Kepala Batas, Malaysia, September 2013 As part of our two year celebration we would like to introduce you to some of the people that have made our bike travel a constant life lesson. These people have opened their hearts to us in ways we cannot even begin to describe. Their contribution […]Read more ›
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Meis, Greece / Kaş, Turkey, March 2012 Diesen Artikel auf Deutsh lesen What to do when the visa is going to expire and you want to stay a little longer in the country that you love? Either you beg the officials in the migration office for an extension or you […]Read more ›
Happy 2012 – year of the dragon! Wednesday, 11th of January 2012 We left Kavala on a dry day. Even though we left late we still made 71.5 kilometers, passed Xanthi and slept somewhere in the nowhere by Nea Kessani. Our sleeping rhythm has completely adapted to the city life […]Read more ›
Monday, 26th of December 2011 Monday, 26th of December 2011 The way from Kavadarci was beautiful. We followed a wonderful canyon and made our first experiences cycling on a freeway. On the way to Thessaloniki we camped again and it was not too cold at all! We made it to […]Read more ›
Kavala, Grecia, December 2011 Leer en Español *Filoxenia: greek for hopitality, welcome, shelter. It is December 24th, one day before Christmas. Annika and I are ready with our ingredient list for our Christmas dinner celebration. We flew straight forward towards the cheapest and biggest supermarket to do our shopping. “ […]Read more ›
Kavala, Greece, December 2011 Diesen Artikel auf Deutsch lesen When we cross the border to Greece I am excited. It has been nearly five years since I have travelled the birth country of Zeus, Odysseus, Socrates and Homer the last time. We take the first exit on the freeway to […]Read more ›
Thessaloniki, Greece, December 2011 When St. Paul visited this city around 52 A.D and wrote what is presumably the first book of the new testament (First Epistle to the Thessalonians) he would have never imagined what it would turned out to be. Today this city of over 2,300 years of history of intense […]Read more ›