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1 1/2 years in 5 minutes – Cycling the world Video Part 2

1 1/2 years in 5 minutes – Cycling the world Video Part 2

1 1/2 years in 5 minutes – Cycling the world Video Part 2. Want a short summary of our world travel from 2011-2015 here it comes! Squeezed into two short videos we present you The brand new Part 2: 1 1/2 years in 5 minutes – Cycling the world Video Part 2 – […]

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Our Australian Private Film Festival

Our Australian Private Film Festival

May 16, 2016 Honolulu, Hawaii On December 28, 1895 the Lumiére brothers screened for the first time a motion picture film. The film was called Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory, it ran for 46 seconds and it was about literally that, workers leaving the factory. Today this simple film has become […]

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Cycling Australia Part 6: Into Sydney

Cycling Australia Part 6: Into Sydney

Mit dem Rad durch Australien Teil 6: Ab nach Sydney Land: Australien Cycling Australia Part 6: Into Sydney Country: Australia From Gerringong to Sydney Lesson learned: Even with a 2m2tent it can be hard to find a spot to pitch Laughed about: wave pool versus rock pool that keeps waves out Most […]

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Narooma Cycle Path for the People and by the People

Narooma Cycle Path for the People and by the People

Wellington, New Zealand, April 2015 Narooma Cycle Path What happens when a town feels the need to have their own cycle path? Well, easy, you build one. That is exactly what happened in the towns of Narooma-Kianga-Dalmeny in Australia in 2005. A small but memorable 6.5 km cycle path that […]

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Bruthen el Pequeño gran Pueblo de la Música

Bruthen el Pequeño gran Pueblo de la Música

Twizel, Nueva Zelanda, Marzo 2015 En un país con una población de tan sólo 23 millones de personas en un área de 7,692,024 km², el concepto de pueblo es muy distinto al que conocemos en México. Un pueblo en Australia puede ser una calle con una gasolinera, un café y […]

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Cycling Australia Part 5: Eight flat tires in a day

Cycling Australia Part 5: Eight flat tires in a day

Cycling Australia Part 5: Eight flat tires in a day Country: Australia From Narooma to Gerringong Lesson learned: Places with a bad reputation are often full of nice people Laughed about: Don Charlie’s and Don Polo’s laughter Most wonderful miracle: Swimming in Dalmeny Food we ate: Camping food Greatest challenge: Finding enough […]

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Bruthen the Greatest Smallest Music Town in Australia

Bruthen the Greatest Smallest Music Town in Australia

Twizel, New Zealand March 2015 In a country with a population of only 23 million people in an area of 7,692,024 km², the concept of town is quite different from than in my country Mexico. A town in Australia might just be a street or a gas station, a coffee […]

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Cycling Australia part 4: parrots, sting rays, kangaroos and a shark

Cycling Australia part 4: parrots, sting rays, kangaroos and a shark

Cycling Australia Part 4: parrots, sting rays, kangaroos and a shark Country: Australia From Genoa to Narooma Lesson learned: Learned to appreciate headwind and drizzle Laughed about: The 10000 rules of cricket Most wonderful miracle: The sounds and smells of the forest Food we ate: Tea and cookies, fruit, two liters of […]

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