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One of the interesting sights you will see along the way.

Along the Mekong

There is no better way to explore a country than by bicycle. And if you’re going to be cycling the length of a country, why not do it for charity? H2H is a group of expatriates based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam that is in its third year of existence. We will ride from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City – 2,000km, or 1,200 miles – from February 3-29 while raising money for three local charities that help poor children gain access to education and healthcare. We can’t wait to see what this adventure will bring!

Follow the ride through my personal blog: http://mike-alongthemekong.blogspot.com; or our group blog: http://h2hrfvc.blogspot.com

Thanks,
Michael Tatarski

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