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Chinese man cycles across Africa-New Era-Namibia

来自:http://www.newera.com.na/2013/09/03/chinese-man-cycles-africa/
namibia-report

 

By Sabina Elago

WINDHOEK- Twenty-seven-year-old Fengyan Du has travelled  about 33500KM by bicycle from China to Africa in two years. fengyan began his journey in Auguest 25,2011 and reached Namibia on Auguest 15,2013.

According to Fengyan, his marathon, intercontinental trip by bicycle has so far taken him through 21 countries in Asia and Africa where he also performed some charity work, Thus far in Africa he has travelled through Egypt,Sudan,Ethiopia,Djibouti,Somaliland,Kenya,Uganda,Rwanda,Tanzania,Malawi,Zambia and currently Namibia on his way to South Africa, In Asia he also cycled through India and Iran.

He will travel back to China and start working again to save some money for the next leg of his world trip that will be North and South America, Currently he works at an orphanage as a schoolteacher in India.

“I had a dream to travel the world and in 2007 I started saving up to make my dream come true before I start a family”. enthused Fengyan.

Many a time he had no place to camp, but he has overnighted in schools, churches and on farms. He would do some charity work for food and a place to sleep.

“In Egypt I followed a tourist group where I took pictures and videos for them, just for food and a place to camp just to save money,” he said.

“Going in to villages and associating with people was a good experience for me ,I met robbers in Ethiopia, but they didn’t take anything for me. All I did was just point and stare at them and they became scared. thinking I was strong, and they then became friendly with me,” explained Fengyan.

He has also come across many dangerous animals, like hyenas, but fortunately the beasts did not attack him.

“I chose to travel by bike because it is easy to travel with, it is free, I can stop wherever I want to and learn more things in this way,” said Fengyan who has spent about US$5000 on his whole trip so far.

Fengyan said  he would be heading to South Africa when he gets his visa and will travel back to china to work and save up for his next trip, which will take him across South and North America.

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Fengyan DU started his trip fron Naning the capital of Guangxi Zhuang Region in China(中新社 洪坚鹏 摄)

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Learners at the orphanage in India say goodbye to Fengyan

Africa: Chinese Man Cycles Across Africa

来自:http://allafrica.com/stories/201309040721.html?aa_source=sptlgt-grid

Windhoek — Twenty-seven-year-old Fengyan Du has travelled about 33 500km by bicycle from China to Africa in two years. Fengyan began his journey in August 25, 2011 and reached Namibia on August 15, 2013.

According to Fengyan, his marathon, intercontinental trip by bicycle has so far taken him through 21 countries in Asia and Africa where he also performed some charity work. Thus far in Africa he has travelled through Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and currently Namibia on his way to South Africa. In Asia he also cycled through India and Iran.

He will travel back to China and start working again to save some money for the next leg of his world trip that will be North and South America. Currently he works at an orphanage as a schoolteacher in India.

"I had a dream to travel the world and in 2007 I started saving up to make my dream come true before I start a family," enthused Fengyan.

Many a time he had no place to camp, but he has overnighted in schools, churches and on farms. He would do some charity work for food and a place to sleep.

"In Egypt I followed a tourist group where I took pictures and videos for them, just for food and a place to camp just to save some money," he said.

"Going into villages and associating with people was a good experience for me. I met robbers in Ethiopia, but they didn't take anything from me. All I did was just point and stare at them and they became scared, thinking I was strong, and they then became friendly with me," explained Fengyan.

He has also come across many dangerous animals, like hyenas, but fortunately the beasts did not attack him.

"I chose to travel by bike because it is easy to travel with, it is free, I can stop wherever I want to and learn more things in this way," said Fengyan who has spent about US$5 000 on his whole trip so far.

Fengyan said he would be heading to South Africa when he gets his visa and will travel back to China to work and save up for his next trip, which will take him across South and North America.

来自:http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_3f09eb080102dzos.html

     初时听到有人骑着自行车从中国来到非洲,我内心深处是惊讶,骑车去西藏听说过,但是骑车到非洲,还是有些不相信,这似乎太扯了,一路的签证不说,安全问题,以及非洲这地方道路崎岖,还要穿越沙漠地带,谁能保证一路上不生病,那这个人是怎么挺过来的。我带着深深的好奇前去看看这位单车走非洲的年轻小伙子——杜风彦。第一次看到他,与我从网上翻查出来的历史照片似乎有些不像,皮肤黝黑,小平头,眼睛里布满血丝,似乎没有典型的山东汉子的外在特征。不过经过交谈之后,踏实,坚毅,信心满满,洒脱的感觉慢慢的体现出来。我与很多好奇之人一样问的第一个问题是,你是怎么过来的,真的一路骑车?小杜腼腆的笑了笑,有些地方实在是过不去的,也有坐飞机,坐渡轮,车子坏的时候也有搭车的情况。
     他说:“从 2011 年从广西南宁出发,从河内到胡志明市,胡志明至柬埔寨金边,再暹粒后取道泰国,但是当时泰国境内当时洪水泛滥,达到曼谷后,无法前往泰国北部,只能在泰国南部部分城市骑行,原定计划前往马来西亚,但是由于签证和时间问题,无法前往。在泰国办了印度的半年签证,从泰国飞往印度,抵达印度加尔各答开始骑行,环绕印度海岸线骑行将近 6 个月的时间,期间一边兼职一边骑行。在修女特丽莎那边做过义工,在印度乡下小学做过志愿者,经常被邀请去学校演讲。在印度普里的时候,帮助当地的冲浪组织摄影,他们帮忙提供食宿。因为行程中一个人行走总是感觉孤单寂寞,因为到了印度之后已经是完全的异国情调,文化的差异,于是在印度调整了一个月的时间沉淀了一下,慢慢开始就没有这样的孤独寂寞感了。之后一路往南,到最南端之后从西部一路往上,抵达孟买,到孟买之后由于巴基斯坦签证问题,巴签证需要在国内办理,所以需要把护照邮寄到国内,还需要入境章才能办理,由于麻烦繁琐失败率高,所以最后只能从印度飞往伊朗,由于伊朗是落地签,从设拉子之后一直骑到德黑兰,然后绕里海到大不里士乌尔米耶。在伊朗德黑兰办了亚美尼亚的签证,翻完亚美尼亚的山脉后,进入格鲁吉亚,然后从格鲁吉亚边境去土耳其,从黑海沿岸城市萨姆松去了安卡拉再去伊斯坦布尔,到伊斯坦布尔之后打算去叙利亚但是由于打仗,边境关闭,朋友以身试法都说无法通过,所以只能从伊斯坦布尔飞到约旦,约旦很小,所以绕着约旦转了一圈,最后从约旦南部亚喀巴坐船到埃及的西奈半岛,穿越沙漠后到开罗,从开罗沿着尼罗河往下卢克索,阿斯旺,然后从阿斯旺坐船到了北苏丹,因为埃及和苏丹陆路边境虽然有但是没有开,只能坐船到边境。在北苏丹骑行近 1000 多公里的撒哈拉沙漠的边缘到达喀土穆,取道东南到达埃塞俄比亚,埃塞的山地比较多,到了亚的斯亚贝巴之后往东走去了吉布提,这里是地球上最热的地方,一路上近 100 多公里才有一个很小的村镇,吉布提后前往索马里兰,也就是索马里北部,之后再返回埃塞俄比亚,到达亚的斯亚贝巴,从亚的斯亚贝巴一路往下从边境摩亚雷进入肯尼亚。”
       这一切从他嘴里说出的时候是那么的轻松,他说这都已经是过去时了。现在他要继续前行,接下来准备再回肯尼亚山转一圈,然后去蒙巴萨再回来。然后从内罗毕去乌干达,乌干达之后去卢旺达,再去布隆迪接着去坦桑,赞比亚,津巴布韦,纳米比亚,再去南非……。

 

Surf's up Sohini Chakravorty

来自:http://www.thehindu.com/features/magazine/surfs-up/article2906563.ece

February 18, 2012

Updated: February 18, 2012 17:59 IST
  • Up and away: A heady feeling. Photo: M.S. Gopal
    Up and away: A heady feeling. Photo: M.S. Gopal
  • A sense of camaraderie. Photo: Sohini Chakravorty
    A sense of camaraderie. Photo: Sohini Chakravorty
  • A small community. Photo: M.S. Gopal
    A small community. Photo: M.S. Gopal

Surfing yogis, bohemian artists, footloose travellers and quirky conversations surround Sohini Chakravorty at the first edition of the India Surf Festival.

The blue waters of the Bay of Bengal and an opportunity to see surfers from across the world battling the waves. No more reasons are necessary for me to land up at the country's first surfing festival. An early morning flight to Bhubaneshwar and a three-hour cab ride later, I find myself at the Konark Puri Marine Drive beach. Long stretches of uninterrupted sand. The February breeze spiked with electronic trance. Decorations of bamboo, strings of colourful threads and wool. Musicians oblivious to their surroundings. And photographers, lots and lots of photographers, amateur and professional, strolling around in search of the perfect shot. Everyone here seems to be travelling light, needing nothing but air to breathe and the sea to set their sights on. I feel like an intruder with my heavy bags. Even my mobile phone has joined the party. It refuses to work.

Out of sync?

The ceremonial inauguration, with a performance of the traditional Chaiti Ghoda dance, feels out of place in this bohemia. The surfers grab their boards and lunge into the waters. There are about 60 of them, from New Zealand, Hawaii and Australia, alongside surfing communities from Mahabalipuram, Vishakhapatnam, Puducherry, Gokarna, Manipal and Kovalam. “It is a beautiful beach and not one bit crowded,” says Yogi, attempting to manage both his surfboard and the curtain of wet dreadlocks that closes over his eyes. In Hawaii, he says, a beach like this will be crowded with 400 people. He spent the past six months in Sri Lanka as a surfing instructor. He will spend the next six months in India. “I started surfing when I was five. I learnt it from my mom and dad. Swimming and surfing, that's the only thing we know.” He adds, somewhat redundantly, that swimming is one of the key skills needed to survive in Hawaii. As if anyone in that island paradise would choose to sit on a shaded part of the shore and just read a book.

A new sport

Nomadic surfers like Yogi fostered the Indian surfing community. Anudeep, a professional yachter who likes to be called Andy, began to learn surfing five years ago when he came across a surfer from the US. “The surfing community is a small one where everybody knows everybody,” he says from Visakhapatnam. Apart from groups like Surfing Yogis, The Surfing Swamis, people like Mukesh from Mahabalipuram have established small surfing institutes, whose graduates are now skimming across these waves. A small crowd gathers around the shore, squinting and craning their necks to catch these surfers and the effortless ease with which they navigate the turbulence of the sea. A man with his camera and tripod wades in, braving the waves to freeze these moments for an eternity. Du Fengyan's journey started on a bicycle from Beijing, continued across Vietnam and Cambodia, and has now ended in India. “You don't need a lot of money to travel,” he says. He befriends the locals and stays with them. There are days he doesn't have to spend more than Rs.100. He will now head to Pakistan.

There are people everywhere, and everyone has a story to narrate. An artist named Vinay Pateel, in a white T-shirt and geeky glasses, is setting up his works in a corner. He was an engineer. He hopped off the treadmill in order to specialise in digital art, a sample of which is on display in the logo on the T-shirts for the event, that of a bearded yogi communing with the waves. Elsewhere, the logo seems to have erupted to life. There are many yogis around me, communing with the waves and with each other. The India Surf Festival, contrary to the name that suggests the commingling of big-name detergent manufacturers, is a melting pot of the most interesting people. A textile designer and with her documentary-filmmaker husband. An engineer turned bookshop owner. An animation artist with her sporting mother.

Feel at home

As the sun sets, Argentinean Sebastian Vilarino begins to juggle in rhythm to trance music. He is joined by the Indie band The Mavyns, with their quirky rendition of songs of The Ventures, and Tribal Flora, a music band from Mumbai that experimented with mouth harps, didgeridoos, drums and flutes. Trip Tandav opted for psychedelia, an amalgam of Sanskrit slokas and bhajans underscoring live painting by artists from the Nova Collective. I spend my first night at the surfing village, and the next morning I am greeted by friendly voices which made me forget I am on my own. Everyone's a friend here, and every friendship has a story. Sand artist and sculptor Sridhar Dash has befriended Scott Jeffery, an Australian who quit his television job in London and began globetrotting on a bicycle with little more than a tent and a very effective GPS. Jeffery has learnt that Dash had no online presence, and he has promised to enshrine his friend in a website before he heads out east. Sanjay Samantaray, founder of Surfing Yogis, the organising group, says, “A surf festival is about 50 per cent surfing and 50 per cent art.” It is also about people, one hundred per cent.

 

Explore, Discover, Cycle!-celebrateindia

来自:http://www.celebrateindia.com/have-you-heard/explore-discover-cycle

How cool is it to ride a bicycle? Would it be safe to presume that it is? Have you ever thought of cycling across the country? Or even across the world? Scott Jeffery and Fengyan Du are cycling across continents on a journey to discover the world as we don’t usually see it. Let’s find out how…

Scott is cycling from Wimbledon, England across Europe, the Middle East, South & South East Asia to the place of his birth in Sydney, Australia. Du began in August 2011, from Nanning city in China, after which he headed for Vietnam and then onto Malaysia, Thailand and Cambodia before reaching India. From India he plans to proceed onto Pakistan, Iran, the Middle East and a host of other countries before he reaches his destination ‘The Rainbow Nation’, South Africa.

Both cyclists left their jobs and normal lives behind to tread the unknown with the desire to shake off the suffocating pressure of everyday work and find freedom in a humble bicycle journey. Scott in fact chose to cycle to Australia also to pay respect to his father’s decision to immigrate to Australia and to raise money for the charities, ‘Sustrans’ and the ‘Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia’.

They had physically prepared themselves for the journey and had planned their logistics precisely to the point. However, they would still advice anyone aspiring to follow their example and be prepared for unforeseen hiccups.

Unlike other means of transport, a bicycle is proven to be eco-friendly and an excellent exercise companion. Scott would second the statement by adding, “A bicycle is good for the environment, it’s good for me physically; and it’s a slow means of transport which lets me see things in a lot more detail and depth. And it’s relatively inexpensive, as you would only need to pay for your food and accommodation.”

Travelling on a bicycle also allows you to meet people and experience cultures with a more intimate approach. Scott for instance recounts being through the tiny villages in India and seeing what many tourists would usually not see or experience. He was fascinated by the villagers’ unique curiosity about who he was and of what he was doing there and that curiosity made him feel special about being in India.

But if Scott was to highlight his trip to India that would be the beautiful bond that exists amongst the country’s people when creating and sharing food. He elaborates this by sharing his experience of dining with a family at Mangalore who taught him the art of eating using his fingers before he tackled a delicious piece of fish.

Du, who spends most of his nights in a tent, is also captivated by rural India’s friendliness. He fondly remembers of someone offering him a bottle of Coca-Cola when he couldn’t afford one himself despite longing for one. In fact, Du received tremendous help on the road every-time he’s faced with a problem with his bicycle. And in return Du would gift his saviour a precious memorabilia in the form of a photograph.

Both Du and Scott believe that India’s young and adventurous can certainly explore their country and the world at large on a bicycle. Du encourages the youth to not be afraid and to take some time off their busy lifestyles to discover the world’s beauty and the intricacies of their lives as well. And if you’re wondering of how much it could cost to cycle the length and breadth of India, Du says that a budget of Rs. 10,000 would suffice.

Scott’s advice is to start with small steps before choosing to make giant leaps. He clearly understands that resources are difficult to avail in India, unlike in the west. Hence he suggests aspiring cyclists to prepare and save the money well in advance of the journey. Furthermore, he urges people to meet their fellow citizens in the other states or even in the opposite coast to generate valuable connections before embarking on bigger journeys.

The cyclists may have followed two completely different routes; set their sights on two completely different destinations; yet they met at a point and formed a link – a human link, whereby every unique person connects, shares and lives. It is a chain that joins and propels a bicycle forward; hence it can only be a chain that will join and propel us forward as one.

By,
Manbha Khonglah

单车亚非拉练 - 草原之旅

来自:http://digi.163.com/photoview/4NEO0016/163990.html

郗光和杜风彦将在 11 年 8 月下旬从云南河口出发入境越南,预计一年时间,骑行约 23000 公里,途径越南、柬埔寨、泰国、马来西亚、印度、巴基斯坦、伊朗、土耳其、叙利亚、以色列、约旦、埃及、苏丹、埃塞俄比亚、肯尼亚、坦桑尼亚、莫桑比克、南非 18 个国家。身未动,心已远;有多远,骑多远!

