Trans-European Cycle

On April 14, 2014 I set out alone on my bike from the European continent’s southwestern corner in

The route I took to cycle across Europe from its southwestern to its northeastern point.

The route I took to cycle across Europe from its southwestern to its northeastern point.

Lisbon, Portugal. Sixty-one days later I reached Tallinn, Estonia in Europe’s northeastern corner. It took 56 actual cycling days, 43 of which I was totally on my own. I cycled a total of 5630 km.

I’ve now done a small number of grand adventures (by my scale of things). Every time I look back on this particular one, I tell myself, “Nadia, that was quite possibly the best thing you have ever done.” I got to see much of Europe on that trip. More importantly, I was able to take a good look inside myself.

I blogged about my trip on an almost daily basis. If you’re interested in learning more about the experience, you’ll find links to all those posts below. After reading them, GET OFF YOUR BEHIND AND GO ON YOUR OWN ADVENTURE! It’s about time. 🙂

 

 

 

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