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I enjoyed this quote:
"We particularly liked Timís summary of the first steps towards a round-the-world trip:
1. Get a bike, any bike, and start riding it everywhere you can.
2.Test yourself and see how far you can ride in a day. Aim high. You can always catch a train back.
3. Plan a trip. Fly overseas or start from your front door. Do it in a weekend or take a month off work. The details donít matter, just give yourself a taste of life on the road.
4. If you are left hungry for more then you can start planning the big one. Work out a route you would like to follow, start accumulating the gear, apply for some visas if you want and set a date.
It really doesnít need to be more complicated than that."
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