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Venezuela 🇻🇪has a very special place in our hearts❤️. During our 3️⃣-months stay, we went through the toughest times during our journey through South America🏔️⛰️🚴‍♀️🚴‍♂️. Yet we met the most wonderful people🤸‍♀️🙆‍♀️🤸‍♂️🙆‍♂️,who made this adventure memorable💛💙❤️❗
We couldn't be more thankful! 🙌🙃
Check out the very first vlog post about our crazy exploration! Saludos! 👋😘

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The Tandem Ramble made a 5️⃣️0️⃣️ minutes documentary in Spanish with Telesocopó C.A. in Socopó, Venezuela🇻🇪,which was a lot of fun🤩. Watch the full video and share this link!

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Ben met the reggae👩‍🎤star⭐Queen Omega
in Trinidad🇹🇹. Don’t miss to watch the interview🎤🎙️🎥🎞️📽️🎬 and check out her tunes🔉🔊🔈.
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Golte hotel & mountain resort in Slovenia remains dear to our hearts.❤️ We enjoyed every second in this beautiful place which is a perfect combination between #relaxation 💆‍♀️💆‍♂️🧘‍♀️🧘‍♂️and #action! 🧗‍♂️🤸‍♂️🤸‍♀️🚵‍♂️🏌️‍♀️Watch 👀the video 🎞️🎬of our stay and feel the good vibes!💚🗻☀️

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The Wet Open Air in Germany reunites every year thousands of fanatic electro music 🔉🔊🎶fans who like to experience a truly extraordinary event. 👾💣👌The location is certainly hard to top 🤩🙆‍♂️🙆‍♀️❤️as you will find yourself as well as some of the creme de la creme of the German Dj 🎧🎚️🎛️elite in and around a swimming pool.💦👙☀️🌈 Check out our visit in 2017, enjoy the atmosphere and go on a sound 🎵🎵journey with TheTandemRamble.

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Check out TheTandemRamble ‘s appearance in The Afternoon Show With JD about the topic ACTIVE LIVING🏃‍♂️💃🧗‍♂️🧘‍♀️🚣‍♂️🏊‍♀️🏋️‍♂️🤸‍♀️ for the English speaking radio channel 📻Gwangju Foreign Network in South Korea with Ben’s brother Valentin Nerding as co-host.👌

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BELARUS

It has been almost 5 months since we moved together to Spain. It’s not that we didn’t like it there, on the contrary. We loved our slow lives, the warm climate, the sea and the comfort of falling asleep in our own bed every night. We just felt that the time had come to hit the road again and look for new adventures. We wanted to visit Andorra and couldn’t wait to be back in Poland to meet the newborn baby girl of Marta’s sister- little Zosia. Afterwards we were going to undertake a round trip through entire Belarus. Thus we quit our jobs, said goodbye to our neighbors and packed our bags.

As always we were hitchhiking, which is, for some mysterious reason, freaking hard in Spain. We walked (or waited) for many hours trying to catch rides. And yet, despite all the inconveniences we felt exhilarated and happy not knowing where we would spend the night. We camped on the countryside and enjoyed the warm summer evenings outdoors.

Four days after leaving home we finally reached Andorra. Tired and soaking wet after a heavy rainfall but in surprisingly good mood we entered the apartment of our couchsurfing host- Manuel. Thanks to him we could spend the next day climbing Via Ferrata and admiring the breathtaking mountains of Andorra. It was a truly extraordinary experience.

After leaving this little state we light speed traveled through France. Only after two days we were in Germany drinking coffee with Ben’s parents in their garden.

Craving for some action after only a few days we hitched to Zurich where we got crazy with more than 1 million people on the Street Parade. But it wasn’t the end!

Right after reaching Poland a few days later we attended another party- a real Polish wedding which lasted two days and caused loads of hangovers. It also kept Ben very impressed with the variety and amount of food served. But there was no time to waste. We picked up our visas in Warsaw and set off towards East, to Belarus.

We have been looking forward to our visit to Belarus for quite some time. We were both pretty excited to get to know people,culture and history of a country we knew almost nothing about.

Unfortunately our journey started with a rather unpleasant experience. After crossing the border we had 5 working days to register our visas. Since we arrived on a Wednesday we were sure that the following Tuesday would be the last day to register at the immigration office in Minsk. Thus we took our time to see Brest,Cherni and Baranovici. Our friend, Anton, agreed to help us to register our visas on Monday (a million thanks for that!). However it turned out that the immigration office is closed on Mondays.

So, long story short: The office is open every day but Sunday and Monday. Though Monday still officially remains a working day. So the conclusion was simple: For them we were one day late and for us that was totally ridiculous! We tried everything: asking, shouting, smiling and threatening (we even called our embassies!).There was no way for us to avoid Belarusian justice. After a day long battle we eventually had to pay a fine.

Apart from that experience we had exclusively great moments and met only lovely people who made us feel at home from the first second. Each day we were eating the most delicious Belarussian dishes. We are pretty sure that we have tasted all kinds of Draniki (a national dish-sort of a potato pancake).We were even taught how to prepare them!

Frankly speaking Belarus doesn’t have breathtaking mountains, beautiful beaches or cities with extraordinary architecture. The country is flat as a flounder, covered with forests and fields. Minsk though has it’s charm, especially the old town is worth seeing. But it still remains an example of a post-soviet city with massive, grey buildings and wide streets. What we truly loved about this country is its countryside. Lovely little houses painted with every color you can imagine.Great are also the huge stoves inside to cook and keep the interiors warm. We loved the gardens with the craziest decorations and ornaments. We could admire plastic palms right next to apple trees. We observed animals running around the yards and people chatting on benches in front of their houses. We enjoyed warm teas at the evening and self made cakes for breakfast. Falling asleep on a feather-stuffed pillows seemed like a first-class luxury after a whole day on the road.

What makes Belarus a genuinely unique country is without any doubt its people. They are unconditionally helpful, cheerful and welcoming as well as easy going and talkative. Every person we had a chance to meet taught us something new. We had a lot of interesting discussions and great laughs together. People we had just met immediately made us feel at ease. We are grateful for every day we have spent together.

After more than 3 weeks of hitchhiking around the Republic of Belarus we left reluctantly. We want to dedicate this post to all people we have met in this beautiful country for opening up to us.

Thank you so much for all the help, the enormous hospitality and wonderful moments we have spent together.
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