Our Itinerary

With all the changes of plans we’ve had e.g. not going to India but doing another trek, then having a child with a broken leg instead, being stuck in Nepal etc, we thought it was about time we had another look at the itinerary and worked out what we were suppose to be doing.

There’s a lot of factors to take into consideration.  The moving monsoon season by country, the geographical location and minimising ‘doubling back’; being near the right hospitals for Scarlett’s physiotherapy, and the visas for each country, which are surprisingly complex and require days of planning in to obtain.

However we’re pretty happy with the new plan.  It does depend on getting my career break extended, and on our tenants wanting to rent our house out for a few more weeks, but if it all goes to plan it will look something like this:-

Activity

Country

No Days

Start Date

Finish Date

New Year on Kho Tao

Thailand

3

01/01/2014

03/01/2014

Meet Adam & Cast Removal

Thailand

7

04/01/2014

10/01/2014

Laos Visa Run

Laos

7

11/01/2014

17/01/2014

Thailand Island Hopping

Thailand

60

18/01/2014

18/03/2014

Malaysia

Malaysia

14

19/03/2014

01/04/2014

Singapore

Singapore

5

02/04/2014

06/04/2014

Philippines

Philippines

21

07/04/2014

27/04/2014

Indonesia

Indonesia

30

28/04/2014

27/05/2014

Vietnam

Vietnam

30

28/05/2014

26/06/2014

Angkor Wat

Cambodia

7

27/06/2014

03/07/2014

Thailand TBC

Thailand

25

04/07/2014

28/07/2014

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

28

29/07/2014

25/08/2014

 

3 thoughts on “Our Itinerary

  1. I’m guessing you are in Kota Bharu or thereabouts now. I wonder if Fergus’ bicycle is still there. Are you going to re-visit our beautiful old house? A postcard from KB is probably too advanced still. It is amazing to think the girls are about the same age as their dad when he was there and went to school and learned maths by catching and counting frogs…

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  2. Hi Alan – We are in KL. Kota Bharu is currently under martial law and the foreign office advise against all travel there. We thought we’d had enough drama for one trip so we went along the west coast, via Langkawi and Penang. We met up with Adam a couple of months ago who also remembers catching and counting frogs, and putting them in the girls’ desks at school.

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  3. Probably best to let the police play on their own up north.
    So Adam is there too. That’s great! Give him my best.. It’s a chilly Spring day here in London and the daffodils are out. Have fun!
    Alan

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