23,000 km. 15+ countries. 3 months. One guy.

Hi there! I'm Alex. From mid-April 2016, I'm travelling from Singapore to Denmark overland to eat at Noma, the world's best restaurant. Find out more about me here, or check out my latest posts below!

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Embassy Experiences in Singapore

Visas are the one thing you really can’t procrastinate – without a visa, you’re not getting in anywhere. For my trip, I’ve had to visit four embassies: Chinese, Russian, Mongolian, and Vietnamese – I’ll give a brief overview of how to get visas for these countries and what my experience was like. China Due to the volume…

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Picking the Right Backpack

I think the way you carry your gear is often overlooked, but in reality it’s something that hugely affects your comfort while on the road. Out of all my gear, I spent by far the longest amount of time choosing a backpack. First, a note on pack volume/finding the right size. If you google the…

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Booking: part 2

Against all odds, I have booked a table at Noma! This is probably the most coveted restaurant seat in the world right now, and I managed to get one (well, six). If you need any proof of that, just google “Noma booking” and look at the sheer number of articles written about it! The booking’s been…

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Booking: part 1

In just under 48 hours, the booking for Noma’s July seating will open. There will be roughly 20,000 people wanting one or more of Noma’s 2,000 monthly seats. They release seats 3 months before the dining date to deal with demand, and still the seats sell out in under 45 seconds. I joined last month’s seat release…

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Welcome!

This is the site I’ve been working on in my spare time for the last few months, and where I’ll write about the planning/booking/gear/actual experience of doing this trip. I leave a month from today, so I’ll put up a few posts between now and then, but once on the road I’ll try to write…

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