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Old 08-21-2012, 01:55 AM   #31
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Zemendorf, tires, old bikes and good times

At the moment I am staying in Andreas his Gypsy Castle, he is working hard to get his farm ready so travellers will have a place to stay + add and share experiences among each other.



Saterday evening I arrived at Andreas his place, I was earlyer than expected. It was more of a get lucky and see who is there thing, because I knew that Andreas would be gone until Monday.
But I was warmly welcomed by his parents and they showed me Andreas place after a nice dinner. At that moment Andreas was not there yet but his parents gave me the key, turned on the hot water and left to go their own holiday.



The following day I went to do some sightseeing in Rust a little village at the Neusiedlersee, Every house there has a Storks nest on the chimney.



Some locals enjoying the shade as much as I did. Just behind the tree there was a old Hungarian man playing on his accordeon, and after a while of playing a few older Italian tourists came and just started singing out of the blue. I just sat there and enjoyed.



Andreas his trustworthy Triumph bonneville and my ride ready to change the front tire.



Operation front tire, the old off-road tire was completly wasted because of the twisty road in the Alps.





The difference!



Tomorrow I will leave Andreas again. He travelled India for months with his friend the 350 Royal Enfield. I had a great time at his place. Riding the Enfield trough the fields and having dinner at a traditional farmers restaurant.
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Old 08-21-2012, 02:21 AM   #32
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There is military up there



This is how I left my old tire in Zemendorf. Maybe the birds will like it and build a home in it.



Austian – Hungarian border.



I had just bought a map of Slovenia and parked on a small quiet road to draw a route on my map when the bike topled over. Nothing real bad happend exept for that I was not able to get it upright anymore and had to ask a passing farmer to help me.



When I stoped for a moment to enjoy the view and make my first picture in Slovenia some local farmers that where collecting the hay came to me and shared a glass of whine with me. We talked a bit about how life is. And they told me they did not like it that all the old Slovenian people where left alone by there children that often live and work abroad.



On my way I saw a mountain with a big antenna on top of it. I thought well when the big antenna is there, there must be a road up the mountain. Already heading in that direction I asked an old woman the way she explained me that there where two roads and that I had to go left at the church. Not much of a description so further towards the bottom of the mountain I asked again, this time some younger people they said that there is a road and told me how to get there. They also mentioned “ No there is military ” I replied “well I have a tent so I can sleep there so no problem”. I had not really understood what they where talking about until I saw the first sign that is was forbidden to go up to the top. Ignorant as I am after 10km of riding up a mountain in hope for a nice place to sleep I kept on going. They will tell me in person If I am doing anything wrong here. Pitched the tent and slept like a log.



It’s hard to see but from the top of the mountain Boč the view was amazing.
The bike also needed a oil change, I wanted to do this the day before but it started to rain so I did it in the morning on top of the mountain.



On my way down I met the military that where on there way up. One of their jeeps almost drove me of the side of the road.



The Slovenian roads are terrible if you don’t have a enduro bike, because they have a very special way to repair asphalt roads. They just put gravel in the holes and that’s it. Sometimes the asphalt just stops and the B roads just turn to tracks. Good to give my off-road skills a bit of practice.



Nasvidenje Ljubljana. Far in the back just before the mountains is Ljublejana.



I forgot to make a picture of the small deer antler that I got from Andreas for good luck.



Nothing.



Crossing the border to Italy.



I actually wanted to stay another night in Slovenia on the beach near Portoros. But I did not follow my own instinct and let myself go 40km in the wrong direction. So Italy it would be. I imagined that I would drink a beer and eat a pizza in a small restaurant on the beach of the Mediterranean sea.
This is impossible, the whole coast is build shut with hotels and beach clubs each claiming there part of beach including water. So after wasting a lot of time still hoping to find some quiet place to eat and sleep on the beach I made the decision to go more in land. It was already getting dark and I still had no place. Tired as I was I drove into a gravel dead end road in hope to find the best place at the end. And I did.



