Cycling, A Taste of Freedom...

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Cycling, A Taste of Freedom...

Postby LaetitiaOnAbike » Fri Jun 21, 2013 12:16 pm

G'day mates !

As I explain in my presentation,
I travel around Australia on a bicycle, starting with the exploration of Australian centre.
I then discovers a new passion.
Knowing that I still have a year in Australia I plan to continue my journey to around Australia.
I planned to spend a year in New Zealand, and I think continue like this.
I change completely my way of traveling.
I also think one day, try to travel on a Tandem! Although recess, with the right person

I leave you my blog: http://trekonabicycle.blogspot.com.au/

If you have tips or questions, don't hesitate

Cheers: D
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Re: Cycling, A Taste of Freedom...

Postby maxknott » Sat Jun 22, 2013 11:29 am

welcome, i hope you have a fantastic time in australia :-)
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Re: Cycling, A Taste of Freedom...

Postby Pax » Sat Jun 22, 2013 12:45 pm

Great to read about your trip! Hope you have a fantastic time and some better sleeping!!
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Re: Cycling, A Taste of Freedom...

Postby elStado » Thu Jun 27, 2013 12:41 am

LaetitiaOnAbike wrote:G'day mates !

As I explain in my presentation,
I travel around Australia on a bicycle, starting with the exploration of Australian centre.
I then discovers a new passion.
Knowing that I still have a year in Australia I plan to continue my journey to around Australia.
I planned to spend a year in New Zealand, and I think continue like this.
I change completely my way of traveling.
I also think one day, try to travel on a Tandem! Although recess, with the right person

I leave you my blog: http://trekonabicycle.blogspot.com.au/

If you have tips or questions, don't hesitate

Cheers: D


What's the new passion?

Please be safe and smart. I see that you are careful about what offers you accept, this is good. 99.9% of people in country areas are honest, trustworthy and kind-hearted people. However there is always that 0.01% of people that you need to be careful of, especially when people are drunk or on other drugs.
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