As much as India infuriates me, there’s no denying the country lives up to its catchy marketing slogan: Incredible !ndia. Where else on earth can you find elephants loping down the highway? Nobody (except for silly foreign tourists) bats an eye. This is NORMAL. Of course you share the roads with elephants. And sacred cows, [...]
As much as India infuriates me, there’s no denying the country lives up to its ...
India. Chaos and confusion, filth and frustration diluted by a dash of unbelievable beauty. ...
There he was again. His bright red Adidas baseball cap giving him away. It was ...
Approaching voices in the distance sent a shudder up my spine. Eric and I ...
Eric normally hammers out our routes. I trust him, most of the time. We both ...
The blog’s been quiet for the past few months. Many of you have wondered what’s ...
After the austere beauty of the Tibetan Plateau, we thought the rest of China might ...
I don’t suppose many people get the chance to celebrate a birthday at 4,487 meters. ...
All was well. We’d solved the headset crisis. Some big mountains and amazing landscapes lay ...
Whoosh, whoosh, whoosh all the way down the mountain for 15 odd kilometers. Ok ...
India. Chaos and confusion, filth and frustration diluted by a dash of unbelievable beauty. There exists no country on earth so thoroughly maddening, yet so undeniably captivating. All told, we’ve travelled to India on six separate occasions. As wide-eyed backpackers we bounced around the country in the late 90’s. In the early 2000’s we [...]
There he was again. His bright red Adidas baseball cap giving him away. It was an unfortunate choice in attire for a third-rate spy. Trailing two slow moving cyclists must grow tiresome. Especially when said cyclists stop frequently to snap photos, dash behind a tree to attend to nature’s call or just pull off on [...]
Approaching voices in the distance sent a shudder up my spine. Eric and I fell into an immediate silence. It was our first night in Myanmar. We were wild camping. And suddenly we weren’t alone. Finding a suitable spot to pitch the tent hadn’t been easy. Small settlements of bamboo huts and simple dwellings [...]
Eric normally hammers out our routes. I trust him, most of the time. We both like big mountains and empty spaces. Neither of us are big city people and we’re fairly indifferent towards most major tourist meccas. After China, I was up for some easy cycling. Scenic Highway 13, with all its facilities catering towards [...]
The blog’s been quiet for the past few months. Many of you have wondered what’s up. Well, we haven’t tossed in the towel, if that’s what you’re thinking. And no, we haven’t been lounging on some Thai beach attempting to recover from the rigors of China. And if you’re imagining 8+ years on the road [...]
After the austere beauty of the Tibetan Plateau, we thought the rest of China might turn into a big disappointment. Not in the least. Alright, the first few days out of Chengdu were a blur of smoke belching factories and a succession of grubby provincial towns filled with locals hacking and spitting as they went [...]
I don’t suppose many people get the chance to celebrate a birthday at 4,487 meters. That’s how Eric began his 47th year, on the top of Balang Shan Pass in China’s Sichuan Province. We hadn’t planned to celebrate his big day way up in the clouds. Like so much of our bike tour, things just [...]
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Welcome to World Biking! We're Amaya and Eric, two ordinary people who gave up regular lives to become bicycle nomads and cycle around the world. Since 2006, our two-wheeled journey has taken us 149,000 kilometers through 96 countries on 6 continents.
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- Burkina Faso
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- Europe: 2009 return
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- Sierra Leone
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- South Africa-Part 1
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