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Cycle Escapade in Thailand

It was never planned to turn out like this, but my desire to explore Bangkok and the surrounding areas just happened by chance. I was bored and wanted desperately to explore and I sought after adventure; anything to get me away from my apartment. So I went out and purchased a bicycle. At first it was a daunting experience cycling on challenging roads. Thailand has one of the worst fatalities on its roads, than anywhere else in the world.

Away from the hectic, congested roads of Bangkok, the scenery is out of this world: stunning, wonderful and at times magnificent.

As a cyclist, I enjoyed cycling around my home town in Yorkshire when I was younger, cycling to places like: Leeds, Sheffield, York and further afield like Morecambe, Lincoln and Cambridge. I was a member of a few cycling clubs notably the CTC (cycle touring club).

This blog is for those of you who are interested in cycling, but this is cycling in tropical Thailand and visiting places of interest. It is my endeavour to share with you my experiences in a fascinating way that will intrigue you. Cycling is my passion and nothing excites me more than cycling escapades. Thailand is only slowly coming to terms with cycle tourism, but there if plenty to see out there, that’s if you don’t mind the weather, the occasional snake and monitor lizards that you might frequently see. So if you are new to this site, move on and enjoy the adventure.

Before I start, I would like to pay a big thanks to all the people of Thailand and other foreign nationals that I have stumbled across on my travels. Thailand is a wonderful place, with wonderful people and an interesting culture. Everyone should come here, especially if you are out for adventure and eastern cultures, there’s no place in the world like this.

 

 

as never planned to turn out like this, but my desire to explore Bangkok and the surrounding areas just happened by chance. I was bored and wanted desperately to exercise and an excuse for adventure. So I went out and bought myself a bicycle. It was easier and cheaper to do it that way than by private car.

This blog is for those of you who are interested in the beauty of Thailand possibly looking at it from a different point of view. I hope to share with you my experiences of cycling and adventures around Thailand. This may take some time to do; please be patient sit back and enjoy.

Before I start, I would like to pay a big thanks to all the people of Thailand and other foreign nationals that I have stumbled across on my travels. Thailand is a wonderful place, with wonderful people and a interesting culture. Everyone should come here, especially if you are out for adventure.

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