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From Sweden to France – A Reflection on Winter, Handstands and 2018

Bye Sweden! You’ve been great! And so was 2018 (and there’s still a little more to come!) As I am starting this blog post, I am sitting in the departure lounge of Arlanda Airport in Stockholm, reflecting on the last Read more…


Starting the Winter in Style – Hikes and Handstands at DOCH Stockholm

Welcome to the winter edition of Handstands on the Road! There will be a lot of handstands and quite possibly a lot of snow later on as well as I’ll be in Hetta, Finland as from January 2019. If you Read more…


Night Trains and other Misadventures

Welcome back! I hope you enjoy this post – it was one of the more difficult ones to get out here. I began typing it up in a slightly dodgy upholstery atelier somewhere between old and new Mardin, a town Read more…


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…


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…