I put up the tent and heard the sound of a kitchen and people talking. I thought I was in the middle of nowhere, but I wasn’t. There was a nice restaurant just on the other side of the fence next to my tent. So some nice food after all.



A plate of Fruti di mare fished locally form the lagoons. And a glass of strong white wine.
I was in heaven.



The dessert was the best icecream I have ever tasted. Home made raspberry ice with fresh homegrown raspberries on top. It’s a shame I only have a photo of the empty bowl. But it shows how good it was.



On my way back to the tent I saw a man in a boat doing something that looked like he was scraping something of the walls of the locks.



Lago di Garda. This is where I met Wilhelm and Nordi.



Grazie Mile, This old man did not want to sell me his vegtables. He gave them for free. And the way they tasted was amazing!!



These two girls and Aristoteles the dog helped me translate everything from German to Italian. So I could communicate with the old man.



Wilhelm and Nordi, I met them at the Garda lake. They where here with a 4×4 MAN truck which they left on the campground. If they explore the surrounding or go to a restaurant they take Wilhelm’s KTM enduro which sits on the back of the truck normally.
Recently Wilhelm was in Morocco riding his KTM trough the Atlas mountains.
They are a very nice and interesting couple. I took some good advice from Wilhelm and we had a wonderfull evening together at the only restaurant in Terlago. Terlago is a small village north of the Garda lake and west of Trento. My campingspot was also a recommendation from them.

Thanks Wilhelm and Nordi!! I had a very very good spot directly in front of the last lake.



My perfect camping spot at Lago della Mar.



When I was doing my morning swim in the lake a lot of fish came and swam with me, later I fed them some old bread I still had with me. I hope you will be able to see them.



View from the tent that Sunday morning.



Yesterday I decided that I would ride south along the other side of the Garda lake. Today I was going to ride close to 400km in order to get to Claudio in Savona.



3 police speedchecks and one bad accident later I arrived safely at Claudio’s work where I was offered a cold beer and a place to sit on the roof. Luckely I had nothing to do with the accident and the man in it was still alive, but it looked very bad. His motorcycle was completly ruined, and he was taken care of by the medics arriving at the scene.
Not wearing any protective clothes besides a helmet is asking for trouble on a fast bike and a road loaded with nice fast curves. The Ride from Brescia to Genoa was beatiful, the road curved allong the mountainside and trough the steep valley. Lots of nice curves!!



When Claudio finished his work we went to eat pizza!! And we had an assistant to make a picture of us, a shame he did not understand that there was a centerfocus
I am having a great time staying with Claudio for me it feels like the last time I saw him was yesterday.



The small appartment where he lives with his parents has a beautiful view of the Mediteranean sea.
It could not have been better!

Ok I’m off to the beach now!
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Old 08-21-2012, 11:50 AM   #33
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Old 08-21-2012, 01:46 PM   #34
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Old 09-08-2012, 01:22 PM   #35
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Love your style dude, great job on your bike! Having a blast! Also my son's name is EMILE too, named after his grandfather who is French/Russian. Not a common name in the State's here.
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Old 09-18-2012, 06:33 AM   #38
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Savona to Hagnau

Thanks for the support guys !!!!

@Buell78753 well choosen name :) I am not named after anyone in my family, my parents just liked the sound of it :) and I am still very happy with the name. It is indeed of french origin. I wish you and your son all the best!!! maybe we will meet one day :) Looking forward!!

Here we go after a while!! at the moment I am helping out a friend to renovate her house so I will stay here a little longer. but no worries I will be on the move asap.



This is what a very serious Claudio looks like when he is making some very dellisious Carbonara.



Siteseeing in Savona.



During the tour we took in the fortress of Savona that has been build by the Genoans long ago Claudio spots a pidgeon.



Savona seen from the fortress.



Phylicia here is a picture of some real Italian icecream, I had to be quick because it was so hot the icecream was melting before you even got it in your mouth.



After icecream we did some more siteseeing, this is a very old entrance. One of the entrances we looked at we even got a small tour trough the house by one of the owners. A lot of these entrances are decorated with a soft black stone of which I do not remember the name, Claudio told me but I forgot.