 杜风彦骑行内蒙古

如何让梦想跟你零距离 - 搜狐滚动

年少的我们踌躇满志,激情满怀,怀揣着好多的梦想。毕业了,就业了,突然发现世界远不是彩虹糖的梦,虚伪、自私、贪婪……充斥我们的生活。梦想只适合在象牙塔中成长,于是我们放弃了挣扎,放弃了最初的梦想,在麻木中一天一天地啃噬着大好的生命,直到有一天我们垂垂老矣的时候才突然恍然大悟“也许我该给自己一次实现梦想的机会,也许我会成功,我应该守住我的梦想”。

二人骑车环游世界

“有些事,如果现在不去做,就一辈子都没有机会去做了”2011 年 8 月 25 日,两个帅小伙郗光和杜风彦正式骑自行车从南宁出发,开始他们环游半个世界的梦想之旅,一路上会途径 15 个国家,最终达到南非。支撑他们去实践梦想的,只有满腔的热情和少得可怜的经费,以及某公司赞助的自行车。

  这听说去有点天方夜谭,自行车环游半个世界,且小伙子一路上是自谋生路,但是不可否认小伙子敢想敢做的激情,勇于实现梦想的勇气和行为。且不论这个行动会不会坚持到最后,我们是否会分享他们最终胜利的果实,但是在他们身上我们至少看到了梦想的力量,他们承载着我们平凡人太多没有实现的梦想。

梦想有那么遥远么?

其实梦想远没有想象中的那么遥远,每天你的一个坚持的习惯就能让你离梦想更近一步。这是一个真实的故事,它就发生在我的身边。

故事的主人公是个 30 出头的文艺男青年。在物欲横流的社会依然坚持自己最初的信仰,虔诚写作。尽管最初投出去的文稿多次被打回,但是他没有放弃,坚持了十年,他用十年的时间参加短期的写作培训,天天练笔,每天完成大量的阅读。

现在,他每天都有一篇大作刊登在全国主要的报刊杂志上。他把自己的故事和感悟一路写下,心酸和兴奋一路记载,那些人生的感悟总能让黑暗中迷失方向的人看到希望的光亮。

他说他最大的梦想就是出版自己的小说,如今正在着手这件事情,虽然他现在还没有成名,但是相信上天会对这个有着执着信念,痴恋着文学的人偏爱的。也许你要说他不够典型,亲爱的朋友,名人在成名前又有谁去聚焦他的心酸?名人其实就掩藏在我们这些为梦想默默奋斗的普通的人群中。

当然梦想有大有小,有长期有短期,并不是所有关乎成功的才称得上是梦想,生活中那些能触动内心,让你觉得为之震撼和惊喜,活跃在你潜意识中表现为梦境的那部分又何尝不是梦想?

很久都没有感受大自然的气息,何不从繁忙的工作中抽出那么一点点的时间,做一次洗涤心灵的旅行;N 年没见的朋友突然有了音讯,为何不抽空见上一面?一直都想买的那条连衣裙最近终于开始折扣让利了,你还等待什么,赶紧抢购吧;想跟他说声对不起,希望他能原谅你的冒失,重修旧好,那就大胆点吧;想学一门可以展示的才艺,那就报名参加吧;即使你现在身无分文,想去国外留学,你也可以大胆地去想象,并不断地强化你的愿望,总有一天你发现你有办法圆这个梦想。

搭建梦想与现实的桥梁

大到人生理想,小到生活中的一些小愿望,这些都是我们的梦想,那么如何实现我们的梦想,笔者认为应该根据不同的个性区别对待,这里笔者从心理学和命理学的角度为大家阐释如何从梦想变成现实。

开创型命盘

开创型命盘的人,敢想敢做,有了想法马上实践,这种行动力超强的人是最容易实现梦想的。但是要注意,做事前须多一些周全的思考,未雨绸缪,这样才能避免在意外出现只是手忙脚乱。最好是请教有经验的专业人士做你的顾问,必要时修正你走的弯路。

