10,000 kilometers. Three or four weeks. Various countries, such as Turkey, Romania, Hungary or Iran.
On August 9, 2015, two young Germans, start their trip from Munich, Germany to Tajikistan capital Dushanbe. As part of a rally for charity – and for small cars.
“We try to tank up wherever it is possible,” says Arne Henschel, one of the drivers. He and Stephan Weber will rotate duties of driving. In shifts of two to four hours, as Weber reveals.
For Weber and Henschel charity is the most important part of the rally. With the option of an adventure closely on second position.
After arriving Dushanbe both will auction their car for charity and then fly off to Bangkok and Taiwan – for a holiday, since the trip before can be a bit exhausting.