Show 35: Marija Kozin

March 10th, 2010 2 comments

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In 2006, Marija Kozin left her home in Slovenia and set out for China by bicycle.

When she reached Beijing, Marija turned around and cycled home again. During her 30 month trip, she covered some of the toughest routes in the world of bike touring, including going across Tibet and tackling the Pamir Highway in Tajikistan.

In this podcast, we talk to Marija about the highlights of her trip and some of the more difficult parts of her journey, including coming home.


Show Notes:

The Skype connection when we recorded this podcast wasn’t the best. Some parts may be difficult to hear and I’ve had to re-record a couple of my own questions for clarity.

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