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Bikepacken van Tongeren naar Modena

In augustus 2020 heb ik in een opwelling snel een route samengesteld, Bikepacken van Tongeren naar Modena. Het doel was om een Filipijnse mountainbiker te ontmoeten die in Modena woont. Een neef van mijn vriend Lobo, die ontmoette ik tijdens het fietsen in de Filippijnen. de eindbestemming was uiteindelijk Bologna. Dit omdat ik met de bus naar huis wilde en in Modena geen fiets-bus kon boeken. Bus geboekt en klaar om te vertrekken, met een deadline van 14 dagen. Genoeg tijd!

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Uitzich nabij Mnt. Data

Amazing Philippines Bikepacking – The Beautiful views in Baguias

After arriving in Baguio, we headed to Baguias, where we would start our bikepacking adventure of 4 days. The first day was amazing for me. The region was very nice to bike, and the views where amazing. I also met someone who would become one of my best friends. Early in the morning we passed by the 2nd highest point of the Philippine highway system. Here we paused to look at the wonderful panorama and eat balut … but I passed for it once I seen it. Balut is a delicacy in the Philippines. Everyone loves it, except for the average foreigner, who are disgusted by the look and will have difficulties to even think of tasting it. Balut is a boiled egg, but with this difference that the inside of the shell doesn’t house what you expect in a regular egg. It holds a embryo duck. If you’ve been

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second highest point of the Philippine highway

Amazing Philippines Bikepacking adventure 2020 – Arrival in Metro Manila

This February and march I’ve been on a two month bikepacking vacation to the Philippines. It was a first for me on many accounts; My first vacation outside of Europe, my first time in a plane, my first vacation without a car or motorcycle to bring me everywhere I desire. And it was also my first real bikepacking, except for some small trips in my home environment. Preparation It was difficult to find good information on how and where to go bikepacking in the Philippines. So I joined a bikepacking group on Facebook to get some information. On this group everyone was pointing me in the direction of one guy, Dru. Dru had an YouTube channel about bikepacking and was going to organize an 4-days bikepacking in the Mountain Province. He immediately invited me to join in on this trip, so there it was, my first plans for the adventure.

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