Here are some of the photos of my trip, it's not much as i am not a very good photographer and it really doesn't do justice to the intensity of some of the places i have seen, but at least it will give you a glimpse. There were so many things during this trip that i have not photographed or spoken about, because i couldn't or didn't want to for different reasons so again, these photos will only show a tiny portion of the whole thing.
I have added explanations to several of them too.
The photos can be found by clicking HERE.
Here is also a short sum-up thing :
Number of countries visited : 6 (Tibet, China, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam).
Trip duration : Over 2 months and a half.
Total distance : I didn't really count, probably because distances don't mean much, but i'd say over 5000km.
Average daily distance : Again it depends, it was about 70km around Tibet and China and over 150km in Vietnam, Cambodia, etc.
Max distance in one day : Over 170km.
Coldest temperature : Probably under -25°C.
Warmest temperature : About 35°C.
Hardest day : In Tibet, reaching a pass at 5008m with a nearly empty stomach, with a shit bike that i had to push over 35km of an exclusively uphill dirt road with a violent wind bullying me around.
Best day : I had several, but none really sticks out of the bunch.
Biggest disappointment : Laos, which i found simply uninteresting in many ways. And also not finding a way, after i had had a problem with my back wheel in Tibet to complete the 100km to the next town on my own. Instead i hitchhiked and i regret it as it didn't happen again later on in the trip.
Greatest surprise : Yunnan (China), very different from what i was expecting and from what many travellers expect too. The people were really nice and helpful, they weren't sneaky bastards trying to make me pay more than the price (unlike in Laos) and the place is absolutely not touristic except for a few towns that i did not go to, a great joy !
Worse idea : Buying a bike in Tibet instead of bringing my own.
Best idea : Travelling quite light and with no high-tech stuff, made me enjoy the trip a lot more.