunnel with no lights and lots of pot holes! 6,000' of climbing, 5 hours
We got our Azerbaijan visa, unfortunately for 170 dollars though. One more week and we'll have our Turkmenistan transit visa too and that should be the last of the hard to get visas!
5,800' 2,000' climb, 2 hrs
We took this guy up on an offer to come in for tea. In addition to tea we got this massive wheel of bread, eggs, tomatoes, apples and candies. It was delicious!
Kyrgyzstan emigration booth
11,800' 6,800' of climbing, 6:45 hrs, 90km
Crazy downhill, I think I hit a new personal record maximum speed on the 3,000' descent
8,000' 4,500' of climbing, 4:45 hrs, 60km
Back in civilization!!
9,900' 5,700' of climbing, gravel roads, it took two days!
Off in the distance you can see the switchbacks and hopefully the pass at ~10,000'
9100' 4000' of climbing up gravel roads, 4hrs
Our visit to Song Kol was less than impressive, thanks to the clouds we couldn't even see the lake!
11,400' 4,500' of climbing 3h 30min
Sunset over the valley we spent all say climbing up
We'd hoped to swim in this lake... Waters pretty low though!
Last night we stayed at a "homestay" that was more like a hotel. We did get this great meal though
We took a day and hiked around Karakol
Issyk Kol, beautiful snow capped mountains in the background
Tajikistan visa! It took only 10 minutes too
Our last sunset in Kazakhstan.
Our first climb in a while, nothing compared to china, but at 4,000' it was pretty tough. 1 hour, 1500' of climbing, 12km.
We spent the last few days doing a bus/train tour of south-western Kazakhstan, the highlight was Turkistan which is where this picture was taken. Now we're back on the road headed to Kyrgyzstan!
Our view while we wait for visas to process
The view of Almaty from a nearby mountain
Lots of donkeys in these parts, they're pretty quick too!
The line waiting to get into Kazakhstan
Gotta get out of china before our visa runs out. We took a 12 hour night bus to the border
Kazakhstan visa gotten, finally, central Asia here we come!
24 hrs, in the desert with only 2 left. I think.
Ugh. 22 hrs
I slept through the last 2 hr point, luckily. 20 hrs
Our standing room environment, 6 hrs down!
2 hrs down
Lanzhou, we've gotta take a train to wulumuqi befor our visa runs out... A 24 hour train... That was sold out of seats so we've got the standing room tickets
Lin Xia (临夏) sucked! We spent 4 hours trying to get a guesthouse after a long 100km day
Happy birthday to me! That's right, that's a wine glasses of Jim Beam...
Gan Su (甘肃)!!
Constant, amazingly beautiful plains
12,600' Something like 5,000' of climbing but it was spread out over almost 4 days! Following a perfect river valley
马尔康 (Ma Er Kang) - all of the places we checked wouldn't let foreigners stay there. Eventually one lady told us we could stay there but we would have to check in after 10:30, when the police were off work! It worked out perfectly, the best shower in a long time!
12,800' 1,800' climb - 1:45 hrs
Tagong monastery and surrounding hills.
14,500' 6000' climb - 6 hrs On the downhill I hit a new personal record max speed!
KangDing, getting our visa extended
Worst roads ever!
We took a rest day in Litang, but had to catch a bus to another city to renew our visa. We hoped to be able to do it here but will have to adjust our plans
15,400' After taking a rest in some nomadic herdsman's tent we dropped down for a bit, never getting below 14,000' though, and then back up again!
15,250' seems to be the top of this pass. From where we camped we gradually biked up for about two hours before coming to a sign announcing the entry into the "Alpine Wetlands" area. It was, as you'd guess, very wet, and very cold.
A perfect camping spot. Just us, a freezing river to take a bath in, and a bunch of yaks
15,450' 6000' climb - 5 hrs Very hard to breath!!
The streets of XiangCheng
13,750' After the 14k foot pass the road rolled up and down five times, each time with about a 500' climb. Hard to breath up here, and the road really sucks! This pass seems to be the last one though, it's all downhill from here!!
