So my long awaited round the world trip has begun, even tho` theres no flyer.
To B honest it didn`t end up the way I hv imagined, so skipped that part. Just too busy, travelling. The original concept was to skate an old bathtub in the woods, but was nowhere to be found. So if u know one tell me where the heck it is. I must have that trick. Anyaway I’m gonna come up with a poster sooner or later.
The plan is to raise money again for cancer research.
This time I pushed a little further. I GO Global.
I Roll throughout the world in aid of the charity of my choice.
I have no fixed plans, the schedule can be followed on the website, cities and dates will be announced on the go, few days bfore I get there. This multi-continent tour will cover more then 24 000 miles.
I would B grateful if you could support me.
I started my trip in England,
Some highlights have included the Shred Cologne comp. Turned up with my freshly redesigned skates, finished them off at the station, put them out to dry at the park, yeah I guess, should hv warned that: caution, wet paint! coz not one checked them out..
I Skated and partied with a concussion, the feeling of the pressure in my head was unbearable and caused me balance problems, although that could be easily blamed on the bottle of vodka we found in the street. Having seen a friend of mine with a badly smashed face after walking into a train I considered myself lucky.
Slowly I made my way to Ukraine. Had a crazy weekend in Austria beforehand.
I was hoping to go on the Trans Siberian railway, as its the longest railroad in the world!! Wanted to do this trip properly n do not cheat: take the train the whole way. Was gonna reach Beijing Via Mongolia, the Gobi desert. Would hv taken about 2 weeks. But the russians were taking the piss, had visa issues and wasn`t allowed to cross the border. Had enough, was freaking cold as well, more holes in my jeans n more bruises came. Hopped on a train, went back 2 Europe, caught a flight to Istanbul. Was hanging out with friends in Turkey, had a `If you’re happy… clap your hands` kinda session. Small park, big time fun! Thanx for everything, Ozan!