The Last evening we wanted to eat at this shop. I was really looking forward to it but when we went there it was closed. We tried the next good one Claudio knew but when we entered the owner told us he was sold out. So Fruti di mare it was.



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While waiting for our enormous fruti di mare dish we made some real nice portraits. This was the last evening with my dear friend Claudio. I miss you man!!



When I entered Sesto I saw fellow overlander Derek , he was looking for a hotelroom because he wanted a good night sleep and a shower to freshen up a bit.
I offered him to go with me and look for a small beach directly on the lake and set up camp there. He had already made up his mind Hotel it will be. We shared some good stories and each set out in another direction.



When I left Derek in Sesto it was already getting dark so I had to find a good campingspot soon. And I did, I found a small deserted road alongside lake Maggiore which led to the gardens of some enormous villas. One of the villas was not finished yet but it had a pier with video survailence, or at least that was what the sign said. I did not see any. Pitched the tent and made myself dinner and ate it on the pier with this amazing view.



Sleeping creature like mountains seen from the pier.



In the morning I was able to make a photo of where I was at.



This is what you have missed Derek. I hope you had a great shower in the Hotel, I had a very good bath in the lake.



I wanted to make a picture at the border but the officers where not really pleased with it, so this is what we have from entering Switserland. This is the Italian speaking part of it still. When crossing the border I did not see a significant change in petrol price. The last time I went to the petrolstation was in Italy and I paid € 1,96/L they are insane with these high prices. But I was talking about the price in Switserland, it was 1,88 still very expencive I thought. But I forgot it was CHF 1,88/L which calculates to € 1,53/L so I was happy again and filled up the bike.



When I got closer to the Gottard pass the weather stared to turn form sunny to cold and rainy. On top of the Gottard the clouds where so thick I could not really enjoy the view, It looked more like a valley on a bad day. But actually I was at 2000+m.



I don’t really know why the bike should be on so many photo’s but it just happens, maybe I will try to make some photo’s with me on it next time.



The Swiss Alps.



I did not realize that Switserland was so small until I bumped against the lower side of the Bodensee.
Altnau to be precise is where I camped that night. The next day I took off for Hagnau which lays exactly opposite from Altnau. Hagnau will be the endstation for a while. I am helping out a friend there.



At night there was a storm with lots of rain and wind. Luckely I had a well sheltered campground under a tree and behind some bushes. The morning sun was nice and warm. My kit was dry in minutes and I packed all my stuff on the bike and took off for Konstanz. Later that evening I arrived at Sybille in Hagnau.



The view for about 4 weeks, not bad. To be continued!
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In Hagnau I helped Sybille to renovate one of her appartments. I liked the work but I have to admit it did grow a bit out of proportion for me.
It went from a small “do up the place a little” to a full renovation. Luckely Gut and the guys came to pick up the pace and finish the place.
Herr Gut, Adam and Mateusz learned me a lot of things about renovating. This gave me the feeling that I am on the right track with my trip. I set out to learn and experience new things and here in Hagnau I did exactly that.



Me at my best :)



Jean Pierre the Swiss workforce.



The saviors Gut and the guys.



Good times with Mateusz and Adam putting putz on the wals.



In Hagnau I got to know Sybille’s friend Isabel and we went on a small motorcycle tour to enjoy the countryside.



We stoped to see some waterfalls somewhere in the Allgäu. The southern part of Germany is beautiful!



Up here trough there and you will get there.



Standing at the side of a resent landslide near the waterfalls.



The waterfall. In the photo it looks a lot smaller as it was in reality.



When I took of from Holland I took with me a salt and pepper mix made by Max Havelaar called “African mix”.
I really liked it and looked for something that came close to the same taste in the shops where I passed.
But no success so I gave it a go myself.
Delicately cut some skin off an orange, citrus and lemon. And added af few sliced bits of garlic to dry in the frying pan.
After an hour or so of careful stirring and heating (no burning) all was dried, left it to cool down and mixed it with salt and pepper.