14,200' 4,200' climb - 5 hrs (crap road, lots off the bike pushing) We're in Sichuan!
12,800' 3,400' climb - 3hrs
Terrace camping spot, the road is over the hill and then down 20' is a nice little (freezing cold) river
11,700' Very slight climb out of shangrila, we go down a bunch from here before starting the real climbs
We arrived in shangrila just in time to see one of their horse festivals. It was interesting, like a slow motion horse race.
12,200' 1,800' climb - 1.5 hrs
11,700' 2,500' climb - 1:45 min
10,100' 600' climb - 30 min
10,200' 2000' climb - 1.5 hrs
We've spent 500 hours on our bikes so far!
9,400' 700' climb - 30 min
9,500 ft. 3,000 ft climb - 2 hrs.
虎跳峡 (Tiger Leaping Gorge), 4000 ' below that last pass. The descent was amazing, 1 hour of cruising down out of the clouds to the warm valley below
10,500' pass. Probably a 1,500' climb on cobblestone roads, not the easiest thing to bike on!
10,000' pass after a 2,000' climb, we're at the viewing point for 玉龙雪山 (A really high mountain). Unfortunately we're in the clouds so we can see anything.
Ok, it's not all that quaint but in its own way, 丽江 (Li Jiang) is pretty interesting
We rolled through 9,000km on the way up this 2000' climb!
Crazy kilns for roofing tiles
Camping spot at 8,500 ft.
大理 (DaLi), from here we'll bike north to 丽江 (Lijiang) and maybe take a few days to hike around Tiger Leaping Gorge
Since we only have a 30 day visa, and China is huge, we decided we needed to maximize our biking efforts. We took a bus from KunMing to DaLi so we could see more of the valley from there north to Shangrila
昆明 (Kun Ming)
Our friends who flew to Hanoi needed to get to Kunming by today to catch their flight so we took a bus
建水 (Jian Shui) YHA
36 km later and 5000 feet up we made it to our destination! 个旧 (Ge Jiu)
Beautiful no-name china village, but it's good to be back!
Border with china!
Some tough days; dirt and gravel roads through rolling hills culminating with a steep pass we got over at dusk.
We met up with our friends from the US, now on to china!
Hanoi at last! We'll spend also a week here getting our Chinese visas
We're so glad we took the Ho Chi Minh road, the scenery has been amazing!
Camping on a farm! Notice the broken tent pole on my tent, this is the second time...
During the night we got visited by the police telling us (through a translator they brought) how we couldn't camp there, because it was unsafe. I said to them "are the people around here bad people?" which they said "oh no, we're very good people" ... "so there should be no issue with safety then!" they eventually agreed
After a mountain pass a little over 2000' we've been cruising down through some really beautiful surroundings.
Phong Nha Farmstay
We think this is the DMZ we're crossing, it's weird to be biking through an area that was so awful a generation ago.
Rubber plantation camping spot
Hue, an old capital of Vietnam. From here we're wading north towards Hanoi, maybe 10 days along the Ho Chi Minh trail
Made it to the top of Sea Cloud Pass, 496m up from Sea level where we started the day.
Steve rounding the last switchback
Beach camping near Danang
Hoi An's streets are car free, quiet and beautiful.
Beautiful road following this river
At the top of the 3,500' pass we rolled through our 7,000th kilometer... Slowly rolled through
The standard road and scenery has been beautiful
Lucky this awesome bridge is here
We seem to have taken a wrong turn!
The streets of Pleiku are lined with these little coffee stalls, this is us having our breakfast.
Some flooding, water up to my bottom bracket!
Hit 6k just as we rolled into phnom penh
One more day to phnom penh
Pursat for the night
River villages along the way
From Siem Reap we're heading to Battambang by boat. We heard it was a beautiful ride and after all the biking around temples, it'll be our rest day.
Ta Prohm, being taken over by the jungle
Bayon, it looks like a pile of rubble but it's very detailed once you get closer.
Angkor Wat, the picture doesn't do it justice. It's huge and amazing.
Overgrown ruins of Beng Mealea, from around 1200
Some of the 1000 year old ruins around Koh Ker, the capital of Cambodia around 950.
The metropolis of Tbaeng Meanchey, capital of the province.
This has been the road for the past two days, someday it'll be a highway and a lot less dusty.
On the ferry about to leave Stung Treng, across the Mekong to the west we hope there's a road towards Siem Reap.
Largest, by water volume, waterfall in Asia.
Siphondon, which means 4000 islands, some of them are pretty small. 30km north of the border with cambodia, we'll likely use up the rest of our Laos visa relaxing
Awesome staircase going up to the temple
11th century ruins of Wat Phu
I thought about rolling around the block to get this over the 5000km mark but it was too hot, and I wanted a shower too badly. Close enough for me
Today's swim spot
Aaron teaching the local young'ns how to change a flat tire.
Unimpressive historical downtown Savannakhet
Great biking road! Locals had told us there was no road so I'm glad we didn't listen
The Thakhek travel lodge, we took a rest day here and are now headed south towards Pakse
Breaking down our behind the school campsite
Temple camping spot overlooking the Nam Kadang river
Today's swim break on the Mekong
Ban Na homestay, very simple lifestyle.
Vientiane's Arc De Triumph
Sweet traveling back of a truck band
Typical Laos highway.
Swim spot with a big group of children, they all got out of the water to stare
Staying at the Mulberry Organic Farm. On the right is a mulberry bush which we scavenged for a while.
And I'm really glad I did. It's beautiful here!
I took a bus to avoid some mountains, but the bus broke down! Lucky for me, I was able to just take my bike out and leave everyone waiting for a new bus.
Luang Prabang, one of the coolest towns I've been in for a while. Very small, super relaxed and full of history. Highly recommended. The picture doesn't do it justice, but it's the view from the Mekong looking up towards the town
Morning view over the Mekong
Probably about half way for today, it's a two day ride. The river seems pretty shallow, our pilot is doing a great job though!
Our slow boat on the mekong from huay xai to luang prabang, Laos. Note the bikes strapped to the roof.
Crossing the Mekong to Laos!
I'll be honest, I got tired of counting 7-11's. We'll just round it to 250 for all of Thailand
It's very beautiful up here in the mountains
Chiangmai at last! It's been the goal for so long... Time to rest
Camped in this forest park with some peacocks, but I couldn't get a picture of them
Breaking down camp in the morning at a playground outside a temple. Trying to get a little past lampon today.
I realized I've only been taking pictures of where we've been sleeping as of late. In an attempt to switch it up, I'm going to focus on daily swimming spots for a while. It's really hot up in the north, usually it gets above 38 (100) in the afternoon sun so the swims are going to be mandatory
Old city guesthouse, our lodging for a few nights while we explore the old capital of Thailand.
Last night we camped at a highway rest stop, which was actually really nice. Last night, at this temple.
Ayuthaya, the old capital of Thailand, full of ruined wat's sacked a few hundred years ago by the Burmese.
If you want greatness, give it a call
7-11 number 100
Phetchaburi, a sleepy Wat filled town
The view from the sirima guesthouse in Hua Hin
I think this is an airport runway we just crossed!!
YHA youth hostel near Khao Thong Chai. Not bad! We got here at 11:30 so we only stayed for a drink, trying to get a little farther north today
After a night inland we decided to push on yesterday to get back to good camping spots. What a sunrise!
This is a better picture, sunset over Myanmar. This is the narrowest point of the Malayan peninsula at 53km
Hard to see but that's Burma of in the distance there.
Our bungalow at cashew resort on Koh Chang island. 50m from the sea, 200 baht per night, bout a dozen folks on the beach, doesn't get much better than this!
Koh Chang (the small one)
In Ranong for the night, hoping to show Steve's parents an island tomorrow. Maybe Koh Chang
Another awesome spot to mark our 2000th kilometer. There was even a restaurant and shower!
These awesome camping spots probably won't last forever, we're appreciating them while they do
The 50th 7-11 we've seeming Thailand. I started counting them because there's something like 4100 in all of Thailand. I'm going to use it as a judge of how much of Thailand we see.
Mr. and Mrs. Slusarski arrived!
I had no idea pineapples grew like that! I guess I thought they would grow on a tree
Heading towards the airport to meet up with Steve's parents tomorrow!
Patong is the heart of the party scene in Phuket. The beach was packed with people so we just biked by, this is a picture from the road. I there's a beach there somewhere
Near the southern tip of Phuket
Phuket. We got the penthouse unit somehow!
We found somewhere that accepted us for who we are. Currently sitting having a beer watching some fire spinning show
We pushed our bikes 6 km over the island mountains to get to Loh Moo Dee. We were going to camp there but got turned away, when asked why the owner wouldn't answer. I think my big nose, curly hair and cheapness finally had a negative consequence (see the bottom of the picture)...
Ko Phi Phi
Damn thumb got in the way! But this is what the boat ride scenery was like
Local bus ride to Railey, climbing Mecca
Krabi for the night at the KR Manson
Camped at this monastery last night
Stopped for a long lunch to escape the heat. 65 km down in the morning, the roads are pretty flat so we can go fairly quickly.
Well, in Malaysia we could read, which helped us learn foods and made ordering easy. Thailand seems like it'll be harder!
Well, it turned into 90 km but we made it to a great night market and asked people if there was a cheap hotel around. We got escorted to this, which I thought was a car wash but ended up being a really dirty flee bag motel. It did the job
It felt so good to be biking again!! We couldn't force ourselves to stop, the temperature at dusk turned out to b perfect so we stopped and put our lights on and kept going another hour. 70 km isn't bad considering we started at 3 pm
Finally! Back on land!!
Not a bad camping spot!
Speedboat to Ko Tarutao National Park was packed! The bikes were strapped on top though so it should be ok
We got the Super Bowl streaming on my laptop!
We swam around the peninsula, snorkeling was great but it took 6 hours!
Ko lipe is pretty amazing. We're camping at a resort for 3 dollars and I'm pretty sure we have the best seats in the house!
Thailand!! Ko Lipe doesn't show up on google maps because it's so small, but it's here. I promise
On the way to Thailand! Bye bye Malaysia
Beautiful beaches up here but there are little jellyfish, about 1/2 a centimeter long, that sting you. After 10 minutes you're getting stung all over your body. Not really painful but enough to make you not want to swim anymore.
This little guy wanted some of my snickers bar
We will not be going up this cable car, but a lot of others will. Tour busses are lined up dropping people off
Finally some nice coastal roads!
Gecko guesthouse for the next few nights, then Thailand hopefully!
Back to Georgetown, picked up our bikes and we're off to the ferry terminal. Going to Langkawi island
Trip to Kuala Lumpur to pick up my replacement tent poles (one broke a few weeks back). This is a couchsurfing friend who we had them shipped to
Today we took a scenic ride around Pulau Penang
We stumbled onto this Chinese new yet part and were swarmed with people forcing beers in our hands. Next came food and deserts, we ate a whole chicken, duck and side of beef plus some sausages and deserts. It was ridiculous
Ferry to Georgetown
Ice coffee and tea in a bag is a great refreshment on a hot day
Taiping for a good nights rest. 90km today and another of the same tomorrow will get us to our destination of Georgetown for the weekend.
This is for you Greg Beardsworth. You're famous in Malaysia, and we're 95km from you. It's really a marker to Butterworth, our next stop
Mmm, ice white coffee, and coffee smoothies. This is apparently the home of white coffee. I think it's just coffee with cream...
Our first 1000km!!
We left Pahang forever and are now in Perak.
Leaving Troji, our Cameron Highland host. Going to Ipoh
I was really sick the past few days, so after 28km I flagged down a truck and got a ride to town. Steve is more of a man and did all of it on his own. Something like 3000 feet of vertical over 35 km. crazy
These hills suck!
