Should anyone ask, it take 180 hours from Munich to Peking

I’ve been browsing some journeys on the Bahn website and decided to see just how far it’s possible to travel. Quite far is the answer. All the way to Peking on the Trans-Siberian railway. Basically Munich - Moscow, Moskow - Peking. Quite a nice adventure if you have 181 hours to kill - 8 days of being on a train!

Should anyone ask, it take 180 hours from Munich to Peking

I’ve been browsing some journeys on the Bahn website and decided to see just how far it’s possible to travel. Quite far is the answer. All the way to Peking on the Trans-Siberian railway. Basically Munich - Moscow, Moskow - Peking. Quite a nice adventure if you have 181 hours to kill - 8 days of being on a train!


Should anyone ask, Buddycloud has a blog


The team has been jamming away on a great mobile client, location butler and website.  And now has a blog too.  Read all about location changing everything at blog.buddycloud.com.

Should anyone ask, Buddycloud has a blog

The team has been jamming away on a great mobile client, location butler and website.  And now has a blog too.  Read all about location changing everything at blog.buddycloud.com.

Should anyone ask, I only manage 2km at the pool


Imagine swimming 5269 kilometres down the worlds most deadly river.

1) What were the biggest challenges you faced on the Amazon swim?

The biggest challenges were:

—Dealing with pirates; trying to not come into their hands.
We tried to go through their territories unnoticed, and use local people and their knowledge to help us.

—Piranhas, snakes, spiders, candirú, bull shark or other animals which make unpredictable attack; you have to be ready all the time if any piranha attack you. We had some buckets of blood ready in case of emergency, to distract the piranha and get them away from me if necessary. We saw a deadly bushmaster snake, but luckily I didn’t step on it. If I had stepped on it I would have been dead in less than an hour.

—Malaria, dengue and other unknown infections I could easily get in such a water/jungle environment. It looks like I have an “iron” body and very good immune system.

—Floating debris; I tried not to touch any of the debris floating downstream as it might carry a snake, spider, red ants or any other poisonous animals

—Peeing; I didn’t pee into the water straight as this attracts a very dangerous fish called the candirú, which lodges up human orifices with a razor-like spike and then sucks your blood. I was peeing all the time through the wetsuit.

More on Tim Ferris’ site.

Should anyone ask, I only manage 2km at the pool

Imagine swimming 5269 kilometres down the worlds most deadly river.

1) What were the biggest challenges you faced on the Amazon swim?

The biggest challenges were:

—Dealing with pirates; trying to not come into their hands.
We tried to go through their territories unnoticed, and use local people and their knowledge to help us.

—Piranhas, snakes, spiders, candirú, bull shark or other animals which make unpredictable attack; you have to be ready all the time if any piranha attack you. We had some buckets of blood ready in case of emergency, to distract the piranha and get them away from me if necessary. We saw a deadly bushmaster snake, but luckily I didn’t step on it. If I had stepped on it I would have been dead in less than an hour.

—Malaria, dengue and other unknown infections I could easily get in such a water/jungle environment. It looks like I have an “iron” body and very good immune system.

—Floating debris; I tried not to touch any of the debris floating downstream as it might carry a snake, spider, red ants or any other poisonous animals

—Peeing; I didn’t pee into the water straight as this attracts a very dangerous fish called the candirú, which lodges up human orifices with a razor-like spike and then sucks your blood. I was peeing all the time through the wetsuit.

More on Tim Ferris’ site.

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