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... bike was one way to prevent me being unsafe. Years later in 2010, I fell into bicycle advocacy through a grant and since that time I have advocated for the safety of cyclists. But it was not until this trip that I really rode a bike!
On day one, the rust really showed. I hit a classmate, Xao, when we just pulled away from the bicycle rental shop in Copenhagen. In that moment, I regretted even coming ...
... guide told us he lives outside the city, bikes to the train station, and walks to his "city" bike which he uses to go to work. The big problem he said is to remember where you leave your bike-they all look the same. There are even some with a cart on the front to carry up to 4 children. A major reason people use bikes is to avoid the $6 per hour parking fee in the city; that is if you can even find a spot.
We had a walking tour in ...
It didn't take long for me to get to bed after that.
But what started as a grumpy start to this city has ended
with heaps of friends and a fresh outlook. So long as I don't
need to talk to that girl again.
... the lights in my room had blown meaning I couldn't see my way around. However after contacting the reception they came and sorted it out and I eventually went to bed excited about the next day.
Getting up at around lunchtime, Roel had finally arrived and after dropping off the stuff we made our way to the city centre. Having been to Amsterdam numerous times already the holiday was going to be ...
... Obviously so many stunning days. The most enjoyable actual ride though was the day from our campsite near Caleta Tortel, climbing up over a high pass, flying down the other side, to arrive 2 hours early for the ferry and managing to catch the first ferry of the day. The ferry crossing was beautiful as were the next 4 high mountain passes, tough, but beautiful. The final one brought us along side beautiful lakes and glaciers to our nice wild camp spot. Shame about the ...