I had many adventures along the way...

GOODBYE FOR NOW!!!

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Hi everyone! This is the last post for my website and the 2wherever trip! This post is about thanksgiving and a summary for a great trip on a bike! I would like to thank the following sponsors: SPONSORS REASON Bajaj Spare parts, training, technical help Libertad Design of my website…

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(:Back in Africa:)

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Hi there! Last minutes in Istanbul, Turkey I am very glad to inform you that I am back in my beloved home country, the Republic of South Africa. It is so good to be back after 10 months and 6 days! This is how it happened: last week Monday I…

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Pretoria to Istanbul, 42 000km!

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……JOURNEY COMPLETED!…….. After 10 months and 6 days travelling over 42 000km in 19 countries, 2Weherver has come to a halt for now. Amandla and I saw 3 continents including Africa, Asia and Europe. I am glad to inform you that after 35 000km Amandla (my bike) is still in…

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I MADE IT!!!!

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Just a short note to let everyone that I made it. All the stories will be told in full detail in the next blog! Today I am joining the motorbike club for some adventure riding in the woods 35km from Istanbul.

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The Meditteranean coast,Turkey

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For those of you who really seek for a biking adventure you should consider the road all along the Mediterranean coast. Wıth step curves and bends as well as beautiful scenery ıt ıs a bikers dream! I looked at a Google ımage of Turkey before I started and learned that…

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***Cyprus***

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The Turkish republic of Northern Cyprus was a very good and expensive experience! Leavıng the Turkısh Port at Tasucu I arrived at 8:00pm at the port and they only started with the custom and ımmıgratıon regulations at about 11:00pm. It was running to several desks and offices to get all…

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Turk…Turk..Turkısh!!!

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  Hı there! I’m now at the most northern point I have ever been ın my lıfe, Turkey! The 50km to the Turkey border was cold but had beautiful plantations and dams on each side. Some of the high mountains were covered with snow and just then I knew there…

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Lost in the Syrian Desert

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Hope the 1st 5 days of the New Year has been great! Can you believe it, in about 360 days it’s 2012!! After 60km of riding in a western direction to the Euphrates River I had to stop…I could not feel my fingers any more as they were almost frozen…ha…

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Syrian Arab Republic

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Syria Hi there! Can you believe it, there is only 2 days left of 2010! It’s grey and rainy in Damascus today so m plans to go and visit the old city is postponed. Before I entered Syria I knew very little about the country and I’m sure that not…

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Merry Christmas!!!

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A Merry Christmas to all of you!!! Hope the good news and Joy of the Lord made you glad today! If it was not for the birth of Christ,Saviour of the World, we would have been lost forever! All the families joining today, enjoy the time together and be blessed!!…

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*** 30 000km***

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*** 30 000km*** Whooha, I have accomplished my 30 000km benchmark that I set for myself prior to the start of this trip. Amandla, congratulations, you have proven yourself and have shown that you are a Africa worthy bike. Where are those who said I would not even make it…

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Nevell deported to Israel

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Today, after 4 long days at Jordanian customs Nevell finally got his bike. The only option he had from the Jordanian customs was that they had to deport him to the Israely border 10km from Aqaba. He had to hire a cutoms official for 40Euros to deport him. He was…

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A MAJOR CATASTROPHY…

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{Please check the 3 latest posts after this one} When we woke up this morning the wind was blowing quite strong over the most northern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba. I watched movies because it was unpleasant outside. When I came back to our room Nevell woke up aftern…

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Egypt to Jordan, the Middle East

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Shark attacks in Sharm El Sheik, Red Sea, Egypt   Three Russian snorkelers and one Ukrainian were attacked in the last week in the waters of one of Egypt’s favorite holiday destinations. A German lady was killed by a shark in the same time frame and therefore the authorities have…

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AFRICA in RETORSPECT

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Hallo everyone, it’s my 1st time in the Middle East, Yahoooo!!! I can’t believe I’m done with Africa after 8 and half months! In fact, I have only done the east of Africa. To do the whole continent of Africa I think one would need about 2 or 3 years!…

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Sinai, Egypt

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Sinai is a very important and historical place in Egypt. Geographically it is part of the Middle East but politically it is still part of Egypt and Africa, although this is debatable this is how I see it. Moses and the Israelites through Sinai, Egypt I’m shortly going to explain…

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Aswan to Luxor

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My time in the lovely town of Aswan was finished and before I knew it I was on a Felluca sailing down the longest river in the world again. I joined two other people from Canada and met the 2 Egyptian captains. I was served with a basic lunch when…

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Aswan, southern Egypt

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    I’m flying all over Egypt now. I flew north to Cairo from Khartoum,Sudan, and yesterday I flew south again to Aswan. The air tickets are quite cheap and I need a break from traveling overland.   I am in Aswan now, home to the big Aswan dam that…

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Egypt Information

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Area: 997 739 sq km  (Sudan is 2.5 million sq km) Capital: Cairo Language: Arabic Money: Egyptian Pound: 1 Egyptian Pound = R1.2 (ZAR) Official name: Arab Republic of Egypt Population: 81.7 million Highlights to visit in Egypt: Egyptian museum  Pyramids Nile valley in Aswan as well as Aswan dam….

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1800km in 4 days

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  The year is coming to an end now and this is the 1st thing all people back home are telling me! I’m sure all of you really look forward to the December holiday! I’m currently at the Red Sea at Sudan’s only international harbor, Port Sudan. It’s very humid…

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