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Belgium (SB Overseas HQ)
The United Kingdom
Starting on August 1st, they set off from Córdoba, in Andalusia, Spain and cycled northwards, crossing into France, Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium. They met Louma Albik at the SB HQ in Brussels. If you would like to learn more about the work that she does, click here! They eventually got to Tim’s hometown of Rotterdam, where they rested for a few days. From there they took a ferry to Hull and cycled across England to Liverpool, where they crossed the Irish Sea to Dublin. The journey to Dublin took 96 days and they faced many challenges along the way. However, they are pale in comparison to those challenges facing many Syrian men, women and children on their hazardous journeys across the Mediterranean and across Europe’s borders in recent years.
This Google Spreadsheet includes all the stopping points dates of arrival at each, including the distances and elevations and difficulty at each stage.