No.80 Off to Africa!

No.80 Off to Africa!

Yes, time for Africa! I would like to experience the many different cultures of Africa. Get to know the people and their way of life. To meet laughing children and to sort out preconceptions. To look at the world on the so-called “Dark Continent” for...
Nr.77 USA – The American West is simply sensational

Nr.77 USA – The American West is simply sensational

It felt like coming home, even if the real home was still to come. I was really looking forward to my nature and all the friendly Americans I would most certainly meet and was just happy to be back. For me, the American West continues to be one of the most marvelous...
N0.74 – Belize – the land of colorful smiles

N0.74 – Belize – the land of colorful smiles

Why colorful? Because you can find all the skin colors of the world here, a country with an extremely large number of ethnic groups who, as it seemed to me, live together in a vivid and joyful way while still keeping their own cultures. Such extremely friendly people...
No.66 – Mexico – Taking on Baja Divide

No.66 – Mexico – Taking on Baja Divide

The Baja Divide is a brand-new trail which crosses Baja California on rough and sandy trails. Always away from the tarmac and busy roads. 1700 miles to La Paz at the Southern end of the Baja. I wasn’t super excited to follow another red line someone else had created....
No.65 USA – Great cycling destination

No.65 USA – Great cycling destination

My last kilometers in a beautiful country. But first a short resume. With the title super cycling destination I am saying goodbye to the land of unlimited possibilities. The American West is a bewitchingly beautiful area, where cycling is simply fun. The vastness, the...
Nr.31 – China – Yunnan – The Gate to Southeast Asia

Nr.31 – China – Yunnan – The Gate to Southeast Asia

Although the road was exhaustingly strenuous due to the endless steep hills, the landscape was breathtakingly beautiful. The mountains were blanketed lavishly with green vegetation and the fields spread across the landscape in a myriad of lovely colors. Perfectly...
No.12 – From Armenia into Iran

No.12 – From Armenia into Iran

I really enjoyed my time in Tbilisi a lot. I liked the city and I had big luck with my hosts. First Niko, a Georgian guy, and a few days later Taylor from the States. Both really nice blokes. Tbilisi is in a desperate shape in some areas, but this is exactly what...
No.9 – Goereme – Cappadocia

No.9 – Goereme – Cappadocia

Acropolis & Co were ticked off soon and didn’ t impress me much. Dimitris, my warmshower host in Athens, spoiled me with local food and heaps of information. Super. If I have a look at the world map seeing the short distance I covered so far it looks really tiny...
No.8 – Athens / Greece

No.8 – Athens / Greece

I chose the road along the southern side of the Shadarsko Jezero Lake to get to Albania. But it wasn”t as easy as you might think. It was above 40 C and quite hilly, so I sweated a lot that day. But the scenery was pretty so it was worth every single drop of...
No.4 – Romania/ Sighetu Marmaţiei

No.4 – Romania/ Sighetu Marmaţiei

Before I cycled off to the Ukraine I needed to say good bye to my new friends Michal and Freida where I was staying for a week while I waited for my new camera. We had a lot of fun together and especially Freida, the dog, didn’t want to let me go again. The...

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