Dragi svi koji čitate ovaj blog, molim vas da među svojim prijateljima sa engleskog govornog područja podelite linkove za dole opisane knjižice koje sam postavila na Amazon. Možda će nekog zanimati da pročita o usponu biciklom na Himalaje ili prelasku kroz Gobi pustinju, a kupovinom Kindle izdanja pomoći će moje putovanje oko sveta.
Hvala svima unapred.
I just published my stories about climbing Himalaya by bicycle and cycling the Gobi desert.
Books are available in the Kindle Book format. By buying them, you are supporting my world tour. Please, share those links with your English speaking friends.
Thanks a lot.
When a world cyclo traveler decided to climb Annapurna Circuit route in Nepal's Himalaya, she knew that climbing at 18,418 ft (5.416 m) high Thorung La Pass will be the most precarious, the most physically demanding and the longest tour she have ever made. But she want to test herself and conquer her weaknesses. And most of all—for a moment—she want to experience that feeling of triumph when she reach the roof of the world and scream with joy and pride for succeeding.
In the middle of April 2013 a women crossed the Gobi desert on a bicycle, riding from the Chinese border to the Mongolian capitol city Ulaanbatar, passing a distance of 765 kilometers. Here are her daily notes, sorted and prepared for the book, about the ten-days-long rolling through the northernmost and the coldest desert in the world. She experienced temperature ranges from plus thirty to minus ten, was frozen as never before, had some very unusual encounters and found herself in strange situations, thus pushing the borders of her fears as well as endurance.