From KL to Porto – The Great Wall of China, West through Xinjiang to Kazakhstan

And here I am again, walking on the motorway to Zhengzhou toll, middle of China. I want to find a ride to Beijing. Police ignores me, I see some locals following my steps. A car stops and Liu gives me a lift to the service station. I am starving. A restaurant at the station is … Continue reading From KL to Porto – The Great Wall of China, West through Xinjiang to Kazakhstan

Hitchhiking \ travel tips

Tip 001 LifeStraw This is when I recommend this amazing water filter. It can clean up to 1000 litres of water taking care of all biological hazard. You can use it to drink water from lakes and rivers as long as there is no chemical in it. You can purchase in online or find in … Continue reading Hitchhiking \ travel tips

Hitching to Perth – Day 26-28 Perth / Finale

A single ride from Bunbury. I was lucky again. My driver took me straight to Fremantle, part of the Perth metropolitan area. It was early morning. I decided to sightsee the harbor, Kings Park and Botanic Garden before meeting Murray, my couchsurfing host in Perth. I spent a couple of hours exploring the harbor and … Continue reading Hitching to Perth – Day 26-28 Perth / Finale

Hitching to Perth Part 7 – Bluff Knoll and Valley of the Giants

My couchsurfing host in Albany is more than cool. Rachel is greatly involved in permaculture. The household system she created and her backyard farm are impressive. I can't get enough of a pet kangaroo hopping around. In the morning Anh picked me up and we drove to Bluff Knoll. Second highest peak in Western Australia … Continue reading Hitching to Perth Part 7 – Bluff Knoll and Valley of the Giants