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Travel for me is about low-budget overlanding, searching for diversity and intense contact with local life; street food, border-crossings, public transportation, ... the often somewhat uncomfortable reality.  
 
Travel for me is about low-budget overlanding, searching for diversity and intense contact with local life; street food, border-crossings, public transportation, ... the often somewhat uncomfortable reality.  
  
With Belgium being my home country I obviously could easily make it to the neighbouring countries. But my main guide for choosing the next country to visit is to finally have covered a linked list of countries from east to west.
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With Belgium being my home country I obviously could easily make it to the neighbouring countries. But my main guide for choosing the next country to visit is to finally have covered a linked list of countries from east to west. So far I have covered Indonesia to Uganda.
  
 
*[http://wcools.tk My personal website, the travel part]
 
*[http://wcools.tk My personal website, the travel part]

Revision as of 20:21, 28 May 2007

Travel for me is about low-budget overlanding, searching for diversity and intense contact with local life; street food, border-crossings, public transportation, ... the often somewhat uncomfortable reality.

With Belgium being my home country I obviously could easily make it to the neighbouring countries. But my main guide for choosing the next country to visit is to finally have covered a linked list of countries from east to west. So far I have covered Indonesia to Uganda.

My travel-plans for the near future, within the next five years...

3 months from Tanzania to Cameroon
3 months from Nigeria/Chad to Morocco
6 months from Chili to Mexico
6 months Trans-Siberian - Mongolia - Bejing - West China - Central Asia

Happy Travels...

W.

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