06. May 2020 · 1 comment · Categories: Cycling.
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Cycling holiday

Cycling holiday is the way to go in 2020.

With the Covid-19 pandemic putting a temporary halt to most passenger plane traffic, this upcoming summer calls for a holiday that does not require flying. and a cycling holiday is in many ways the best way to travel right now.

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Bud Lewis, Carlsbad.

My certificate of recognition, from the mayor of Carlsbad.

I actually have it on paper that I’m an American hero. Signed by the mayor of Carlsbad, California. I don’t think it’s really deserved though. But it’s a nice little memory from my first trip to California 17 years ago.

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I cycled from Copenhagen to Tirana and Tbilisi.

Back in 2004, I spend 4 months cycling 6800 kilometers from Denmark to Tbilisi. My goal was to watch a couple of world cup qualifying football games between Denmark and Georgia. With a pitstop in Tirana on the way, to watch Denmark vs Albania.

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12. April 2020 · 3 comments · Categories: Vietnam
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Mai Chau.

Mai Chau.

Mai Chau is one of those places, where you tend to spend a few more days than planned. Simply cause it has the good combination of being very pretty, friendly and laid back.

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Kazimierz Kwiatkowski

The monument dedicated Kazimierz Kwiatkowski.

If you visit Hot An in Vietnam, then you might notice a monument in Thran Phu street of a guy called Kazimierz Kwiatkowski. I passed it myself several times. And then I decided to look in to who this guy was. And why they erected a monument of him, right in the old part of How An.

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