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Life’s Moments

Cross the line – Get “Out Of Bounds”

Set off - trekking shoes, headlamp, 2 litres of water & sleeping bag checked

A week before my birthday, Val asked me, “What present do you want for your birthday?” I thought for a while and whispered back, “Can I have anything I want?” Val’s head nodded an affirmative nod. I took a deep breadth and said, “I want to do the Santa Maria Volcano Full Moon Hike.” I […]


33! Celebrate An Appetite for Life!

We sat on the pavement outside The Bake Shop and finished BOTH the blueberry and strawberry buns at one go!

A week before my birthday, Val asked me, “How do you want to celebrate your birthday?” Without even thinking, I (Tay) said, “No need to celebrate. It’s just another day, which is no different from any other day.” Val insisted and the night before my birthday, she gave me an instruction, “We have to wake […]


Hiking Tzununá with Nile – Drenched in Abundance

Soaking every bit of it up

During our Retreat on IslaVerde, we met a resident living in the neighbouring pueblo, Jaibalito. His name is Nile; and he attended our sharing session at IslaVerde. After the session, he invited us to hike the “Tzununá falls” with him. “It was where I wrote my book. There used to be a trail there, but […]


Thank you for S*H*I*T

Little Guatemalan Boy

We are grateful for… The fact that we are beginning this list of gratitude. Despite having the poverty, the desperateness of everything and everyone get to us in a way that makes us almost “pek cek (frustrated)”. Ok, VERY pek cek. We’ve had the words “Shit.” “You.” stumbled out of the mouth of a hardly […]


Mayan Homestay Experience – “Lemar”, cual es tu sueño?

When we were making decisions to travel through Latin America, we decided that we’d take shuttles/buses whenever we have to cross borders. Having to transport our equipment, bicycles and ourselves safely across immigration was simply not worth the risk. And so, we got into Lake Atitlan, Guatemala from San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico; […]


2011: Counting Our Blessings

We’d just spent the last couple of days rolling in bed, throwing up any food or liquid that goes into our bodies, basically, suffering from some unknown food poisoning or stomach virus. While everyone else was out partying counting down to the wonderful 2011 ahead, we laid next to each other and grimaced, “Why is […]


First Sharing Session in Japan – Let’s Play!

Look! Our Treasures in Our Hearts!

After hearing what we wanted to do in Japan, Yuri contacted and convinced her mother-in-law to let us visit her “Hoi Gyuen (nursery)” to conduct our very first sharing session. “Just like that?!?” We asked in incredulity when she announced her mother-in-law’s approval to us. “You can try my mother-in-law’s nursery first. And if the […]


Day 3 in Japan

Before we arrived, we’d wanted to hold sharing sessions with children in Japan. Specifically children, because we know that with whatever societial nuances and language barriers Japanese culture has; there are no such boundaries for children. And also because, we’ve always have a soft spot for children. Day 2 we were here, Yuri had already […]


Our First Sharing Session: Taiping Elementary School

Find My Dream

Recap: We made a promise to Luo Papa during our backpacking trip in October 2009. We promised him that we would return to Taiwan 6 months later to chase his last dream of cycling to all the train stations in Taiwan with him. Because of this promise, “I Believe That Dreams Can Come True” was […]


Slowly but Surely…

And so we left David’s house the next morning, recharged for another day of cycling, the beauty of his works still singing in our hearts. That is, until we came upon the first of the many many long long upward slopes… Shot on Canon by Koh Your spare change, even if it’s just $1, would […]


Take A Chance…

…because no amount of planning can preempt unforeseen circumstances …because everything happens for a reason …because time and space is needed for new beginnings to arise …because nothing is quite as fearful as not knowing what you’ve missed ahead So take a chance we did And acknowledge plans change with time And recognise that every […]


A Departure, A Mother’s Blessings

Entry updated from the one we posted on 12 April when we received news of Luo Papa’s Mother’s demise: Shot on Canon by Koh Help us continue inspiring by sponsoring this video. Click here to find out how. Luo Papa’s mother was the one who brought him to see his first train when he was […]


Taiwan Railway Cycling Dream – Blessings from a Mother

We received news from Luo Papa this morning – his 92 year old mother had passed on this morning 2AM. Our team (Tay, Val and camerman Koh) sends him and his family our deepest condolences. Luo Papa’s mother was the one who brought him to see his first train when he was barely a toddler. […]


Keep Pedalling

“千里之行,始於足下。” – 老子 “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” – Lao-Tzu And so, we began pedalling: Shot on Canon by Koh Help us continue inspiring by sponsoring this video. Click here to find out how. Yes we are cycling on “little foldies” Yes the foldies are single-gears Yes our bikes […]


First Stop – Taiwan

Everytime we were asked about our “plans” for this journey, we could barely coherent an answer. 世界那么大,五年那么长 – 走一步看一步,一个一个国家看着办吧!(The world is so big, the journey (5 years) is so long – we can only take it as it comes, and see where it all leads us!) Yes, we are slightly very different from the mainstream […]


Saying Goodbye

View the countries we have “conquered” on our bicycles in this section.


24 Hours Cycling Challenge Fundraiser – becoming the person we want to be

We had grand ideas for the 24 Hours Cycling Challenge Fundraiser. We wanted to challenge our physical limits – If we can cycle for 24 hours, we can do anything. We can cycle around the world. We wanted to create awareness – If we stream the entire process “live”, people would be drawn in to […]


Of Scabbed Knees, Shins, and Heart

A “scab” is the crust formed over a wound during healing. When we decided to document every step of our journey in this project, starting from hometown Singapore, we made a decision to “put ourselves out there”, even when it comes to presenting our vulnerable selves – our fears. We said that Project Singapore was […]


When all else fails, be grateful

View the preparation process in our hometown Singapore in this section.


Did we get our bicycles?

View the people who funded this dream; and consequently, inspired many other dreams in this section.


A week of saying, "Thank You"

View the people who funded this dream; and consequently, inspired many other dreams in this section.


A season of Giving and Receiving

View the people who funded this dream; and consequently, inspired many other dreams in this section.