17
Feb

Motorcycle Diaries from Around the World with Allan Karl, Part 1

Posted By Trav

Ep-144

What do you do when a fork shows up in your road?

Do you pursue your passions? Or let fear dictate the course?

Allan Karl decided to follow his passion, and as he says, the decision was hard, but leaving was easy.

He went on to visit over 30 countries on a 3 year long ride around the world. From the deserts of Sudan to the rainy roads of Brazil Allan has so many stories to share that we had to split the episode in half!

In today’s episodes we chat about some of his more stressful moments along the way, but make sure to check back on Thursday for the conclusion of his journey, and how he went around major publishers to publish his novel Forks: A Quest for Culture, Cuisine, and Connection.

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In This Episode:

  • 5:10 The Journey Itself.
  • 10:38 The Biggest Obstacle
  • 14:14 Waterfalls, Ak-47’s and Cameras.
  • 20:32 Hitting Rock Bottom in the Mud
  • 32:28 The Challenges of Wet, and Dry, Riding

and much more!

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3 comments

  1. Rose De La Cruz says:

    It took a step of faith :-) Exciting I’m sure :-) Thank you for this :-) Yes! Must get out of the box one day :-) Blessings to you always :-)!

    1. Trav says:

      @Rose De La Crus- Yep, just little by little, step out of your comfort zone!

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