The result a very strong sunny tasteful mix for any meal



Isabel making us some delicious Dinkel käse spätzle.



As in almost every post I have to fix my bike in some way or do some maintenance.
This week I did the lot, the traveling is taking its toll on the old bike.
But nothing serious.
Maintenance done:
-valve adjustment
-new rear tire
-oil change
-chain adjustment
-carburetors cleaned

Repairs done:
-broken muffler welded
-new and better heat shield in the side cover

Changes done:
-12v socket placed on the rear of the bike



Jürgen aka Willi, helped me with the TIG welding of my muffler and fixed me up with a mount for the 12v socket I put on the rear of the bike.
He had some cool bikes there a Yamaha 250 DT , a faster then normal Schwalbe and a very cool Beta 498

The bike is ready to hit the next continent! Tomorrow I will set of towards the south of Spain and Morocco.
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Any particular reason for not putting those nice heavy duty tubeless wheels off the original bike onto the new one. Would think that would be better than having to worry about tubes and easier to fix without having to remove the tire.
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Hey Dirtrulz,

The reason for these rims is that the tire is much easyer to take off when it needs change or a fix, I do understand your statements but I rode with the old rims for a while but it was just to hard to take the tire off on my own.
somehow the rim has a different shape. another thing is that its real hard to get replacement spokes for the original rims, actually you just can't get them anymore :(

I like the setup I have now easy to replace and much more universal in case anything breaks along the way.

Do you own a LM or RM with the tubeless rims ???

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Hey Dirtrulz,

The reason for these rims is that the tire is much easyer to take off when it needs change or a fix, I do understand your statements but I rode with the old rims for a while but it was just to hard to take the tire off on my own.
somehow the rim has a different shape. another thing is that its real hard to get replacement spokes for the original rims, actually you just can't get them anymore :(

I like the setup I have now easy to replace and much more universal in case anything breaks along the way.

Do you own a LM or RM with the tubeless rims ???

Ciao!!

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No offense meant, have never dealt with that style of wheel, usually tubeless would be the way to go. As long as you are happy with the setup you are using that is all that matters, have a good trip.
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Hey all,

At the moment I am in Fes Morocco, chilling in Riad Versus. A lot has changed lately. All of you know I wanted to make a round the world trip really badly, but that has changed. I found out that travelling alone is not really my cup of tea. Those of you that know me probably saw this coming. I always knew this would be my weak spot but never thought it would bring me to the thought of coming back sooner this quick. Of course this is not the only reason for me to change the plan. I also noticed that I really miss the work I did and then especially my own creative work, making the lamps, jewellery, furniture and all the rest. When travelling I felt more like a onlooker then a participator, sometimes you can do a little bit but the real feeling of participation was not there and I miss that. Last but not least I miss my family and friends. All of this adds up to an early return to Holland. Not that I will stop travelling NO, I will go on but in smaller steps and not alone. The smaller steps will be good when I need to empty my creative thoughts because I already have the feeling my head is getting overfilled and I need to make stuff.

so that’s that said!



Probably the worst picture ever made of the Rheinfalls, This was actually a very amazing sight.
I never even knew there was a big waterfall in the Rhein.





After my first night sleep at a very boring spot somewhere in a field with forest surrounding it. I woke up early to make some distance and came down a hill seeing this. The two cities Montreux and Vevey the entrance to the alps.





Swiss wine just before crossing the border to France.





I have to admit it is hard to see but in the background you see a part of the Mont Blanc. I thought maybe I will get a better view of it later but that did not happen. Although I drove around it and saw the other side of it.




Hey thats me and the Le mouton all the way up our first high pass in the Alps, when I remember well it was at 1400m.




This is what it looked like upthere, it was empty and higher up bits are covered with snow.




They even put a lake upthere, Lac de Roselend.




After a few passes I looked for a nice campground and found this one near Bessan.




And this was the background of my new campingspot




This is also where I made my first campfire of the trip! nice and warm because it was already getting cold in europe. The next morning I discovered that I was sleeping at about 1600m because of a sign just around the first bend in the road. No wonder it was pretty cold that night.




