South East Asia provided bountiful opportunities for good photographs: rich colours, interesting people and fantastic wild life.
Here are a collection of our favourites from the months that we spent cycling through Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia. You can browse all of them on Flickr.
Boarding one of the many ferries in the Mekong Delta.
Fresh coconuts: a cheap, delicious source of electrolytes.
A routine inspection of my bike by locals.
Mosquito nets were a rare privilege.
Laura at Angkor Wat
Laura playing with her camera at Angkor Wat.
Wild dogs were everywhere in Thailand. Usually not aggressive but this guy didn’t appreciate our attempts to use his deck chair.
This guy put us up in his temple, switched on the AC for us and gave us the wifi password. Modern Buddhist monks.
Thailand had recently gone through one of its military coups. Our only exposure to this was the occasional offer of energy drinks or requests for photos from the police.
We finally bit the bullet and bought new shirts after 11 months on the road.
A fine we were not in danger of incurring.
Indian temple in Kuala Lumpur.
Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur.
Superb waterfall we had all to ourselves in Malaysia.
You can see all the Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam photos, along with photos from the rest of the trip, on Flickr.
This photo blog is part of a series from our round-the-world bike trip. Here’s the rest of the series:
1. Palace to Palace Photos (Hampton Court to Versaille)
2. EuroVelo 6 in Photographs (France)
3. Pictures from Cycling Across Italy
4. Photos from the Croatian Coast
6. Autumn Photographs of Greece
7. Photos of Turkey (the country, not the festive meat)
8. Photographs from Cycling Through Georgia in Winter
10. Inside Iran: Images from the Islamic Republic
11. Cycling Across Arabia Photo Diary (Dubai & Oman)
12. 15 Photos from India on Bicycles (+ Magnificent Moustaches)
13. Good cycling, great pictures (Korea)
15. Best of SE Asia (Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand & Malaysia)
16. Kangaroos, Koalas and The Giant Lobster (Australia)
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