From Cutie to Spooky

Since our last Wildlife Spotting Blog, it got even better, as we had even Wildlife camping. To the kids delight, we had a lot more wallaby and kangaroo contact, than expected. On one campsite at Potato Point, in the middle of the Eurobodalla National Park, we were surrounded by Wallabies and Kangaroos. They were literally […]

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Kangaroo crossing!

You might believe it or not, but the Cliché that Downunder is full of wildlife is actually true. And this even on the populated East Coast south of Sydney. Thanks to the successful Aussie travel marketing and a dozen Australian animal children books, that we borrowed from our friends in Bali, we were well prepared. On our […]

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Amazing first day in Australia

What a great first day down under. Sydney welcomed us with a soothing scent of Eucalyptus and a brilliant blue sky dotted with shiny white clouds.  While we rode through the beautiful Centennial Park we started chatting with a fellow cyclist. After finding out that Larry was also an avid cycle traveller he invited usfor […]

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Volcanoes, Wind and Women Divers

We had been looking forward to cycle our last two weeks in Korea on its most famous island, Jeju-do. As our ship moved slowly into Jeju harbour our excitement increased with the slowly rising sun. The clear blue morning sky and mild temperatures where a phantastic welcome and nice change from chilling and foggy mornings in mainland Korea. We had however fallen behind on […]

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Tropical Dreamland

Bali, the island of the gods, it sounds almost pathetic and worn but it actually is like heaven for us now. The kids are in a stunningly beautiful Kindergarten while Ragna and I gaze over a cliff at the ocean, as we stretch our cycle hardened muscles in yoga classes. Too good to be true I ask myself… […]

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Fancy a 600 km bicycle highway crossing an entire country?

We have just completed this amazing bicycle journey from Seoul to Busan in South Korea. This incredible bicycle infrastructure offers everything: “bicycle only roads”, even “bicycle only bridges”, “5 lanes roads” (whereas cars only had 2 of them), but also many rural narrow pathways. At regular intervals we encountered bicycle shelters, reststop in traditional Korean pavilion style, fancy modern […]

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