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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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Cycling Sumatra Part 5: Honks and hills

Cycling Sumatra Part 5: Honks and hills

Cycling Sumatra Part 4: Honks and hills Country: Indonesia and Malaysia From Pemantangreba to Bangi Lesson learned: The Indonesian word for “foreigner” is “Mister” Laughed about: Power-walking to the Pizza Hut. Most wonderful miracle: UNESCO town Melaka and a lonesome beach Food we ate: Rice and Pizza Greatest challenge: Traffic […]

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Cycling Sumatra Part 4: Beautiful pavement

Cycling Sumatra Part 4: Beautiful pavement

Cycling Sumatra Part 4: Beautiful pavement Country: Indonesia From Pulau Kijang to Pemantangreba Lesson learned: There is no good reason to put oil into a valve Laughed about towards: Cameras, cellphones, tablets, pretty much everything with a lens. Most wonderful miracle: Volunteers repairing the streets and the first road sign […]

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Cycling through Sumatra Part 3: Thirteen kilometers in seven hours

Cycling through Sumatra Part 3: Thirteen kilometers in seven hours

Cycling through Sumatra Part 3: Thirteen kilometers in seven hours Country: Indonesia From Katia Dusun Sungay Limau to Pulau Kijang Lesson learned: River water is not potable, not even when boiled Laughed about: Two dirty foreigners swinging their mosquito coils through the rain forest Most wonderful miracle: Emergency-food: dried prunes […]

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Cycling through Sumatra Part 2: Barefoot through mud and goat poop

Cycling through Sumatra Part 2: Barefoot through mud and goat poop

Country: Indonesia From Katia Maju Ponga Muan to Dusun Sungay Limau Lesson learned: If the locals say, the way was “a bit bumpy ” you should expect more than a few potholes. Laughed about: The white girl with the muddy feet. Most wonderful miracle : Entertaining some young book-fans Food […]

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By bike through Sumatra part 1: Winter clothes at the equator

By bike through Sumatra part 1: Winter clothes at the equator

By bike through Indonesia part 1: Winter clothes at the equator Country: Indonesia From Batam to Katia Maju Ponga Muan Lesson learned: It is always a good idea to have some winter clothes handy, even at 30°C. Laughed about: Pressing the nose against a window to accidentally scare little children […]

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