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April 25th, 2009 | categorizilation: all categories,Arrival Home,New Zealand,Post-2008

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I have just arrived back to my trusty computer after having a wonderful meeting with Andrew and Friedel Grant from www.travellingtwo.com. This wonderful married couple from Canada have been on the road 2.5 years on their bicycles, covering much of Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

With the 'Travelling Two' - Andrew and Friedel Grant in Auckland, New Zealand

The just finished cycling the length of New Zealand, and are in Auckland for a few days checking out the far north of the country before heading back to North America for the final 5,000km of their journey.

It was a delight to meet them and have the chance to talk about travelling. Just to be able to relive my experiences and through discussion confirm many of the feelings common to long distance human powered travellers, was a refreshing time of processing.

Friedel interviewed me for a podcast that they will be editing and putting up on their website soon, so be sure to check their website out. I think I may have freaked them out a little with my stories of disorientation and disconnection after I got back from my trip, but I’m sure they will be OK (they will be finishing up in about four months time after 3 whole years on the road).

A big thanks to Andrew and Friedel for a lovely time!

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Comment by Friedel & Andrew — April 27, 2009 @ 2:39 pm | post a comment

Hi Rob, we really enjoyed meeting you too and yes, you did freak us out a little but don't worry, we'll get over it :)

The interview is up now (an amazing display of unusual efficiency on our part):


Take care and we hope to welcome you to Canada one day.

Comment by Seljuk — May 1, 2009 @ 11:52 am | post a comment

Hi rob !hello :::))

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