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Patagonia

Hello everyone, it’s been a while! Lauri and I finished our long journey already in July 2016. As you may imagine, after traveling for more than two years and three months, there’s a lot of things to do and people to meet when you come home. That’s what happened for me. After settling down for […]

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Japan

I flew from Auckland to Japan quite randomly for a month and it’s a place I’ve always wanted to visit. The passion to get there and see the country probably comes from Studio Ghibli movies. I bought a Japan Rail Pass which allowed me to go around Japan for two weeks. I arrived to Tokyo […]

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New Zealand

After a ”short” break I continued my adventure in New Zealand. I came to the country thinking that it will be a piece of cake and I have to put minimum effort cycling trough this small country. First day tear drop on my cheek in the rain pushing my bicycle steep uphill, hungry and sweaty […]

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It’s been a while

Alright I try to tell you whats happened with me here in Australia and do some warm up with the writing, because my adventure soon continues. So, I flew from Singapore to Gold Coast, Australia after cycling across Eurasian continent. I have to admit that I was pretty tired and just wanted to find job, […]

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Stuart Highway, part 2

It’s been a while since the last time I wrote here. A lot has happened so it’s a high time to write things down before I forget them. I’m writing from Brisbane, Australia where I have been living at the share house and working at the warehouse for three months now. At weekends I have […]

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Stuart Highway, part 1

My flight from Singapore to Darwin landed 5:10AM. I dragged the bike box and panniers out from the airport and started to put together my bike. It was still dark, but the weather was already hot and humid. About 200 nights I stayed in my tent last year was enough to break my tent poles […]

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Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore

Hua Hin is a tourist destination by the sea 200 kilometers south from capital Bangkok. For first time on our trip we were totally surrounded by tourists. During our first day in Hua Hin we met more Finns than together we had seen on our journey. It was quite strange, but not as shocking as […]

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Back to the beach and fast!

We crossed a bridge of friendship, we exchanged riding side to left and Thailand welcomed us with open arms. In the first restaurant we ate heavenly Noodle Soup, and listened to the Cowboy cafe next door and the playlist had Neil Young and CCR. Could not have been better start for the day and for […]

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Vietnam and Laos

In the center of Lao Cai city, in front of a restaurant, on the other side of the road there was a traveller with a camera around his neck, looking at us curiously while we were trying to find a guesthouse. I was going to say hello to him. We don’t see other travellers very […]

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China, part 2

The weather had been rainy and cold for couple of days, but when we left towards Vietnam the rain had luckily stopped. It was nice for us and Chinas suprisingly good roads took us forward in a good paste. Well, to the point when mountains rose in front of us. Even though it didn’t rain […]

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