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English (German below) Privacy Policy We are very delighted that you have shown interest in our enterprise. Data protection is of a particularly high priority for the management of the Tasting Travels. The use of the Internet pages of the Tasting Travels is possible without any indication of personal data; […]

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Where are we now

Where are we now

Want to know where in the world Annika and Roberto currently are cycling? Have a look here! You can find every place where we spent the night from September 7th 2011 until today. We try to update our map every time we find WiFi. Sometimes it takes more time to […]

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Nuestro Gran Viaje en Carro

Septiembre, 2015, Washington, USA Lo habíamos logrado, llegar hasta Inuvik en bicicleta. Pero y después ¿qué?, teníamos dos opciones, pedalear de regreso o buscar un raite. Sin pensarlo elegimos el segundo, una vez fue suficiente para nosotros. En esto del ciclo viaje hay varios estilos y nosotros “venimos manejando lo […]

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IMG_1173 IMG_0813 La vista desde la comodidad del carro Cazando Salmon El Rambler Interior del Carro
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En Bici hacia el Círculo Artico y Mas Allá Parte 2

Canada, Septiembre, 2015 Continua nuestro viaje En Bici hacia el Círculo Artico: Dawson City a Inuvik Y llegamos a Dawson City, al llegar tomamos el transbordador gratuito que cruza el río Yukon hacía el pueblo de Dawson. Después de un par de días sin estar en un pueblo real que […]

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IMG_0059 Beautiful Ponds IMG_0173 Tsiigehtchic Climbs on the Dempster Gwich’in Territorial Park
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One day, nine stories. Empathizing with other travel cyclists

One day, nine stories. Empathizing with other travel cyclists

One day, nine stories. Empathizing with other travel cyclists We cycle most days and every now and then we meet other cyclists. Often there is talk about gear, camping possibilities nearby, the route, visas and other cycling friends who are somewhere ahead or behind. But Roberto and I rarely have the […]

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One day, nine stories: Baerbel and Johan in Tajikistan

One day, nine stories: Baerbel and Johan in Tajikistan We have read Baerbel’s and Johan’s blog long before we ever met them. All throughout Southeast Asia we biked nearly parallel to each other without meeting even once. It was Melbourne, Australia, where we finally met in person. Baerbel and Johan left […]

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One day, nine stories: Heike in Japan

One day, nine stories: Heike in Japan I have been following Heike’s blog ever since she started. We met online in a bicycle forum and feel like good friends for years now, even though we have never had the chance to meet in person. Heike left her home in Germany in […]

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One day, nine stories: Rachel and Patrick in Rwanda

One day, nine stories: Rachel and Patrick in Rwanda Rachel and Patrick are a couple from the USA who have left home in March 2015 for their second big bike travel. As of now they have biked 6865 Kilometers through Europe and Africa. There is no deadline for this trip and I wouldn’t […]

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Rachel is just crossing the bridge at the top of this waterfall. RTW_07_Rwanda-311 riding through a banana grove. Most kids are alright, after a good morning and how are you they typically want money, but a stern no most times puts an end to that subject. Kids help pushing our bikes on the steepest sections. We do warn them no money! Actually, we probably spoil it for the next cyclists by giving these kids a package of cookies. This group in particular gets rowdy.
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