The End is Just the Beginning : Mission Complete

June 26, 2012
The End is Just the Beginning : Mission Complete

The End is Just the Beginning… Everyone would like to think like this. It is the part of human psyche, a hope for something better on the horizon which allows us to perform even better, challenge ourselves even more. Mission Red Planet was started off with a single line uttered in the month of...

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The Mission Red Planet Photo Collection

June 20, 2012

I have managed to edit and collect the few of the photos I though were worthwhile in a slideshow here, please have a look!: http://www.missionredpla.net/missionredplanetphotos.html

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Into the Wilderness of Bulgaria!

June 16, 2012
Into the Wilderness of Bulgaria!

Today was the last day in Greece. I had accommodated myself in an unremarkable yet-another-town of Serrus in Greece near the Greece – Bulgarian border. I was excited for Bulgaria since it is a country which was not a part of the Schengen Agreement but a part of Euro zone. Moreover it had that...

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The Home Run

June 15, 2012

It has been 28 days on the road, with a little lesser in riding days. 7000 kms have been done so far. The last seven days remain of the biggest roadtrip of my life. I have seen many countries and cultures, ridden through rain and snow, dust and heat. have taken thousands of curves....

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Further into Greece…

June 13, 2012
Further into Greece…

Today I had a chance to sample some unique Greek Eastern Orthodox monasteries perched on top of high sandstone cliffs jutting out of perfectly a perfectly flat area. This was Meteora, and the word literally means ‘suspended in air’ or ‘in the heaven above’. The Theopetra caves 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) south of Meteora...

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From One Village to Another: In Greece

June 12, 2012
From One Village to Another: In Greece

Today’s ride was relatively short. Just 200 kms. Today I would be descending the Mount Pelion area and cutting a bit across Greece towards the west and settle down in the municipality of Lake Plastiras in the village of Kalyvia. Usually nature suffers a loss whenever man has developed anything. However, Lake Plastiras seems...

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