ABOUT FRAU FETT

My name is Carmen Fett. I am a trained photographer and fashion designer but have discovered my love for theater and costume design and prefer to work on specific projects.

I love sport, specially outside or in the swimming pool. Any spare time I have after enjoying cultural activities, is spent on sport. Participating in triathlons gives me immense satisfaction. I love the thought of being able to get across water through swimming and running distances across the countryside, using my own strength or helped by my bike. The feeling of being able to get to wherever I want inspires me.

As a young person and even as a child, I loved running and always preferred cycling or running to using a bus or train. I still haven’t got a driving license! Since participating in triathlons, I have discovered racing bikes, outgrowing my ‘Hollandrad’ and ‚Klappo’. Cycling took on a new meaning for me. Intensive training made me faster and distances I covered became further and further. It became clear that I could reach any location on my bike and that experience fulfilled me with happiness and satisfaction. Riding my bike equals happiness for me and brings a smile to my face every time. It has become a symbol of freedom for me. Cycling has become my epitome of freedom!

I have always thought of going on a bike tour, just cycling, may be even without a particular end point in mind. I have cycled through Austria and Slovenia. A few months after that tour, I tackled a longer distance through Switzerland, Belgium and France. I am wondering if it is a sign of being very independent from an early age that I need to get to places using just myself as power?

In the summer of 2018 I will be through four weeks UK hazards. England, Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland, I am still excited about nature, the unspeakable peace. 3000 kilometers, an average of 9 hours on the bike, 30 days under the open sky, only with my hammock and my sleeping bag, without a tent, because I did not have one. Already during my tour I did not like to quit coming to the "back home" and already dreamed of my next, somewhat bigger adventure, my "Little Big Adventure, Vol. 2".

I love sport, specially outside or in the swimming pool. Any spare time I have after enjoying cultural activities, is spent on sport. Participating in triathlons gives me immense satisfaction. I love the thought of being able to get across water through swimming and running distances across the countryside, using my own strength or helped by my bike. The feeling of being able to get to wherever I want inspires me.

As a young person and even as a child, I loved running and always preferred cycling or running to using a bus or train. I still haven’t got a driving license! Since participating in triathlons, I have discovered racing bikes, outgrowing my ‘Hollandrad’ and ‚Klappo’. Cycling took on a new meaning for me. Intensive training made me faster and distances I covered became further and further. It became clear that I could reach any location on my bike and that experience fulfilled me with happiness and satisfaction. Riding my bike equals happiness for me and brings a smile to my face every time. It has become a symbol of freedom for me. Cycling has become my epitome of freedom!

I have always thought of going on a bike tour, just cycling, may be even without a particular end point in mind. I have cycled through Austria and Slovenia. A few months after that tour, I tackled a longer distance through Switzerland, Belgium and France. I am wondering if it is a sign of being very independent from an early age that I need to get to places using just myself as power?

In the summer of 2018 I will be through four weeks UK hazards. England, Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland, I am still excited about nature, the unspeakable peace. 3000 kilometers, an average of 9 hours on the bike, 30 days under the open sky, only with my hammock and my sleeping bag, without a tent, because I did not have one. Already during my tour I did not like to quit coming to the "back home" and already dreamed of my next, somewhat bigger adventure, my "Little Big Adventure, Vol. 2".

IMPRESSIONS FROM THE FIRST ADVENTURE