I wrote the last post about three weeks ago in Albania. The next day of publishing it Manue and Max took his way to Thessaloniki, Clement and I continued near the coast to Egio.
It’s been almost a month since I wrote the last post, and many things have happened since then, more than my own imagination could expect for that time interval. But it is something I begin to get used to, a week of this trip equals more time on my “normal” life, in terms of, Read more
As you know, for more than two weeks ago Manel and I continue this trip separately. I will not talk about that because we have already said enough, and what I want now is to look forward and to feel that motivation to continue this journey, without the discomfort that I had for this, Read more
This week has been a week to remember it, but not by the number of kilometers and cities visited, but by the number of hospitable people we have met along the way. We said goodbye to the family of Manel and Max’s girlfriend and dedicated the day to recharge our batteries for the next, Read more
This was the week of the triplet: We have overcome the month, spent the a thousand kilometers and reached Monaco and Italy. But let’s start telling what happened last week, because we did not have time to tell before. As we told you in the post for Marseille, we had some problems with the, Read more
This week has not been an easy week, rather the opposite, but all problems have solutions, that is something that we learn throughout our lives. The difficulty of the road is not always in the way, sometimes we have in our mind. It is normal in the second week the first longings arise, the, Read more
After a week and two days of departure we have finally found a moment to write on a bit! and also charge batteries 🙂 The second day (as someone already know) we dedicated entirely to improve and open the blog (which like brides did expect). After this unexpected beginning, we started on 11th Tuesday,, Read more
D-Day came. Yesterday we had our bicycles waiting in our garages, splendid with their suitcases full of hopes and dreams… about 50 kilograms of things we do not know if we need! We got on our saddles with no knowledge of how they would work. Surprise was that despite the experience in other trips, Read more