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From the Iron Gates into Bulgaria – How far can we go?

The last part of the summer bike trip – We are running out of time, but the best days are yet to come… 18th of August 2018 – Vinci to Tekija, ca 100km It is the heat of the sun Read more…


Belgrade to Golubac – Like the River Flows

“I would love to live like a river flows, carried by the surprise of its own unfolding.” – John O’Donohue One of my favourite quotes is certainly true for thıs unexpected, hardly at all planned, bike trip, for this entire Read more…


Subotica to Belgrade – Sunflowers after Pain

Here’s part two of the cycling trip for you. I am still slightly behind on the blogging but there are just certain things higher up on the priority list when on the road, such as being and staying fully alive Read more…


Szentendre to Subotica – Of ice cream, borders and growing pains

Hı folks, fırst a lıttle dısclaımer regardıng the tımıng and locatıon of thıs post: As you can see from the lack of dots on my ı’s, I am wrıtıng to you on a Turkısh keyboard (ıt took me quıte some Read more…


Life Sign I – Budapest/Szentendre

Hey, beautiful people who are following my journey, here we go! Time has passed so quickly since I hopped onto an early morning train at St. Pancras International, London, last Sunday, and became a turtle once again. For a time Read more…


A Story that hasn’t yet happened…

…she goes by the name of Anticipation: The fleeting time between planning and departing, in which anything seems possible, albeit slightly surreal. My heart is full to the brim, boiling over from time to time, with the sheer excitement of Read more…


Hands on the ground, feet in the clouds, heart on my sleeve – Nomadways pt II

It was one of those trips that leave you buzzing for a while after; that leave you wanting more when you already received so much more than you could have possibly bargained for; that, for some time, leave you feeling Read more…


Tales of modern nomads, rural communities and creative miracles

Quite recently, I was lucky enough to be accepted as one of the first residents of the outstanding, miraculous and extremely beautiful space that is Homade by Nomadways. For those of you not familiar with Nomadways, you can find out Read more…


Camino Portugues Part V

Last time, I remember leaving you, lovely readers, at this rather ambiguous road crossing, at this battlefield of waymarks where I decided to follow the arrows pointing to the left, away from the grey streets leading into town and along Read more…


Camino Portugues Part IV

Moving on from the incredible place that is the O Ninho in Rubiães, I was back on the road and walking ever closer to Santiago. With only around 90 miles left to my chosen end point, the thought of the Read more…