1st of May, is Labour day, it took me 2.5 month to reach here from Kuala Lumpur. My plan is to reach London before 27th July, before the opening of the London Olympic 2012. I have another 2.5 months to go. Am I able to make it on time? As you can see in the photo, I am on my way to Astana for Malaysia embassy with Madi for my

I am now in the mission to find the Malaysia embassy in Almaty. Before that, I had contact with another group of 5 cyclist, who also cycling from Penang to London at the same time. Their route was also entering Kazakhstan but divert to Caspian sea and to Azerbaijan, Amenia then Turkey. My plan is to divert my route to join them instead of my original plan entering Russia, Ukraine

After saying goodbye to the lovely old couple, I continue my journey to Almaty, the largest city in Kazakhstan. This is my third day in Kazakhstan, everything was going well. I will need to find Malaysia embassy when I reach Almaty as my plan is to divert my road so that I need to seek some advice in the embassy. Anyway, a teenager ride with a donkey? This mode of

´╗┐After 2 hours of paddling like a zombie, I am totally exhausted and dehydrated. Luckily, I saw a small village from far and I turn to turbo mode and quickly pedal towards the village. I saw an old guy digging something in front of his house and I quickly approach him and ask for water. All I need now is just a pipe water will do but their gesture seems

I woke up early in the morning and start my journey at 8am in order to hit my daily target, 160km. This is my first morning in Kazakhstan and I am excited and ready to explore the country. I hope that the advice that given by the people at the Chinese border area was not true. The road condition was not as good as China, the road was uneven and