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  • ThumbnailThis is La Ponderosa. Not only my main transportation vehicle but also my house. Well, sort of . When traveling, effectively becomes my home, but when I stay at a place like Barcelona, ​​for example, living and […]

  • hola german, nos encontremos cuando quireras, estos comentarios llegan a nuestro e mail, acordemos y nos vemos saludos !!!

  • Thumbnail This guy, Daniel Orenes , just started his Round the World bicycle trip in southern Spain. He’s coping with a very complicated weather condition but overall he seems OK. It is challenging to me following this event from my comfort zone here in Madrid, excusing myself that winter isn’t the best time to travel. Maybe I’m right […]

  • Thumbnail    The following is part of Marlene Adam’s (a writer from Vancouver, Canada) blog entry on one of my former blog project.    …   There’s something masochistic about a divorced couple voluntarily agreeing to travel indefinitely together, especially after not having seen each other for two or three years. And even more foolhardy after having already […]

  • Omar Ruiz-Diaz posted an update in the group New BikeTravellers: 8 years, 1 month ago

    Hi from Madrid. Stay here don’t know until when. Check out my site if u wish http://www.omarglobal.com

  • Omar Ruiz-Diaz wrote a new post, Two BOBs?, on the site OMARGLOBAL 8 years, 1 month ago

    Thumbnail          Two Trailers Two trailers, really? Yes, mainly because this set up provided me the sufficient public attention not only to spread the message of how good the bicycle is but to get enough resources from all kind of people along the way. By the way, this is what you find in the front page […]

  • Indeed, I have two BOB’s behind my bike. So, I walk a lots almost each uphill. But, it’s help me on my street shows or any other way to collect resources. Here u can watch how it’s work: http://www.youtube.com/omarglobal#p/u/4/u_cKBCjrpeU I am in Madrid now and I am a member of Rodadas.net Glad to hear that […]

  • Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear. ~Ambrose Redmoon

  • Thumbnail I was about to leave the Facebook chat room. “I’m female”. What that fuck! What?! Never though, nor for one second, that Patto Escobar was a female. But the weird thing’s that I didn’t check anything about her (now that I know her gender) in the entire time we’ve been friends on Facebook. So, I did…well […]

  • Thumbnail  Winter is here. But we’re still in Autumn. “Yes, the newspapers were right: snow was general all over Ireland. It was falling on every part of the dark central plain, on the treeless hills, falling softly upon the Bog of Allen and, farther westward, softly falling into the dark mutinous Shannon waves. It was falling, too, […]

  • Thumbnail Well I have a had a fantastic time. i did not do what i had hoped to do in that I only went part way up the via del Plata the reason is that mostly at least it is a track which at times  is very difficult to walk just might be possible to pass […]

  • Tim posted an update 8 years, 3 months ago

    Fear is a gift others give to you. You’re about do something and a voice at your side tells you that “you should not do that as it is too dangerous”. Out of politeness you listen, you pay attention and weigh the words in your mind. You wonder what the danger is and you look at yourself in the mirror and think, this is the person in danger. Is he…[Read more]

  • Tim posted an update 8 years, 4 months ago

    Something strange happens when you get on a bike and ride in Cuba. The wheels go around and the kilometers pass by the sun beats down and you drink warm water from plastic bottles. That is the same. Then you find yourself on a motorway sharing the inside lane with horse-drawn carriages and Rapidly moving stout iron bicycles pushed forward by…[Read more]

  • Thumbnail I feel like I’m lost – I’m standing there looking at the pile of rubbish scattered around my feet and I have absolutely no idea what to do with it. This home improvement learning curve is steep. Now I know what others feel like when they are just starting out on a bike tour. We finally closed on […]

  • anna wrote a new blog post hmmm, costa rica… in the group On the road: 8 years, 5 months ago

    Well, I have tried to like Costa Rica but it’s a small country – as I’m sure I have already mentioned – and most of it is in the hands of Americans, so, the good news is that my bank card has finally arrived at the Liberia Post Office and once I back track, by bus, to pick […]

  • Thumbnail I’ve been having so much fun reading through various bloggers’ 7 Links posts, I’ve had a hard time staying focused to find my own. What’s this about, you ask? It’s about digging back through your blog and finding seven buried posts that deserve to see the light of day again. So – without further ado, I present […]

  • hanna wrote a new blog post Sacred valley tour(ist) in the group On the road: 8 years, 5 months ago

    I am finally in Cuzco, the archeological capital of the continent and a cultural heritage of the world. While cycling into the ancient civilizations of Peru I have also reached a modern infrastructure of tourism. Tourist towns are not the most charming ones, but they are very comfortable and convenient. In the narrow alleyways I find […]

  • Äntligen är jag i Cuzco, kontinentens arkeologicentrum och en av världens kulturarv. Samtidigt som jag har cyklat in i de antika civilisationernas Peru så har jag även nått en infrastruktur för nutidens turister. Turistorter kanske inte är speciellt charmiga, men de är väldigt bekväma och behändiga. I de smala gränderna med kullerstensgator finns det nämligen restauranger […]

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    • Thumbnail This guy, Daniel Orenes , just started his Round the World bicycle trip in southern Spain. He’s coping with a very complicated weather condition but overall he seems OK. It is challenging to me following this event from my comfort zone here in Madrid, excusing myself that winter isn’t the best time to travel. Maybe I’m right […]

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