I admire the Bicycles’ Country for all those things you can see around… For most dutch people it is pretty common and nothing surprising, not dutch myself I find it amazing 🙂
Carrying trash. Some people might see laziness, I see Genius 🙂
Riding together…in one bicycle never seemed that easy!
Carrying his son and the skateboard
going to the lake…
going to/ from the station/airport…
Bringing a friend’s bike 😉
Carrying our best friend
“It is important to expect nothing, to take every experience including the negative ones, as merely steps on the path, and to proceed.” Ram Dass
♣ Observe wild kangaroos ♣ Cycle Europe and more ♣ Explore Sensory Deprivation ♣ Someone waiting for me at the airport ♣ Practice meditation on a daily basis ♣ Put a pencil in my nose and go to the hospital ♣ Travel as much as possible ♣ Living 7 days saying yes to everything ♣ Bath in the Ganges ♣ Having a white Christmas ♣ Communicate with someone without sharing a common spoken language ♣ Go on a road trip ♣ Figure out my priorities ♣ Grow and Eat my own vegetables ♣ Drive the Great Ocean Road ♣ Learn a new vocabulary every day ♣ See the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) ♣ Learn to surf ♣ Do a Marathon ♣ Be able to say Hello in 50 languages ♣ Create a website ♣ Live abroad for at least 6 months ♣ Dance Tango in Argentina ♣ Forgive my parents ♣ Float around the Dead Sea ♣ Touch a Penguin ♣ Help Out a Random Stranger in distress ♣ Solve a Rubik’s Cube ♣ Allow myself to make mistakes ♣ Learn Sign Language ♣ Kayak in the Bioluminescent Bay of Fajardo ♣ Go Wooffing and Miss it ♣ Go to the Bienal of Flamenco ♣ Accept myself for who I am ♣ Learn to Sail ♣ Fruitpicking ♣ Get in a taxi and yell “follow that car” ♣ Living a van, be an hippie ♣ Send a message in a bottle ♣ Loose at casino ♣ Taking a year off ♣ Scuba dive off Australia’s Great Barrier Reef ♣ Spend Christmas on the beach ♣ Help someone without wanting anything in return ♣ Go to a masquerade ♣ Volunteer for a charity ♣ Go in search of the Lochness monster ♣ Visit Stonehenge during the Summer Solstice ♣ Help someone else fulfill a goal ♣ Learn to speak another language fluently ♣ Write myself a letter and read it ten years later ♣ Make a documentary ♣ Go Hiking in the Rainforest ♣ Learn to Salsa dance ♣ Become a teacher. Make a test where every answer is “C”. Then, enjoy the show. ♣ Laugh until I cry ♣ Be able to play Ukulele ♣ Go Skydiving ♣ Walk barefoot in the rain ♣ Write a Book ♣ Bungee Jump! ♣ Learn Capoeira ♣ Travel ALL South America ♣ Memorize the periodic table of elements ♣ Be part of a flashmob ♣ Learn to knit ♣ Recycle as much as I can ♣ Stay away from drama and negativity ♣ If in doubt, bake a cake ♣ Support Local Organic Farmers ♣ Learn Hindi & Dutch Language ♣ Once a year, go someplace I’ve never been before ♣ Learn to Dance Flamenco ♣ See Salto Angel in Venezuela ♣ Hike the Kilimanjaro ♣ Change one thing (or more!) a week ♣ Be able to Sing without hurting people ♣ Take Theatre Lessons ♣ Downsize, own less stuff and use every thing I have ♣ Sleep to Antoine de Maximy’s Place ♣ Swim with a whale ♣ Travel Africa ♣ Travel India, Nepal, Indonesia, Bhutan ♣ Live and work in the country of the bicycles (The Netherlands) ♣ Do more activism ♣ Help an Animal Sanctuary ♣ Being Self Employed ♣ Sea Shepherd Mission ♣ Hitchhiking in Switzerland and Failed ♣ Learn to travel light ♣ Do a +100km Bike ride ♣ Do a +200km Bike ride ♣
When was the last time you did something for the first time?
We can say whatever we want: that being vegan is a hype or that we are extreme … but in the meantime everyone of these people change things in everyday life. “Vegan” can have a thousand definitions but above all it is unconditional love! ….. 😍💞
A year ago, I was starting this project around the world … I am grateful that destiny allowed me to meet and know you. I hope our paths will cross again soon. THANK YOU TO BE PART OF THE CHANGE . Take care
VEGANISM has no border, no nationality, no age, no gender, no language, no physical apparences or skin colors….
Definition of hippie: noun
This is where I couldn’t possess a lot of THINGS (compared to a permanent residence), couldn’t accumulate so much things but this is where I enjoyed my life the most. This is where I felt that we are all ants. This is where I’ve learnt so much about people, possessions, society, ways of living, and…myself. This is where I had the worst feelings but almost all, the better ones!….This is where “problems” was not a word we could use because we should find solutions quickly.
This is where I haven’t accumulate things, and while working, spent this money for food and hobbies, so did enjoy MOMENTS.
I hope you guys could also experience life like that : simple, easy, cheap, experience moments not things and realise problems are not problems, become or stay grateful of what you have and are right now, work hard for your dreams….
I am not this hair, I am not this skin, I am the soul that lives within. – Rumi
“I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my biiiiike….” *Ari & Gafo this is a big thought for you guys..
There are many, many good reasons for bicycle commuting, recreational bicycling and creating a strong bike culture in general.
Biking is fun ⋅ It reduces stress ⋅ It is an activity you can enjoy with friends and family ⋅ It is a good way to socialize with people ⋅ Healthy exercise: therapeutic for the mind, spirit and for the cardio-vascular system, provides bone mass improvement, better muscle tone…etc ⋅ You can explore so many beautiful places by bike ⋅ Reduces greenhouse gas emissions ⋅ Reduces air pollution ⋅ Reduces noise pollution ⋅ Reduces road kills and save animals ⋅ Allows the rider to appreciate more the nature around us ⋅ Easy to vary your route by bicycle ⋅ Bicycles increase mobility for those who don’t have access to motor transport ⋅ Cycling improves your self-esteem ⋅ You save money having a bike instead of a car : purchase price, gas, insurance, maintenance, parking… ⋅ Bicycling is nearly a life-long activity ⋅ Easier and cheaper parking anywhere you go ⋅ Feel the satisfaction and freedom of biking past a traffic jam ⋅ It is an affordable and reliable transportation and it saves you money! ⋅ You will never get bored ⋅ Bicycling is the most energy efficient form of transportation ever invented ⋅ You can bring your bike almost everywhere you travel ⋅ demonstrates a concern for the future: walk (ride) your talk ⋅ Keeps you humble ⋅ Cycling can be enjoyed in a wide variety of climates ⋅ There is a lot of bike communities you can join. You can sometimes learn for free the basis and how to repair your bike (the bike kitchen in Adelaide-Australia for example) ⋅ In less words: a bicycle is an industrial revolution in an individual’s life!
Life is like riding a bicycle — stop peddling and you fall off. ~Author Unknown, c.1936
Personally, when I ride a bike, I feel so free. like a free bird. like this: