Longer-term itinerary:

This is where we use our crystal ball to look into the future and try to predict where we might be beyond two months’ time. We’ve broken this section into legs and the countries we are likely to visit in each.

Northern Europe

(3 months – April 18 – June 18)

 UK
 the Netherlands
 Germany (potentially more than once)
 Denmark (potentially more than once)
 Norway
 Sweden
 Poland
 Czech Republic
 Austria

Central, Eastern and Southern Europe

(4 months – July 18 – October 18)

 Slovakia
 Hungary
 Romania
 Bulgaria
 Greece
 Turkey
o Other possibilities
 Croatia
 Slovenia
 Serbia
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Montenegro
 Macedonia

Asia

(7 months – November 18 – May 19

Once in Asia and beyond we will be governed more by which visas we have been able to get and what dates they run to and from. We are going to fly from Turkey to Pakistan, missing out Iran – departure and arrival points to be decided.
 Pakistan
 India
 Bangladesh
 Myanmar

Southeast Asia

(5 months June 19 – October 19)

 Thailand
 Laos
 Cambodia
 Vietnam
 Malaysia
 Singapore
 Indonesia
o Possible
 Philippines

Australasia

(6 months November 19 – April 20)

 Australia
 New Zealand

Specific route details for other cyclists

Vang Vieng to Luang Prabang, Laos – notes for other cyclists

Notes for cyclists planning to travel from Vang Vieng to Luang Prabang, Laos The terrain between Vang Vieng and Luang Prabang in Laos is a much discussed route by long-distance cyclists who want to travel either north to Vietnam, or south to Thailand. The main reason for this interest is because of the mountains between […]

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From Bangladesh to Myanmar through North-East India (Tripura and Mizoram) by bike

Notes for other cyclists travelling between Bangladesh and Myanmar through Tripura and Mizoram states in North-East India. We cycled between Agartala (on the eastern Bangladesh/Tripura State Indian border) to Kale (pronounced Kalay and also known as Tahan) in western Myanmar in April 2019. This time of year is very hot in this region and the […]

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Route into Istanbul from Greece: information for other cyclists

Route from Kavala, Greece to Istanbul, Turkey: 14 – 20 November 2018 Out of Kavala we took the Old National Highway, the Blue Route 2 and found it to be reasonably quiet with just a few tough (ish) climbs. Apart from the mountains to the north, the road is a rather dull as far as […]

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