Since I took a break from my cycling trip in May 2016, I switched from carrying 4 pannier bags on my bike to 1 on my shoulder. My “home” downsized to 1/4 of its original size. My bike and most of my belongings were left in the Bulgarian mountain, at friends’ house. When I decided… Read More What we want = what we need??
I remember when I was a kid during the 90s, before the computer era arrived, things were way simpler and we hanged out with friends without any electrical consensus between us. There were truly human connections and promises that we could give, and I am longing for that pure form of linkage between each human… Read More Glorious Days without Facebook
It is very difficult to explain, but I regularly have those low low moments telling myself that nothing is working in my life right now, and I have better run away from it or to end it. Once I put aside my cycling trip, I am lost again as I find nothing to focus on.… Read More Getting lost and frustration as a nomad
If you have no time to read my post, just have a look of this video, it is the highlights of Leg 1 – Italy and Slovenia! In 2014 when I started riding my bike from Northern Europe, I did not know what to expect, nor have a concrete plan about where to go and… Read More Leg 1: Italy Slovenia – New experiments along with the bike trip
After a long pause of my bike trip for almost half a year, finally I can get back myself and get ready to set off my next leg of this limitless bike trip. During this half a year, it was a much needed healing process for my physical, mental and spiritual being. There were so… Read More Taking a half-year break to let myself grow
If you are seeking for adventures, and planning to do something that even scare the hack of yourself, you can definitely get some resonance from this movie “Tracks”. A true story of a woman walking by herself across the Australian desert with 4 camels and a dog. It is so interesting to see how she… Read More Tracks
Ages ago when I just graduated from high school, my parents sponsored me to join 2 package tours with my friends, going to Thailand and South Korea. At the age of 17, it was already such a fun to be away from home and travel to other countries with friends, but we had no ideas… Read More Different ways of being a nomad-traveler