Finally came across a resting spot, get some lunch and recharge out of the midday heat
Lots of ups and downs!
Gua Musang. It reminded me of GuiLin
The best part of bike touring. Gotta get those calories back somehow.. Two tubs of ice cream should do it!!
Made it! Just.
Massive cliffs, would be a great climbing area. Its probably bigger than the gunks
We spent two hours at this roadside restaurant. Sleeping and eating during the hottest part of the day. 55 km down, probably won't make it to Gua Musang which is another 55 km away.
32 km into today and I'm already exhausted. The next town is another 75 km away, do I'm not too sure I'll make it that far
Kuala Lipis for the night. This was the hardest day yet, big hills and really hot, but feeling good after a shower and some cold water. We're staying at Appu's guesthouse, I really liked this ad he's got on the wall for a guided your of the jungle. All the people in it look miserable.
Stopped for a tea, it's so hot!
Dear god, huge hill, ugh. Luckily there was a banana stand at the top! We sat and ate about 9 bananas and some other crazy fruit I don't know the name of.
Back to Jerantut by bus to pick up our bikes.
Morning boat into Taman Negara, then a short hike through leech infested forest (I had four bites and Steve had one). Spending the night in a cabin
Jerantut, staying in a hotel tonight! Showers feel soooooo good
This picture doesn't do it justice but this temple with a huge tree growing out of it was really cool
Our camping spot next to the school was recommended to us by the locals
Stopped in Maran to use Internet (no wifi so I couldn't upload the trackmytour info) and get water.
Our map didn't show a road linking the two towns but we found a motorcycle trail following the river.
Belimbing jetty, The end of our boat ride. Now time to get back on the bikes
And we're off! This is the way to travel! We got a boat from lake Chini to the nearest town. It saved us at least 70km if biking
Lake Chini Resort, Lake Chini, Pahang. We were told not to swim in it by a local unfortunately.
Longest steepest hill yet... This was on the down side. We are on our way to lake Chini in hopes of a dip in some cool water
Tea and "nuur am" for breakfast. We bought 3 of them for the road. They were a deep fried chocolate soft pretzel with raisins or something. Delicious
Then #5 and #6! There has to be something wrong with his rim or tire. We decided to switch his tire and put on his spare folding tire, it's held fine since then
And then #4
Steve's flat #3
We camped on a beach next to a community center. Spent the hole morning talking to a nice women about the area, got on the road at noon
Bike fits in the garage!
Goats in the road!! It's hard to see in the picture maybe but there were herds of goats that we had to swerve through
Bridge out of Johor. We're now in Pahang province, which is huge so we'll likely be in it for a few weeks
Roti breakfast with tea
Mersing Malaysia for a few days. At least one rest day
Lunch stop. These things this old lady was making were delicious. Just a little bit of dough rolled on a mold for texture, deep fried and spiced. Perfect snacks
Best camping spot on the world! Steve even had three kids to help put his tent up. We had heard there was a camping spot on the other side of the river but the guy with the boats wouldn't take us over for some reason. We asked if we could camp here and he said of course!
Still rainy. Is comes in waves though, so it's kinda perfect. First you get hot, then it rains and get soaked. Perfect biking weather except we're starting to prune
We found a buffet for lunch! Bread pudding is perfect for long bike rides I hope. It's been raining for the past few days, doesn't look like it'll stop anytime soon
We camped at a scary beachside empty resort last night. This was a morning guest on the tent
Kg. S. Rengit to change money. We totally missed the town we meant to go through, it seems villages here are pretty small... A little different than china, you blink and they're gone
Ferry terminal in Malaysia
I was so hungry I had to get McDonald's! 7am after spending all night putting the bikes together. This was the coolest McDonald's I'd ever seen too
|Dates:||7 Jan 2012 - 9 Jun 2013|
|Duration:||1 year, 5 months|
Singapore to Portugal