领导型命盘

领导型命盘的人,有毅力,有耐心,对于自己笃信的长远梦想,或者说是人生目标来说非常忠实,也会在脚踏实地的努力中慢慢实践。但是过于理性的思维,限制了你对生活中小愿望的实现,克制似乎成了你每天的必修课,其实必要的时候,生活中,你也需要感性一些,偶尔小冲动一下,去享受工作之余的乐趣。

支援型命盘

支援型命盘的人,超级有理想,不过也因为思考太多犹豫不决而无从行动,到最后能实现的梦想总是寥寥无几。特别是命宫有太阳主星的人,其浮躁的情绪,三分钟热度,往往是中长期梦想破产的罪魁杀手。这种命盘的需要先把自己的梦想由抽象变成具体,比如说希望成为一个受人欢迎的人,那么你得列出受人欢迎的基本品质,这些品质对应的生活中的具体案例,有一个最简单的办法,那就是寻找榜样。当你灰心丧气的时候,想想榜样又会怎么做,其实对你来说是一种无形的激励。再者为了避免目标耽搁时间太长,没有耐心,你可以将大目标分成 N 个小目标,然后每次实现一次小目标后,记得给自己一个小小的奖励,哪怕是一块小小的巧克力,总之让你觉得够兴奋,这样尝到甜头的你就会逐渐进入一个良性循环的过程。

合作型命盘

合作型命盘的人,相对比较依赖他人,让你一个人独创一片天地,实践自己的梦想,那无异于难比登天,团队的力量会让你感觉温暖。你需要找到一个能督促自己、激励自己、并愿意跟自己结成统一战线的伙伴,志同道合的朋友会让你更加靠近梦想的殿堂。另外你这种命盘,情感比较脆弱,抗压能力不够,但是你笃信精神的力量,所以你应该充分发掘自己潜意识的精神动力,并不断地催化自身的激情。亲爱的朋友如果你看过《秘密》,那么你就不觉得我说的话有多神秘了。这本书提出了神奇的吸引力法则,简单地说就是:你生命中所发生的事都是你吸引过来的,不论你心中想什么你都会把它吸引过来。

世界第一潜能大师安东尼·罗宾曾经说过的一句话“唯一能够阻挡你去获得你想要的东西的事情是你一直在告诉自己为什么它不属于你”。亲爱的朋友,为了实现你的梦想,请放弃那些阻碍你实现梦想的偏见,勇敢地说出自己的梦想,并在内心里告诉自己“我值得拥有,我能够拥有”,大胆去做,生活中更美的风景等着你。

 

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  9 月 5 日,两名来自北京的青年郗光和杜风彦从广西南宁启程入境越南,开启长达一年时间的亚非骑行之旅。中新社发 洪坚鹏 摄

他们初步决定骑行越南、柬埔寨、泰国、马来西亚、印度、巴基斯坦、伊朗、约旦、埃及、苏丹、埃塞俄比亚、肯尼亚、坦桑尼亚、莫桑比克、南非 15 个国家,全程约 2 万公里。在到达南非后,他们将从南非飞往尼泊尔,再从尼泊尔进入中国沿西藏、新疆等沿线一路骑至北京。二人欲借此向世人倡导绿色环保,低碳出行,更是对古语“读万卷书,行万里”的有力践行。

 

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两名来自北京的青年郗光和杜风彦 5 日从南宁启程入境越南,开启长达一年时间的亚非骑行之旅。二人欲借此向世人倡导绿色环保,低碳出行,更是对古语“读万卷书,行万里路”的有力践行。图为二人合照。中新社

两名中国青年启程亚非 15 国骑行之旅 - 中国江苏网

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  9 月 5 日,两名来自北京的青年郗光和杜风彦从广西南宁启程入境越南,开启长达一年时间的亚非骑行之旅。中新社发 洪坚鹏 摄

他们初步决定骑行越南、柬埔寨、泰国、马来西亚、印度、巴基斯坦、伊朗、约旦、埃及、苏丹、埃塞俄比亚、肯尼亚、坦桑尼亚、莫桑比克、南非 15 个国家,全程约 2 万公里。在到达南非后,他们将从南非飞往尼泊尔,再从尼泊尔进入中国沿西藏、新疆等沿线一路骑至北京。二人欲借此向世人倡导绿色环保,低碳出行,更是对古语“读万卷书,行万里”的有力践行。

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