Welcome

Hello there, Cedric here. Born and bred in France I have since my 22 years old been rocking around hopping from countries to countries, after a while, I have started travelling by different means such as: hitch hiking, motorbike, cycling and tried my best to spend time with local people rather than other tourists.

I have been told several times to start a blog but repeatedly refused claiming that I was not doing anything different from other backpackers, after giving it some thought,  Here I am ready to share with you some breath-taking sceneries and stories of my next trip.

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Cycling Japan #16 We’ve come full circle; Kushiro – Obihiro – Furano – Biei 4085-4685kms-600km

Every good thing must come to an End. Here is my last trip in Japan before returning home. Route summary for more details (more or less accurate) available here.   Kushiro area – Lake Choubushi : 120kms My hay fever got better and allowed me to sleep comfortably on top of that cliff but got … Continue reading Cycling Japan #16 We’ve come full circle; Kushiro – Obihiro – Furano – Biei 4085-4685kms-600km

Cycling Japan #15 The Japanese Ireland; Nakashibetsu – Nemuro – Kushiro: 3670-4085kms – 415kms

Alongside my pevious post I think the locations covered in this post were my favourite in Hokkaido.Route summary for more details (more or less accurate) available here. Nakashibestu – Notsuke Cape  : 90kms I woke up in a horror movie setting:  the thick and freezing fog had not gone away at all. Unfortunately I could … Continue reading Cycling Japan #15 The Japanese Ireland; Nakashibetsu – Nemuro – Kushiro: 3670-4085kms – 415kms

Cycling Japan #14 Lakes, Spas and Volcanoes ; Kitami – Abashiri – Nakashibetsu : 3335-3670kms – 335kms

 Route plan (more or less accurate) available here.   Kitami – Saroma Lake : 80kms I often do the extra mile in order to reach a campsite, it is usually a good idea but it is sometimes not worth it. Being alone in a campsite with no electricity is not any better than being along … Continue reading Cycling Japan #14 Lakes, Spas and Volcanoes ; Kitami – Abashiri – Nakashibetsu : 3335-3670kms – 335kms

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