Thursday, August 29, 2019

How to see my blogs?

NB – Many of my blogs are not yet indexed...
If you want to discover my trip, you need to rewind time/my blogs.

Important: in order to see previous stories, at end of a page, 
in the bottom right corner, click on “Older Posts”.

May 2019 - Vietnam is here
March 2019 - Singapore is here
February 2019 - Malaysia Peninsular is here
December 2018 - Thailand is here
November 2018 - Laos is here
October 2018 - China is here
September 2018 - Mongolia is here 
August 2018 - Kazakhstan and Russian Federation are here 
July 2018 – Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan are here
June 2018 – Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan are  here
May 2108 - Iran (second trip) is here
April 2018 - UAE and Oman are here
March 2018 - Iran (first trip) is here
February 2018 - Departure and Eastern Europe is here

Enjoy without moderation!

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Welcome to the Land Roamer's blog!

I created this blog to keep my family and friends informed about the Land Roamer’s 
preparation, planning for the trip and later to keep in touch during my overland adventures.

Having had both a Land Rover and a Land Cruiser, I decided that I would call my 
4x4 camper-truck, a Brimont Brutt (more info here) "Land Roamer".

To roam: "To travel purposefully unhindered through a wide area. It suggests wandering freely
 and often far afield."  Etymology: Middle English, 14th century, Merriam-Webster.  

"Live for the JOURNEY, not the Destination!"

Wednesday, May 29, 2019


=> This post is a chronological summary of my trip.

More pictures can be accessed at the end/bottom
 of this blog, they are organized by topics.

As I could not enter Vietnam with my Roamer, from Peninsular Malaysia, 
I had shipped it to Kota Kinabalu, in Sabah State on the island of Borneo.  

After visiting parts of Sabah, I left my Roamer in Kota Kinabalu
 and flew to Hanoi in Vietnam.

Rented a motorcyle (Honda Winner 150cc) 
for the next 4 weeks and 4000 kilometers!

The Temple of Culture hosts the Imperial Academy, Vietnam's first national university. The temple was built in 1070 at the time of Emperor Lý Thánh Tông. It is one of several temples in Vietnam which is dedicated to Confucius, sages and scholars.

Mai Chau, up in the mountains

To Dien Bien Phu (last big battle for the French forces in 1954)

Driving to Sapa (North of Vietnam, up in the mountains)

Sapa, is a frontier township and capital of Sa Pa District in Lào Cai Province in north-west Vietnam. It is one of the main market towns in the area, where several ethnic minority groups such as Hmong, Dao (Yao), Giáy, Xa Pho, and Tay live.

On my way to Halong Bay 

On the road to Phong-Nha

Paradise cave : AWESOME!

Driving on the famous Ho Chi Minh trail to the DMZ


Driving along the coast to the Hai Van Pass

Hoi An - Charming old town

Driving to Nha Trang & Vung Tau

Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon)

War Remnants Museum


A few days by boat in the Mekong delta

Argh... those 5 weeks in Vietnam where intensive!
Not too tired?
Do you want to see MORE pictures of my trip?
=> Click here to see them. 
They are organized by topics. 
Enjoy without moderation!