In this documentary you will find some of the most impressive moments of my journey around the world, and with your purchase you are not only supporting and helping me to make my dream come true, but perhaps it will also be the beginning of yours.
Pablo Garcia personal history, a middle-class Argentinean guy who expects to travel around the world by bike. He plans to accomplish his goal in two years and half. But after more than eleven years, the economic difficulties in his country and a love relationship on the way still stop him from totally fulfilling his dream.
After more than 15 years pedaling throughout all of the continents, I entered Argentina with a lot of excitement. Finally in spite of being very sick due to the last trail I did in Bolivia, my world tour was bringing me back to my country. During my route through the Argentinian Northwest, I experienced the public services in hospitals, came face to face with the reality of the the most forgotten towns and started knocking on doors looking for sponsors.
From “Uyuni” my path continued throughout one of the most breathtaking views on the planet, “El Salar de Uyuni” and “Reserva de fauna andina Eduardo Avaroa”. To get into this 500km that extends between 3600-5000m above sea level, with temperatures as low as -15°C, has been one of my major challenges. Despite the roads have been insanely rough, where you regret, fuss, yell and cry, undoubtedly the effort was worthy due in such trip, intense sensations come alive and reaches your soul.
After cycling for 146,000 km, upon my arrival to Maceio I stopped to rest and to do some time traveling. In this article, I share with you my first years in Brazil and how the idea of touring the World by bike was born. I’ll also tell you about the magic of returning to the Nova Vrajadhama farm in Pernambuco, a community of monks whose teachings and protection I take to make my dream come true.