During 6 months I had a closer look at the differences between life off the road, after being on it for 5 years continuously. Deciding to live life differently has ever lasting consequence (photo’s of Yemen and Afghanistan added).
Heike made a post where she asks 4 other experienced solo female cyclists about wild camping. Since we are lone women, many people think this is extra dangerous. But the […]
It took me some time, though I noticed I viewed cycling as something I could do for the rest of my life, but it has now come to an abrupt halt.
Well-known German world cyclist Heike Pushbikegirl asked me to participate in a post about tricks to make life living on the road easier. Although daily life is full with tricks and […]
Having cycled further South meant having battled the cold rain for over a month, sat in a tiny capsuled wet tent, tried to keep warm, deprived of camp fires, stuck in my own customs.
The bottomline of cycling in wintry conditions is much about staying warm, ending the day in a soothing manner and balancing cold and hardship with a counterpart. Am I willing to replace my need for solitude with coming closer to locals and gaucho’s?
A short update of my own with a drone video of someone I met on the road. This is how you never saw Paraguay.
Review about one of the most important items of a rested life while living outdoors.
Having cycled thousands of kilometers in dull environment I’d set my final destination to Filadelfia. Here I want to rest and work at a Mennonite farm. And this is what I do.
You know that feeling; when everything falls together, in the right proportions, on the correct timings, in quantities nicely chopped to swallow it whole but preferring to chew, chew, and chew on. Perhaps a tiny thing is sometimes bothering, if only the thought that I make way too many photo’s!