I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list 🌎
Throwback to last month when I ran around Seattle with friends before heading to Alaska. There's something special about the PNW that keeps drawing me back. 🌟
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📜Аs Saint Augustine said : “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.”
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@cici_cyclingaroundtheworld : "March,2017,I started my cycling trip solo from Florida,US. Initially, I didn't know how far I CAN go, but the world is out there, just go and check before it's late.
People Kept warning me that it's dangerous for a woman cycling alone and I was afraid, I remember how nervous I was when I was camping by the church the very first night, every subtle sounds even the bugs crawling could freak me out.That was a sleepess night. But the next morning people from the church greeted me, invited me for snacks & coffee, we prayed and sang songs together, that was a great encouragement for me keeping this trip, and that was not just once, later on I had hundreds of great experiences like that, my heart was melting down time to time by the strangers I met.
I finished my cycling from Florida to Los Angeles, and then cycled 18 European countries, the question coming: should I coutinue Africa?
I know and I was warned millions times: Africa is DIFFERENT and DIFFICULT. But has any woman ever done it before? YES! So can I cycle around Africa alone as well? Why Not?!
I started in Morocco, crossed Sahara for a week in 45℃ and headwinds most times, I just biked from sunrise to sunset, because the heat was torturing once you stop. Everything got extremely hot there, your clothes, skin, fruits & water.
How craving I was for just a sip of cold water! There was a day, a truck driver pulled over, he didn't say anything but handed me COLD and fresh peach and water! It made me tears down. From Morocco to South Africa,10 months,19 Africa countries, the best thing is not landscape, but the people I met, the hospitality I experienced,the prejudice I broke. I had most times camping in the village, dancing and singing with locals;I had many times crossing the primitive jungles, gaven a hand by children;I had been greeting and encouraging everyday when cycling on the road.
The world is only real when you see it. I have done 30000kms on cycle & 5 marathons during this trip, I'm heading to Israel from Mozambique and then South America, Antarctic. This is the dream I never dreamed before, but who knows how much you can do, once you get started, everything is POSSIBLE"
Gotta love a good glass of wine!
Especially from a great vintner.
Photo by @westutravel
"Tain-l'Hermitage is a lovely town along the Rhône, most known for its production of Hermitage wines. The grapes are mostly Syrah, and must be grown in a completely organic manner - no pesticides or fertilizers, and even machines are not allowed to be used so everything is done by hand. You can enjoy a tasting in the town, or for a more active adventure hike up to the top of the vineyards!
📍Tain-l'Hermitage, France as part of a river cruise with @uniworldcruises"
Location :Spitzkoppe, Namibia
Prices in Namibia are:
Bus 🚌: $ 0.5per ride
McDonald's 🍔:$4. 5
Beer (1/3 l) 🍻: $1.56
3 ⭐ hotel avg p.night: $15
Restaurant, full meal 🥘: $6.46
Namibia's deserts are so fascinating that another attraction deserves mention in this list.
The Spitzkoppe is a grouping of granite peaks in Namibia's Namib Desert, with the highest peak hitting nearly 1,800 meters (about 5,900 feet). This place is heaven for climbers, geologists, stargazers and watchers of weaver birds.
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