Rock singer Ali Azmat says he covered over 10,000 kilometres in Europe on his motorcycle across various cities of Europe in three weeks to “reinvigorate” his soul.
On his return to London after reaching the northernmost piece of land with fellow Pakistani biker Burhan Khan, the man behind the iconic tracks produced by Junoon told local media that the experience has left him “refreshed and recharged”.
They passed through France, Holland, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Greenland, Finland and many other countries as part of their adventure.
“You have to make time for yourself. You do it for your soul which needs re-plugging now and then. It’s a heavenly experience to be out of your comfort zone and live on mountains, tents and in the open, all on your own. You feel so much better and elevated,” said Azmat.
Azmat and Khan rented large motorcycles from London over a month ago and then set out on a tumultuous journey which took them through more than a dozen countries, through rain, strong winds and illnesses that accompany such adventures.
“I have covered almost every part of Pakistan, every mountain and hilly area and plains we have been to on our bikes, but we had reservations about travelling in Europe. We decided to obtain visas of Europe from London. We bought lots of antibiotics and then left on our bikes. There was lots of winds and rain on the way and I fell ill after three days,” said Azmat.
Azmat said he goes on adventurous journeys to “cleanse” his soul and advised others to do the same.
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27 September, 2019