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10 Life Lessons You Learn from Cycle Touring

You cannot rush life. In all areas of your life, be it your relationship or your career, you just need to be patient. Which is something that I find incredibly difficult and especially in my very early 20s, I tried … Continue reading

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Costa Rica: The first week

Our final border crossing went just as smooth as all the other ones. We cycled into La Cruz where we spent the first night and were pleasantly surprised by the big portion sizes, the cornershops that you could actually walk … Continue reading

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Volcanos, lagoons and colonial towns: Granada and Masaya

It was a tough cycle from Managua to Masaya, as we had to cycle on the Pan-American, so imagine six lane traffic, heat and hills. We passed the entrance to the Masaya Volcano National Park but decided to keep going … Continue reading

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El Salvador’s surfing beaches: El Zonte, El Tunco and the Last Resort

El Salvador’s name in indigenous language is Cuscatl├ín, which translates to Land of Jewels. And that’s precisely what we found. El Salvador has a somewhat bad reputation for being the most dangerous country outside of war zones, which probably has … Continue reading

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What’s the “big thing”?

As some of you have already asked me, I am (finally) going to tell you what that big thing is that I mentioned in my update. Just to end any suspicions here, nope, I’m not pregnant and I won’t be … Continue reading

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