Tandem to Africa, continuation
7500kms took us from Germany to Mauritania.
We returned from Africa but the journey continues.
This time, I start the ride on the tandem alone from the middle of Germany, leaving an open seat for people to join along the way. Destinations: Austria, north Italy, is Iran (but not the end). No time limit, I’ll be taking work opportunities, volunteering, as well as parking the bike and hiking in the mountains/getting lost out in nature, I will flow my way there. Elena remains in Germany, she is working towards what she loves. How often we see each other is a mystery.
On Instagram people can follow the progress if they wish and slowly but surely our website will be running, where those interested and with the attention spam longer than a double click will be able to dive deeper into this life of ours. We do what we love and choose to share this with you. Just like everything in life social media comes with its lessons. I’ve learnt how to make money using my tattoos by advertising others products (that’s something I want to stay away from now), we have been on the back end of keyboard warriors but have also made many great connections and recived pleaty of good information.
We live in the age of information!
However, it’s hard to differentiate between what’s real and what’s not. The internet is an easy place to get lost in and get discouraged about the world’s situation.
I share my experiences on here with honesty and will continue to do so. Don’t belive what I say, figure it out for yourself. This is why I choose to be on the road, exploring this planet and the people, to learn first hand; the struggle, the joy, the nature, the culture, the constant adaptation.
I feel so alive! There is so much beauty in the world.
With about 400€ a month (sometimes less, sometimes more) I can be out there full time. That includes nutrition, accommodation when needed, visas, internet costs and everything else that will pop up. Money is a sensitive topic. I don’t expect anything from this post, if you donate or not. Just simply sharing some water if you see me on the road, a couch, some space in the garden for the tent, a connection or tips to help me on the journey, I am grateful for it all.
‘Happy with nothing, happy with everything’.
Recently I’ve upgraded a lot of the gear and will now be able to explore in harsher conditions.
I am 100 percent all in and have been.
The consistency of my posting will depend on different factors. Wether I’m in the mountains hiking or just need my space from all the input that comes with being on social media.
I stopped speaking in the Sahara desert over 6 months ago and will continue the traveling without speaking.
On the road.