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After a good stay in Jajce, I left the beautiful city early in the morning to enjoy the sceneries under the magical morning light. Only after a few minutes driving out of Jajce, I was awed by the surrounding landscape. I always love the sunny early morning. It is fresh and it smells new! Usually when I buy new things, I like to smell it once I opened the box, I just… Read More

After spending a few days in Herzegovina, I drove about 160km towards the centre of Bosnia… and reached a beautiful town of Jajce. I found the place by accident… I travel without gps or even some sort of guide or map. This trip was a total gamble. So what I did, I stopped by in a petrol station by the roadside in some village… and simply ask one of the worker if… Read More

After a good day walking around Mostar, I left the city driving around Herzegovina slowly enjoying the landscape. I drove less than 100km that day… seems that I travel further on my bicycle. I usually cycle around 80-120km a day.. sometimes even more when the road is mostly flat and easy.  But when the terrain is tough I do less than 50km. But now as I’m driving, I think I spent about… Read More

A short video of timelapse of Icelandic jawdropping landscape and some shots taken from my travelogue documentary, “Dengan Basikal Aku Menjelajah”. Ive traveled 2250km alone on bicycle across the stunning landscape of Iceland on paved roads, gravel and sandy roads. Between the ride, Ive hiked and climbed some mountains and volcanoes, tried to chase some Icelandic horses (failed, theyre way too fast!), eat and sleep! More stories & images on my blog,… Read More

After hours of battling against the strong headwind, I finally reached a small town called Hvollsvollur, with the population just around 800. The weather was pleasant, very sunny and clear blue sky, I find it very relaxing cycling under this weather, well, minus the headwind. Since I came from the rainforest of Malaysia, I love the sun, no matter how strong it shines. But Im afraid of the snow! Hehe… I then… Read More