Author Archives: Julianna

Day 13: Goa

This morning Andrew and me, we wanted to go for a shopping tour in the Twike. But all of a sudden the Twike gave out, just 4 km away from the hotel. A rikshaw was quickly organized, that pulled Andrew … Continue reading

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Day 12: Honavara – Goa

This morning I felt much better again, and luckily it was only a 163 km drive today on smooth roads. When we finally entered the State of Goa, the Goa Police stopped us out of curiosity, and for asking us … Continue reading

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Day 11: Badra – Shimoga – Honavara

Paul and I started the day at 06:45 with a boatride inside Badra National Park. We saw some amazing birdlife and enjoyed the fresh breeze, and we felt like in another world. It was absolutely calm, it seemed like being … Continue reading

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Day 10: Take a break in the Bandra National Park

We started our day with a delicious breakfast: goatfeet! Today we had a break, and Paul and me, we wanted to spend it in the Badra National Park. The only problem we had: Where is the entrance?? As we drove around … Continue reading

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Day 9: Bangalore – Tumkur – Chikmagulur

On the road again! It was the first time that we were all together with four cars now, including the red Think of Team Interlaken. Till Stoll, team leader of Team Interlaken, had made an incredible journey: he had driven his … Continue reading

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Day 8: Bangalore

We spent our free day today at CEDT (Center for Electronic Design and Technology, founded 1975 by DEZA and Indian Government) in IISc (Indian Institute of Science), where we showed the cars to the students and I held a lecture. … Continue reading

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Day 7: Hindupur to Bangalore

It was only a 110 km ride today, but we had to leave early as we couldn’t know how much time this road would take. With an average speed of 30 km/h we cruised between potholes and monkey families in direction … Continue reading

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