Pricing for our presentation.
Summary sharing session of trip (2hours, not more than 120 pax, equipments and meeting time not included.) S$1000:
Show of slides of the 40 countries in chronicle order, bring listeners together with my journey. Most audience would be enriched with the unlimited land boundary that they can think of.
Motivational, inspiring and fun video of our trip. One of them is the ‘one year living on the road’.
The difficulties we met before and during the trip. How we managed to overcome them. For example: lost of motorcycle before the trip, penniless in Iran, Custom officer in Argentina do not allow us to exit the country…
sharing about our life. My wife and I come from normal family. I was raised up by parent that worked in hawker center. I was a rebellious kid with very poor academics results. How much matter I went through that made me change my life, turning my decision to give up my comfortable life in Singapore to pursue my dream with my wife. Especially giving up the business that is on the track very fast.
People we met on the road:
USA: Dr Greg Frazier: American Red Indian that had rode around the world on motorcycle for 5 times. His 4th time is with a lady with Parkinson disease.
USA: Dave Barr: Leg-less person that rode his Harley Davison around the world and made several world records.
USA: Santa Babara: Duncan.
Argentina: David and Joan: 75 years old English couple on bicycle from Argentina to Alaska.
India: Mr Yadok: the honest man in India.
Pakistan: Shazard Abassi, the scholar that chose to stay in his village.
Pakistan: chinese man on his bicycle for 13 years.
Argentina/Chile: Miriam and Cecilia: Solo lady riders.
Argentina: Hostel Argentino: Gracillo got kicked out by landlord.
Argentina/Chile: Daniel: ‘you don’t have to like everybody’.
Argentina/Chile: Danile: 'Fabio, let your soul be my pilot!'
Chile: Enzo and Martina from Villa Kuntabunt: taught me what is ‘passion’.
Swiss/Singapore: Karin and Sam on bicycle in 2007.
Hospitality and lovely people in Pakistan, Iran, Brasil, Columbia, USA and Indonesia.
And many more!
Conclusion: regrets in life. OCS, mum, the trip, friend (junhui). Treasure everything we have now.
15-25minutes on stage Q&A.
Item 1-3: 45-60 minutes.
Item 3-6: 45-60 minutes.
Technical learning’s: (30-45minutes, maximum 120pax, S$500)
Gears and equipment: Self defense equipment...cooking and sleeping gears..
Base camp settlements – friends, wills, property, bank, and death of close and loved ones.
Minimizing cost, maximizing exposures.
Documents: visas, carnet and health related issue.
Seeking sponsorship + media marketing + responsibility – freedom = ???.
Terrain adaptability. High altitude challenge, arid desert, sand storm, rocky grounds, cold and snow riding, rainy activities.
Internet stuff like CS, is not real but many liked it.
Why are there so may Westerners travelers? Where are the Asians?
How to get money during and after travel.
Ho How much money is enough for the trip? who has that amount.
Reason for travels: Good for smaller groups in a small discussion.
(45-60minutes, price to be advice, only open to selected individuals)
Show off and get friends to be jealous?
Take pictures and put in facebook to impress others?
Record setting? 5 minutes fame?
Voluntary and charity work in other countries? Help the poor? Refer to beard man in Mexico. No thanks for us. Root to all the problem.
Politics and business, how are we not involved?
What is a Gap Year? What are the achievements?
‘I want to see and experience different culture.’ So, how big is the moon overseas? So what when we see and experience different cultures? What benefits?
Planning against adventure.
Time or budget limited travel?
Adventure is calculated risk?
What’s our next adventure? Clearing the cloud in the sky so that the moon will always stay bright in Singapore? Bringing the country to us?
Interested, please leave your email and particulars on my blog. Thank you.