To Delhi and Out

“Her secret of success is that she did it all with passion.”

After a year between India and Nepal I couldn’t be more excited to start the rest of this trip in Europe. Though the culture may not be so “crazy” or different than my own in many parts, I have come to realize that what I am really in search of are good people and beautiful mountains. Though I know nearly nothing about Georgia or Armenia, from what others have told me, these countries will provide a wonderful starting point for our gigantic European tour (yes, our plans have indeed changed again). Kevin and I plan to continue on through Turkey (where my brother and best friend will join us for a few weeks during Christmas) and Eastern Europe before heading up to Finland and, after crossing the arctic circle, make our way down Norway. After heading back down through Denmark we plan to traverse the Alps and Italy, eventually ending our two year European tour in Spain and Portugal as well as Morocco (yes yes, I know it’s part of Africa not Europe) for as many months as we please. Sounds fun, right?!

Bussing from Manali to Delhi in order to find a bike box (while trying to survive in the 45C extremely humid chaos of the capital) definitely made me miss the Himalayas but also made me very happy that today’s the day I’m flying out. Though I have already been gone for one year I feel as if I’m starting a whole new adventure. See you all in Georgia!

13 thoughts on “To Delhi and Out

  1. Happy travels! Also, Finland!!!! Sorry, but I’m a bit obsessed with this country. I’ll be there in September for the seventh time. So please, if you have any questions at all about Finland, let me know. I’d be happy to provide tips. One of my best friends lives there with her boyfriend and they’re actually both into biking so I’m sure they could give some advice, if wanted. 🙂

  2. Here is a Finnish reader of yours ready to give you a hand as well if you need anything or have any questions. Love your blog, all the best to you!

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