Receiving a postcard from the road 🙂
We really want to share our story, our journey with you. Now we can do this in a new dimension. We’ve thought about this for a while and got the chance to set it up. We cycle through many small towns and cities with their own story and often there is a postcard to be found. This postcard can be sent to you, just fill in the form on the left and make the 10$ payment. Yes, this payment is a bit more than the cost to buy and send the postcard, so you will also support us on our journey!
We are travelling through some wonderful places and love to share our story with you.
How it works: when payment is received and we can post the postcard we will either send one we have brought along the way or one from where we are and send it as soon as possible. Of course this is done by traditional postal service so expect that it will take a few weeks to arrive to your mailbox.
On the postcard we will share where we are and what our feelings are. And we will even incorporate a personal drawing or doodle! We will do our best to be timely on the posting of the postcards, please bare in mind that we might be cycling in a region with little internet.
Please fill in your address completely else we will have a hard time mailing the postcard to you 🙂
Below we have created a line of updates from every time we send one or more postcards from the road.
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Returning through Europe: Bornholm, a small Danish island
When Martin was young he hiked around the Danish island Bornholm. This island lies between Poland and Sweden, quite a bit east of Denmark. We took the boat from Kolobrzeg in Poland. We were so [...]
Returning through Europe: Poland
Crossing the border from Görlitz to Zgorzelec was a big step. Our first task was to find a place to change money because we had no Zloty in our possession yet. Zgorzelec was a good [...]
Returning through Europe: Germany (east)
History was on our path yet again. Immediately after crossing the border between the Czech Republic and Germany we became enlightened. Napoleon had crossed this area in 1813. It would be an interesting two days [...]
Returning through Europe: Czech Republic
After cycling through Hungary, Slovakia and Austria we crossed a tiny border crossing between Austria and Czech Republic. And at the same time we did that we felt that we were stepping back in time. [...]
Returning through Europe: Austria
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