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16 août 2011 2 16 /08 /août /2011 08:16

MALAWI: NORTH - Malawi Nord
Malawi is a nice place for biking! You have great landscape and people are good! We entered the country after rolling down from the tea plantations in Tanzania. The Lake Nyassa was awaiting for us with its beautiful blue waters. But before we had to convince...
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30 juillet 2011 6 30 /07 /juillet /2011 12:55

TANZANIA: ENJOYING CORRUGATED AND DUSTY PISTES / vive la tole ondulee et la poussiere!
Western Tanzania is very rough in terms of pistes and roads, there is hardly a paved road and almost every piste is full of sand, stones and corrugations. However it has been great to bike in this part of the country far from the touristy places and thus...
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30 juillet 2011 6 30 /07 /juillet /2011 12:21

TANZANIA: TANGANYIKA LAKE / Lac Tanganyika
Our route in Tanzania started in the most northwestern part of the country crossing from Burundi. We soon gazed the stark beauty of Lake Tanganyika, the longest lake in the world. After resting some days in Kigoma we decided to take the MV Liemba that...
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20 juillet 2011 3 20 /07 /juillet /2011 09:29

Published in UGANDA - Through Africa and Asia on bicycles
SUNDAY MONITOR (July 2011)
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18 juillet 2011 1 18 /07 /juillet /2011 16:12

BURUNDI: SMALL COUNTRY BUT HUGE WELCOME / petit pays mais GRAND accueil
Burundi has been a great discovery for us! It is so far one of our favourite countries in Africa because of its landscape and most of all beacause of its people. The country is empty of backpackers or other tourists (in contrast to busy Rwanda and Uganda)...
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18 juillet 2011 1 18 /07 /juillet /2011 16:00

RWANDA: 1'000 HILLS / Pays aux mille collines
Rwanda, the country of the 1,000 hills has offered us smooth tarmac roads, not too much traffic and a very clean environment (plastic bags are not allowed in the country and you can find almost everywhere bins to throw the trush). It has been a big surprise...
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10 juillet 2011 7 10 /07 /juillet /2011 17:06

UGANDA: LAGO BUNYONYI / Lac Bunyonyi
Uganda, la perla de África es un país maravilloso donde las verduras y frutas crecen de forma salvaje en cualquier lugar. Todo está verde y hay agua en abundancia, es un país donde muy fácilmente te puedes adaptar a sus gentes, sus tradiciones, comida,...
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4 juillet 2011 1 04 /07 /juillet /2011 13:26

UGANDA: EQUATOR CROSSING / Passage de l'Equateur
Total kilometres cycled in Africa: 7,600km. We are on the way to exit Uganda after crossing the southwestern part of the country along the border to Democratic Republic of Congo. On the last 600km from Kampala to Kabale we have seen a great landscape...
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24 juin 2011 5 24 /06 /juin /2011 07:08

UGANDA: MT ELGON / Mt-Elgon, entree en Uganda
We are in Uganda, finally reached the capital Kampala where Phillip and Julian (http://karamojosafari.com) are hosting us kindly as if we were part of their family. From the Kenyan-Ugandan border till Kampala it has been a nice ride around the hills of...
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21 juin 2011 2 21 /06 /juin /2011 16:00

KENYA: SALUTATIONS LOCALES - Local Greetings!
Voyager a velo offre la bonne vitesse a nos yeux: assez rapide pour couvrir une honorable distance moyenne de 80km/jour et assez lent pour avoir le temps de contempler le paysage, echanger un regard - un sourire avec les locaux, sentir les odeurs, ressentir...
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