Bikers. we had seen each other a few times on the way and waved at each other. Now we all reached the same goal. Col de L’Iseran.



The Highest I have riden the bike! I was doing fine, Le Mouton just 500 rpm This pass is supposed to be one of the highest you can get in Europe. There is one that is higher but only 30m or so, at least that is what the french bikers told me. It was high.




And when you are that high something will always top it to be even higher.




On my way down I stopped at this small hut completely covered by the forest.




Came across another lake high up.




Hey Madleen if you need some parts for your car Fontan (France) is where you need to go.




Near Sospel just 30 km above Monaco I found the best campingground ever. It was located on a small ridge about 6 m higher then the road with a beautiful view. Here I also made a small campfire and tried out a different setup. I build a small half domed arch out of stones to radiate the heat from the fire towards me, and that the fire would not lose so much heat and therefor used less wood,
And it worked perfect.




Down below just on the side of the street there was a small flat area to park the bike and like you can see there is the tent pitched on the ledge.




I imagined the coast a bit different, more open space and nature not just one ongoing line of buildings. what a shame.




After many km’s down the coast I came across this sight, so there is still a bit of nature left.




This looked like a nice camping ground but at dusk some wild boars came to keep me from getting some sleep.




Marseille what a city.




On my way to Rivesaltes I met Vandré and Anouck who where doing a trip trouch france on a motorcycle like I was doing and we stopped for a drink and some photo’s we had a great time.
Drinks where finished and we headed each in our own directions.
Godspeed to both of you!




These guys were making funny jokes when Vandré, Anouck and I made some pictures. They shouted “cheese” but they did not expect me to shout “fromage” and thats when this picture was made.




When looking at this boat it felt like having a dream of going towards something unknown and beautiful.




I was looking for a place to camp again but then it happened that I fell down with the bike and like the time before I could not get the bike upright on my own. Luckily there where some people coming towards me to help. The other downside was that it started raining that same moment.
My hand hurt and me having a down feeling I decided to go for the first hotel I can find to chill out.




The hotel was situated in Rivesaltes and to expencive for what they had to offer, but the woman at the desk said the price was not negotiable. Good thing was I did not have to unpack the bike because they had a garage.




Heading for the Pyrenees nothing there yet in the photo.




And there they are the Pyrenees.




After many hours and liters of rain I managed to get to Eric’s place. He lives in the middle of a dessert like place in the north of Spain. All year round he lives of his own garden and sometimes have a nice Kebab in the city. Amazing place, thanks Crip!!




The view from Monte Eric.




Good morning sunshine, I asked Eric if it was possible for me to stay 2 nights. He said no problem so now I was able to do some exploring. And the weather was nice as was the surrounding area.




On my tour I found this beautiful tool in a small shed.




The tree of live.




When I left Eric it was only 5 degrees celcius so I had to stop a few times to get warm again. And the old village people always know the best out of the wind in the sun spots. So I stuck with them for a while.




The landscape on the way to Valencia.




Us arriving in Valencia.




Meet my dorm mates in Valencia, Raj, Sunil and Cherie. First thing to do is get food and go for a dance.




The brothers.




Sunil bought a pair of glasses for me from Goliath.




The next day I took a city tour with a Scottish guide Duncan. I learned a lot about Spanish history and traditions of Valencia.




Even found something myself although I did not found out ther real story behind the child’s heads on the drainpipes it did remind me of Claudio’s work.




Valencia.

The next day I left a bit late in the direction of Ronda. But I got lost in a thunderstorm. Yes that can happen on a motorcycle. I was completely soaked and just wanted to go to a hotel and sleep and be warm. By the time I found a hotel I had already driven about 130km in the dark with heavy rain. It sucked!




The day after being lost I went to Ronda to stay there for a night and get a warmer t-shirt because the mountains where freaking cold!
It is a shame that I forgot to take out my camera in Ronda so no pictures but I really felt good there. I had a nice small hotel for a good price in the center of the city.




Africa here I come.
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