On July 12, 2020, our journey into the unknown began, but we already wrote enough about that.
If someone had suggested to me two years ago that I should visit the Arabian Peninsula, I would have considered them crazy. However, it was I who was crazy and consumed by prejudices.
Now - 1.5 years, 2 rounds, 34,000 km, and 7 countries - later, our journey through the Arabian Peninsula has come to an end and it was just spectacular.
We can hardly put all our adventures into words. Equally indescribable is, how incredibly friendly and warm-hearted the Arabs are, whether they are from Kuwait, Bahrain, the Emirates, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, or even Iraq.
We have learned so much from the Arabs during this quite long time. Their social coexistence, their culture, and their religion... and thus, we have become more tolerant, open-minded, and wiser to a great extent.
1.5 years that we will certainly never forget and it saddened us that we eventually had to move on.
We say: WOW! We say: Thank you!
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Read about our adventures in Dubai, our vehicle troubles in Saudi Arabia, crossing the Rub' al Khali, our experiences with friends in the most beautiful deserts in the arabian world and our encounters with friendly, peaceful, and simply lovable people from these countries.
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