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We’ve spent 4 months on the road. We ride an average of 40-50 miles almost every day; set up camp at night and tear it back down in the morning.   [singlepic id=2009 w=620 h=540 float=center]
Day 129/130 ( 15/16 July 2013) - The weather has been very hot the last few weeks. Temperatures in the mid 30s Celsius are the norm lately. This makes shopping for food a little more challenging…since nobody likes food poisoning! We also try to get an early start in the
Day 122 - 126  (8/12 July 2013) - We are enjoying some easy riding along the Euro Velo 1 for several days now. The path takes us mostly through a pine forest along the Atlantic coast, which
Day 120/121 (6/7 July 2013) - The next morning we wake up refreshed and ready to head north along the coast of France. Luckily for us, all we have to do is follow the “Euro Velo 1” path right outside the campsite to get us there. This cycling path leads all the way to northern France, where a Ferry connects it to the same named cycling path in the UK and Ireland.
Day 117 - 119 (3/5 July 2013) - Feeling tired, exhausted, accomplished, and a little overwhelmed by the experiences over the last two weeks we found our way to a campsite on the outskirts of Santiago.