Couple's 20 000 km cycle tour from Amsterdam ends in the Mother City

A Knysna couple who embarked on a bicycle adventure from Amsterdam to Cape Town has finally arrived in the Mother City.

Colleen and Peter McNulty have travelled over 20 000 Km across 20 countries in about 18 months.

Also read: Knysna couple cycles from Amsterdam to Cape Town

On Sunday they arrived at the V&A Waterfront where they were met by friends and family.

They speak to CapeTalk's Africa Melane about their adventure.

Yesterday we finished at the Waterfront to an amazing group of friends and family who welcomed us.

Colleen McNulty

One of the lessons we've learned is to slow down, look around and enjoy what you've got. There is so much to enjoy and I'm actually sad it's over.

Peter McNulty

Colleen kept a meticulous diary and blog of the trip and plans to publish a book chronicling their adventure.

To hear the rest of the conversation with Colleen and Peter McNulty, listen below:


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