Germany

Cycling through Germany - part 3

Jan
22

This is a Nomad number 3. I am recording this voice in Germany. I am in my tent now.  It is 7 o’clock in the morning. It is quite early because sun is going to rise about 8:15.

I want to tell about lase few days. What I’ve done in my journey.
The last week when I was in camping, I recorded my voice and the next day Ihad to cycle about 70kms to Nuremberg where I was going to meet Ushi and Hands. It was a very easy day. I didn’t have much wind. The road was quite flat and I was going to make it before afternoon. So I had pushed myself and in 4 hours I cycled 70kms. It was a very good for me for losing my weight.

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Cycling through Germany - part 2

Jan
08

This is my second part of journal from Germany. 
I was cycling through some cold and snowy weather, camping in snow and enjoying beautiful scenery all around myself. 
It was great to see snow again and be able to see a different picturs of nature.  

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Cycling through Germany - part 1

Jan
08

I came back to Germany by ferry from Sweden. 
After staying few days with a friend in Hamburg and visiting another friend in Bilefield I began to cycle across Germany.
Here I began to upload podcast instead of writing text as I am a bit lazy to sit and write.  

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Cycling from Bielefeld to Berlin

Oct
30

I had 400km to ride to Berlin from Bielefeld. Not a challenging road which I could see on the map it should be almost flat all the way to Berlin.
I was planning to make it in 3 days which was quite hard in those short days but after I could just 110km in the first day I changed my mind and I became to the idea of doing it in 4 days.
I was planning to cycle to after Hanover but I couldn’t. it was quite hard to cycle in German roads as I had to follow all the time cycling paths. Of course it is absolutely safe and nice but for me who is not very familiar with roads and rules in Germany was quite hard as well as the cycling paths were going through the cities while the main road just skirts the city and they are much shorter.

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Cycling to Bielefeld

Oct
27

I was in Aachen and I was planning to go to Bielefeld but not through Cologne. Just a day before I left Aachen I received an email from Ladan who is one of my friends from home.  She wrote me that she will be in Cologne on October 15 which was the nest day!!! So my next destination was already decided.
But I was going to stay in Cologne for 2 days and I needed a host or someone who put me up for 2-3 nights. So I just wrote some requests to some warmshower members and I mentioned which I need a place to stay for tomorrow night which was a very late request. Anyway I just got several answers in 2 hours and 2 positive responses and also another one wrote which she is not able to host but in any case if I couldn’t find a place I can stay in her camper van.
I was confused that with which one I could stay as I had no idea about them just a few lines in their profile.
I was talking to Moses and I asked him “ hey Moses, Peter or Britta?

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I am in Ultricht now, in Netherlands. this is the last station in my journey this time and will fly out to Iran quite soon. 
It has been only less than 3 months but quite fruitfull journey and I got so many nice feedbbacks for the association. Today I met an Iranian who makes bicycle in Netherlands and it was very nice to see him making really nice bikes. Also another surprise was meeting Arjen ( my Dutch friend ) after 10 years, since we met in Nepal while I was trekking  to Annapurna BC .