in SEA.. Do you take a water filter bottle, or are there other ways of staying hydrated when on the road?

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Post by Guest »

Well the time has arrived for me to get back into travel. Most of my South East Asia travel was back in the late 80’s. I took a bicycle out from the UK to Ozz via Europe, Trans Siberian, China, Thailand, Philippines, and up the East coast of Australia. Also went to Laos for a break, going down the Mekong illegally as Laos was very restrictive at the time.

In 1987 I left a Ukrainian cruise ship in HongKong and went back to the UK overland, mostly on the train.

So a message to you youngsters out there! You’ll have a truly amazing time. Lots of adventure, plenty of fun, but the memories and experiences will shape your life and be a part of you forever. Really the best thing you can possibly do.

So I I said! At the age of 60, it’s time to revisit.

The question is an easy one. Do you guys take a water filter bottle, or are there other ways of staying hydrated when on the road!

Hope to see some of you this coming winter.

Post by Katy »

Wow what an adventure ! I’ve only been to Indonesia (Java & Bali) so far. You can probably get by filling up at water coolers but I may get a filter water bottle just in case

Post by Vivienne »

What an adventure you’ve had! I had dreams of the overland to Australia journey in a truck, via

India and spent my days hanging around Trailfinders in London.

At 60 it’s a great time to revisit. We’ve recently backpacked SEA (at 60 & 65) age no barrier. Enjoy and look forward to your posts! Oh and water filter bottle if you plan to go off piste and help reduce plastic but there’s water bottles available everywhere
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