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I am a traveling paramedic from the canton of St. Gall in beautiful Switzerland. Look at where I was and let yourself be inspired.
Living in: St. Gallen, Schweiz
  • Day25

    Little Information

    September 26 in Austria

    Just as information:

    This is the Mitas E-07 + Dakar.

    It now ran exactly 9184 Kilometer ( 5706 miles) and there is still some rest! I really love this tyre. Just on wet pavement it could be better but for 100-150€ a pair you got an amazing tyre!

    50% offroad / 50% onroad by mitas
    I did 30% offroad and 70% onroadRead more

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  • Day25

    Vienna and some bad news

    September 26 in Austria

    I arrived in Vienna. A huuuge city. Here living around 1.84 Million People ^^

    Bad News:
    Because of some private reasons I have to end my trip a bit earlier then expected. It was to plan to ride to croatia - like eastern sea to middle sea. But I‘m not able to do it.. So I‘ll leave to switzerland now. You hear of me my last post end of this week.Read more

  • Day23

    Prague

    September 24 in Czech Republic

    After a really rainy day (got absolutely wet, inside were dry thanks my Klim Badlands) we visited the Elbish Sandstone Mountains and I continued to Prague. A great city!! Met some really nice couchsurfers there and the people are so nice! I was allowed to park my Africa Twin inside of the hostel (tight but works) :D

    Found my tyres really cheap and decided to buy front and rear tyre :) Mitas E-07/E-07+ Dakar.
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  • Day22

    Eastern Germany

    September 23 in Germany

    Hello! I drive through East Germany on the way to the Czech Republic. I visited her at Rakotzbrücke, got stuck in the dirt and got wet .. a little bit. After a cool evening in Berlin at the Wampen, I drove with a friend further south towards Rakotzbrücke. This bridge was built from 1863 to 1882 and spans the Rakotzsee. Unfortunately, the bridge and the drum is being renovated so the atmosphere was not very nice. Maybe it was also due to the heavy rain: D When we wanted to leave the parking lot at the Rakotzbrücke I turned my Africa Twin and came a bit to the edge. I thought "No problem getting out of this". Well it did not work. I had to unload the machine, overturn and set it up again. In the evening we reached friends and came there dry and warm. Totally wet! Continue to Prague!Read more

  • Day20

    Lithuana and Poland

    September 21 in Lithuania

    Unfortunately, I hadn‘t that much time to compare Lithuania with the other Baltic countries Estonia and Latvia. But Lithuania seems like that it‘s more similar to Poland than for example Estonia and Latvia with Russia. I Visited the Hill of Crosses in Lithuania. Nobody knows how much Cruzifix are there, but it seems like there are more than 20‘000 of them!!!
    I‘m not into religion, but it‘s a fantastic location you have to visit!

    I crossed the border of Lithuania and Poland at the „Three Country Corner“ with Kaliningrad which is part of Russia. It‘s sad that we have such guarded borders in Europe. Officially it is forbidden to take pictures of Russian soil. Did it anyway and then I drove away quickly.

    In the evening I reached Poland, and the gone headquarter of Adolf Hitler „Wolfsschanze.“ It‘s on the one hand very impressively and on the other hand very depressive if you know how much pain was planned and executed from this place.

    So I have to reach Berlin on Saturday evening! See you :)
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  • Day19

    Riga

    September 20 in Latvia

    Riga was a beautiful. Meet some friends here I didn‘t saw for a long time. The town is indeed the Paris of the north with its old city and the fantastic atmosphere. And it‘s soo cheap. For a taxi, I pay in Switzerland about 20 bucks you pay here 4€ 😂👌

    Tomorrow I go to Lithuania. Have to make a lot of kilometers to reach Berlin on Saturday evening. :/Read more

  • Day16

    Helsinki!

    September 17 in Finland

    Not planned! But how do you say "No plan is a good plan." Last week I decided to make a day trip to the city of Helsinki. So I was even in Finland. After a very short but funny night in Tallinn, I drove to Helsinki this morning with the 6 o'clock ferry and of course was promptly greeted by Finnish weather. Rain. After the city overflowed at about 9 o'clock, I'm driving out of the city for a coffee and a modest breakfast. So I drank a Coke in "Vaanta" and dried myself and warmed up. Now that some hours have passed and the rain has stopped I will explore the city for a while! We'll talk later. :-)

    PS: Seems like the Finnish people aren‘t energetic early in the morning. All over the ferry people laid on the ground and were sleeping!
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