Traveling is a passion for many. Several modes of travel are there and this family of three chose to travel to several countries in a bike with side car. Mihai Barbu from Romania with his girlfriend Oana and their four-year-old son Vladimir had a trip across Europe in four months. This was during the summer of 2015. Many of us would be dreaming to tour around Europe, this family did that in an adventurous way. This is Quite an adventurous family. They camped in small tents, Made their own food, Enjoyed all the joys that the countries had to offer, in short they pleasantly covered Europe in a motorbike, which means not only they saved money, but also had an adventurous trip round Europe. The bike is Ural Ranger sidecar and they fondly call it Zair.
To list a few things they did pleasantly during the trip are as follows: Celebrated their togetherness in Scotland, enjoyed swimming in Austria, had an enjoyable ferry ride from Tallin in Estonia to Helsinki in Finland, had nice days in Norway and England, brief visit to Ireland, camped in France, took family photograph in Portugal, saw sunrise in Spain, tried to become one with wild nature by befriending monkeys in Morroco, experienced sand storm in Great Sahara desert, had nice time at bay at Croatia, all three of them had sunbath in Greece, certainly nice trip.
The difficulties in these kinds of trips are innumerable. There could Motorcycle failure, tyre puncture, breakdown, lack of food, etc. to name a few. This family as a one team braved all those and made an adventurous trip across Europe. Those who see these photographs and learn about their trip will definitely envy them for a beautiful adventure, which anyone would hesitate to take. Where there is determination, nothing to stop adventures.
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