Welcome to Week Three of The IndoChina Expedition
I love my new BMW HP2 bike, it is as if it was made to be ridden in the organized traffic chaos of the streets of Vietnam. I am feets above everyone else, and when I am standing on the pegs, I have a complete overview of even the heaviest of traffic in Hanoi where we are right now. Chris and I have been riding around town while Sterling has been filming us making our way through traffic, it is quite a sight. But best of it all was when Sterling was hanging on to a local scooter taxi while filming us making our way to a local motorcycle Cafe. I do not know he does it, but it is impressive to watch and the footage he is getting is really cool. Can't wait to see the final edited version.
Every night, Sterling is working on his video material, while I am doing the pictures, and Chris in his room is preparing for what the next days might have in store for us. The three of us have traveled extensively together on past adventures, so we know how to work together even when the heat and exhaustion is getting to us; we keep up with a good attitude. I feel that this part of our friendship is very important for the success of this journey.
I have been working all day on editing pictures and getting this page ready for publishing, and now I need some sleep - we have a long day's ride to Sapa in the early morning. For this reason, please expect more material to be published, even in previous pages as time permits. After all, we are out here to ride our bikes and experience the land and cultures we are traveling through.
Thanks for tuning in and we will see you soon with more material from the road in IndoChina.