In Tintinas, the features of the Spanish colonialists are easily discernible, is not it?
You look this way in these eyes, how these dolls dance awkwardly, waving their hands and... more
Bolivia is a poor country, one of the poorest countries in South America ... to be more precise, it is on the penultimate place in the list. This is evident even in tourist and big cities and vill... more
A shaky, trembling world, in which everything is like a dream. Mountains hovering above the earth and water, a multidimensional world of clouds, lamas slowly floating through the air and thin-legg... more
Sucre is something. One of the smallest and cozy capitals of those that we saw. The capital city does not look like. Its coloniality is obvious, but it can be difficult to see it... more
Wet mountain forests of Bolivia, in particular, the protected natural area of Amboro, are famous for their giant fern-like trees. Walking under 5-9 meters of ferns, you can imagine a world in whic... more
Last weekend we where in Czech Republic for a new road race adventure; Terlicko track as a newcomer.
Tested a new brand of tires (Michelin) to see if it worked out for us.
The new tire gave a lot... more
I only did 2 runs and this is the only one I got a video of. It's the first run I did. I didn't do very well because I got excited and took off from the line and as I tried to put my feet on the pegs... more
It rained off and on in Nashville all day. It was nice to get a cool down because it's been so hot here. Best Memorial Day weekend I have had in 10/20 years. Met up with some really cool people.... more
A week after the tough weekend on the home-track at Hengelo, our team landed in Belfast, to compete in the biggest sport event in North-Ireland; the NorthWest 200. This is a race witch is beeing helt... more