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Antelopes, coyotes and rock paintings – Baja by bicycle part 4

Antelopes, coyotes and rock paintings – Baja by bicycle part 4

Antelopes, coyotes and rock paintings – Baja by bicycle part 4 Country: Mexico From Coco’s Corner to Guerrero Negro Lesson learned: Everything that grows in the desert has prickles Laughed about: Coco’s flirting attempts Most wonderful miracle: Mexican antelopes Animals we saw: vultures, coyotes, antelopes, lizards, mice, bunnies, wild horses, […]

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Miguel The Cycling Poet

Miguel The Cycling Poet

El Rosario, Sinaloa, July 2016 He calls himself Miguel, no last name. He is a poet, a cycle wanderer, editor, muralist, publisher, artist and holder of a proud beard he has been able to grow the past months. When Miguel speaks, his words end up in rhymes without him even […]

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Three Unknown Jewels of the Baja California

Three Unknown Jewels of the Baja California

Mounted on our saddles we have discovered three unknown jewels for many in Baja: Puertecito, San Luis Gonzaga and Bahía de los Angeles. Three Unknown Jewels of the Baja California  Puertecitos After pedaling 90 kilometers south of San Felipe we arrived to Puertecitos, Baja California. This eco town is inhabited […]

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Hot springs and giant cacti– Cycling Baja California part 3

Hot springs and giant cacti– Baja by bicycle part 3 Country: Mexico From San Felipe to Coco’s Corner Lesson learned: Don’t camp without a tent on a windy night Laughed about: Chopping ice bricks is a profession down in the Baja Most wonderful miracle: Hot springs Animals we saw: vultures, […]

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DSCN2934The pretty landscape was worth every extra drop of sweat View from top of the morning climb Camping without a tent in the sand Siesta under an abandonned roof Bumpy Highway 5, Mexico Tijuanense in Bahía San Luis Gonzaga
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Pedaleando la Baja California Norte

Junio 2016, Baja California, México Pedaleando la Baja California Norte Esta es la segunda vez que cruzo mi Estado en Bicicleta. La primera vez lo hice por la carretera 1 en el año 2007 si mas no recuerdo. Aquella vez lo hice con un grupo de amigos en invierno, cuando […]

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IMG_8519 IMG_8864 Terminamos la Baja! Annika a mis espaldas Baja by bicycle Beautiful Beach Palapa in Bahía San Luis Gonzaga, Baja California, Mexico
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Desert, wind and a salt cloud – Baja by bicycle part 2

Desert, wind and a salt cloud – Baja by bicycle part 2 Country: Mexico From Ensenada to San Felipe Lesson learned: Tailwind can be exhausting too Laughed about: Bike shorts that look like diapers Most wonderful miracle: Walking the mudflats Animals we saw: Hummingbird, squirrels, bunnies, vultures, serpent Days on […]

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Bicycles in the desert Caping in Rancho Casian, Ojos Negros Empty desert road Relax time: Agua de Limón and a hammock in the shade Vineyard on the way to Ojos Negros Fresh eggs
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About sunscreen and ice cream – Baja by bike part 1

About sunscreen and ice cream – Baja by bike part 1

About sunscreen and ice cream – Baja by bike part 1 Country: Mexico From Tijuana to Ensenada Lesson learned: Apply sunscreen before sweating Laughed about: Mexico and Australia aren’t that different after all Most wonderful miracle: History lessons from first hand Greatest challenge: Finding out whether those legs are still […]

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Winter break in Mexico

Winter break in Mexico Missed the last blog? Here it comes: Tijuana, our home for a while Blog auf deutsch: Winterpause in Mexiko When March came, it was clear we couldn’t call this a “winter break” anymore. But there was still so much work undone and so many projects we had started […]

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My German students playing a homemade vocabulary game “I do!” the kiss Cleaning Nopales cactus leaves The most awesome wedding cake! IMG_20160321_155332 The viewpoint on the toll road between Tijuana and Ensenada
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