Leonie, auteur op Amsterdam to Anywhere - motorcycle trip around the world


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Our first article in a Dutch Motorcycle Magazine

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We are super proud that our first article has now been published in the Motoplus, a Dutch motorcycle magazine. It covers our travels through Libya. Very cool with nice big pictures!

New adventures!

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We have been back in the Netherlands for six months now and are doing well. We cannot say we are completely settled in yet, but we are getting there. The website has been quiet, but in the background there is a lot of activity. We have plunged into new adventures we would love to share with you: 5x Motoplus – Book – Presentations – 5 x MotoPlus The next few months a serie of five articles will be published …

At the Dutch Motorcycle Fair

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This week-end one of our bikes is showed by Honda at the annual Dutch Motorcycle fair. Leonie’s bike with all the luggage is shown at the main stage. The fair is from 23 to 26 February in Utrecht and we will be there the whole week-end. Maybe we see you there. If you want to be sure to meet us, send us an e-mail or send a whats’app message to 00316 11 499 455. See you, Peter en Leonie

Piranha fishing in Bolivia

| Leonie | Bolivia, ZUID-AMERIKA | 8 Reacties (Comments)

While we make the final preparations, our hostess pushes open the gate. Helmet, gloves, sunglasses, we are ready to go. We start the bikes, wave goodbye and join the busy traffic of Santa Cruz de la Sierra. It feels great to be back on the road again after our stay in the city. We open the throttle and head to northern Bolivia, to the Amazon Rainforest!

The magical Spanish

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Once we leave Uyuni, the road winds up through multiple hairpin bends. We ride away from the salt flats and ride into the mountains. A new asphalt road brings us in no time in Potosi, our destination for the day, where we arrive around lunchtime. The town lies at the foot of the ’Cerro de Potosi’, which is also called ’the rich mountain’ because of the silver that is found here. The Spaniards were the first who took out the …

Lost on the ‘Salar’

| Leonie | Bolivia, ZUID-AMERIKA | 8 Reacties (Comments)

We reach Uyuni in the afternoon and park our bikes at Hostel Merith. We’re back in civilization and also back in a tourist hub. Uyuni is the northern starting point for the Lagunas route and the best place for visiting the “Salar de Uyuni”, the second largest salt flat in the world. With ​​over 10,500 square kilometers, the Salar is 100 times larger than the Bonneville Salt Flats in the US. From Uyuni you can make a multi-day trip across …