Monthly Archives: November 2014

04.11.14  Maison typique Croate (i.e. en construction) - entre Sveti Juraj et Karlobag - Croatie

45 days, already!

45 days on the road, already more than 1/10 of the trip!

After Italy, we crossed a small part of Slovenia, Croatia, a small part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia again and then Montenegro from where we are writing these words. If weather is nice, we’ll be moving towards Albania, leaving sweet adriatic atmosphere to explore Balkan territories.

During those 45 days, we set the logistics of the trip up : locking bags on the bike, stuffs organization (accessibility of most importants things like rain covers, storage of food…) management of dirty or wet clothes, drawing our route, finding a place to sleep next night. The great news is that we had no mechanical problem except two punctures bot normal for such an intensive use. Our Brompton are staying the course!

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Italy, or the awakening of everydayness

In the morning, when we’re finally ready, it’s almost 10 am. I look under the bed, I check that nothing was left plugged and I have a look for the last time in the bathroom. Bikes are unfolded, we fix the backpacks, one strap to the top for stability, one strap at the bottom for accessibility. We put our helmets on and jump on our bikes for this new day. One more time, we are taking the road to this elsewhere.

In the morning, i’m always the first and Caroline, not very far away behind. We follow each other in the noise of the city. We often start the day leaving the city where we slept in. We discover its other side by the light of day.

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