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First impressions are said to be the most important and also the easiest to collect. Later, when a person gets used to the environment around him, it is not easy to recognize what it was like in the beginning.continue reading
We're heading into the desert. Camel paws are wading through the boiling sand and we are swinging on their humps 🐫. We are about to experience one of the most epic sunsets, a Bedouin musical performance and an overnight stay in the desert where the stars shine like nowhere else.continue reading
Finally we are at the Sahara, just outside the wall of our accommodation there is only the desert with no end in sight and camels parked next to palm trees. The trip to the desert can begin, but before that, a story about how I got to drive a motorbike.continue reading
In the following stories, you will find a described journey on a motorcycle from Prague to the south of Spain, from where I moved to Morocco. The journey to the south of Spain started on April 16, 2019 in Prague and took almost 3 weeks.
If you are only interested in Morocco itself, scroll a little higher.
Dangerous Bogota, the drug kingpin whose name is unpronounceable,
jungle coffee plantations and toucans.
Cartagena is a historic and very popular city with tourists and travellers alike. This brings with it a lot of positives and negatives and a lot depends on what part of the city you are... and I wasn't exactly in the right one.continue reading
From the south to the north of Cuba. Tobacco plantations, old carts, piñacoladas, scam artists and ficulas.
Arriving in Cuba and an Italian mass murderer as a benefactor Now that I think back in my mind what kind of cars drive in Cuba, I am surprised by the successful transfer from the Dominican Republic to Cuba by a plane of Cuban...continue reading
Trinidad Magnet for tourists, God knows why... A beautiful January day, perfect for sweating your soul out on the bus. But this time we're opting for the night tour and saving on accommodation. Most travellers from Santiago de Cuba...continue reading
Cienfuegos is on our way, it appears in a couple of guidebooks so we have no reason not to stop here for one night. After much anticipation from Trinidad, we arrive in Cienfuegos with absolutely no expectations and that always pays off.continue reading
First time out of Europe and straight into the lion’s den. Shotguns, waterfalls, straws, horses and Christopher Columbus…
The dull sound of the plane landing confirmed that the pilot was a seasoned professional and had not forgotten to pull the landing gear. Surviving for 12 hours in the bowels of hundreds of tons of steel? Done! But what's next for us once we arrive in the Dominican Republic?...continue reading
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