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Here you will find articles on an ambitious plan to travel from Singapore to Morocco overland, i.e. without flying.

I will use buses and trains to travel through South East Asia, China, Mongolia, Russia, and Europe.

Read about The Plan So Far.

Series: Three Continents Overland

Three Continents Overland: An overland Trip from Singapore to Morocco

Written by Joshua Fuglsang on .

An introduction to my travel series: Three Continents Overland. This series will follow my journey by train and by bus from the bottom of Asia in Singapore, to Morocco in the top of Africa. I will be travelling through South East Asia, China, Russia, East Europe, and finally South Europe. In total I plan to travel between eight and twelve months, or possible longer.

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Temples of Nihn Binh & Vietnamese New Year

Written by Joshua Fuglsang on .

It’s Vietnamese New Year Eve and I have just checked in to my hostel after a long nine hours on the train. The town is sedate, with the local populace at home forgetting the troubles of the year past and wishing for better days in the year to come.

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Phong Nha Caves & National Park Touring

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I have spent four days visiting Phong Nha Ke Bang. So, what is so special about the area? Well, the caves for sure. But don’t overlook the breadth taking beauty of the national park and Karst geography.

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Visiting Hue Vietnam

Written by Joshua Fuglsang on .

I have recently visited the provincial city of Hue, Vietnam. I wanted to briefly write about Hue as a travel destination as I believe that it is quite underrated. A lot of travellers that I met would spend only one or two nights in Hue, see the imperial city, then skip through. But there is quite a lot to do in Hue, and it is somewhat off the beaten track, meaning that you are not inundated with group buses loaded with selfie-stick bearing tourists.

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An Abandoned Water Park in Hue Vietnam

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Sitting in the common area of my hostel, a fellow backpacker told me of an abandoned water park on the edge of town, the provincial Vietnamese city Hue. My interest piqued. I immediately knew what I would be doing the following day and an hour later I had a scooter organised and was planning the trip.

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Candid thoughts on travelling to Nha Trang Vietnam

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Well, I have left Nha Trang. Did I like it there? Not really. I found it to be kind of like the Gold Coast, but grubbier. If that is possible. It has a certain feeling of emptiness to it. Created by an esplanade overgrown with monolithic hotels, creating long expanses of nothingness which you need to trek through for days before finding anything of interest. And not the good kind of trekking.

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Travelling Vietnam overland on trains and buses: Saigon to Hanoi

Written by Joshua Fuglsang on .

To get started with my overland trip to Europe I came to Vietnam, to travel the length of the country before jumping over to China. This article describes some of the things I experienced travelling Vietnam by train and bus.

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The craziness of Vietnamese scooter driving

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I wanted to write about my experiences riding a scooter and to make some tips for others considering hiring scooters in Vietnam. Firstly, I have to say that riding in Vietnam isn’t for the faint of heart. It is definitely more challenging than what I have experienced in other South East countries, predominately Thailand. These are some of the differences which I noted.

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Streets of Saigon and Vietnam Celebrates the Under 23 Semifinals

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Landing in the tumultuous metropolis of Saigon was an experience to remember; bustling backstreets, roaring crowds, mouth-watering meals, and more. Read this article to find out more!

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Discovering a mans body in the streets of Chiang Mai

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I brief re­count of dis­cov­er­ing a man who had died on the streets in Chi­ang Mai, and how I han­dled the sit­u­a­tion.

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Here you will find articles on an ambitious plan to travel from Singapore to Morocco overland, i.e. without flying.

I will use buses and trains to travel through South East Asia, China, Mongolia, Russia, and Europe.

Read about The Plan So Far.