Both post-communist countries, Serbia and Romania. One in European Union, one is not. One was bombed in 1999 by NATO, one is struggling with its gypsy population. This leg I passed several Serbian cities: Subotica, Novi Sad, Belgrade and Vrsac. Then crossing to Romania: Timisoara, Deva, Sebes, Sibiu, Brasov and Barlad. The countryside of both… Read More Leg 3: Rendezvous in Serbia and Romania
Many people said Croatian coast is very beautiful and I must go there, but I chose to just cross the capital Zagreb and towards Hungary. After such a long time on the road, sightseeing is no longer my top priority, but meeting local people, understanding their cultures and trying authentic local food are far more… Read More Leg 2 – Croatia and Hungary
Thinking about doing something different from the ordinary society? Thinking about making a big change of your lives? Thinking about an affordable way to be a long term traveler? Simply pick up a bike and start cycling to unknown places, you will discover the beauty of this world that we always miss out because we… Read More 10 reasons you should start a bike trip around the world
Route details: Cannes – Monaco – Savona – Genova – Pavia – Milan – Como – Lugano – Bellinzona – San Bernardino Pass – Chur – Bad Ragaz – (Vaduz) – St Gallen – Zurich Distance: 783km Duration: 16 days (actual riding: 9 days) Difficulty: ★★★★ Accommodation: Warmshower hosts/friends (11 nights); camping (5 nights) Expenditure:… Read More Hiking in Italy, Biking through the Alps and all the way to Zurich
Route details: Barcelona – Viladamat – Leucate – Narbonne – Montpellier – Marseille – Cannes Distance: 739km Duration: 15 days (actual riding: 8 days) Difficulty: ★ Accommodation: Warmshower hosts/friends (13 nights); camping (2 nights) Expenditure: €52.6 After my short stay in Barcelona visiting some old friends, I started my journey along the coast of Mediterranean… Read More Sunshine and beaches along the French Mediterranean coast
Want to combine my message with my photos, here I have made a few illustrations! Hope you are inspired!!
Touring in Sweden Album
Do you know Fidel Castro, the former leader in Cuba (still in power), is not from Cuba? He is actually from Galicia, you may ask where the hack is Galicia? It is located in the northwestern most part of Spain, famous for the destination of El Camino de Santiago (The ways of St. James) where… Read More Galicia random encounter and El Camino de Santiago