Sleeping I don’t know how many different places I have spent my nights during my bike tours around the world. Camping, sleeping in temples, schools, hospitals, bus stations, park benches etc. All is possible. camping in Kashmir 2006This is inside my cozy tent during my tour in Kashmir, 2006.Lato Hotel, KashmirLato Hotel in Kasmir. 2006.Gite D’etappe, Morocco 2008One of the Gites where we stayed during the High Atlas traverse, 2008. Dave on the photo.Inside a Moroccan house, 2008My “camp-spot” for one night in the Atlas mountains, 2008Club Alpin Francais, Morocco 2008Standing outside the Club Alpin Francais together with Ali. Atlas mountains, Morocco 2008.Shepherds tent, Syria 2010Mohammed the sheperd boy, standing outside their tent where I spent one night on my way from Aleppo to Palmyra in Syria 2010.Shepherds tent, Syria 2010The shepherds tents in the desert between Aleppo and Palmyra in 2010.At the homo of Ibrahim, local vet in SyriaIn the home of the local vet Ibrahim, together with his 2 guards. Syrian desert outside Aleppo 2010Small roadside house in southern Turkey, 2010Small roadside house in southern Turkey, 2010. Didn’t spend the night there, but enjoyed a nice one hour nap during the rain.My bike and tent in Turkey, 2010My bike and tent in Turkey, 2010. Somewhere in central Anatolia.Wet morning in Germany, 2010Wet morning in Germany, 2010Camping inside a Buddhist temple in Thailand, 2012Camping inside a Buddhist temple in Thailand, 2012. Our bikes safely parked inside also.Camping on a beach in Thailand, 2010Camping on a beach in Thailand, 2010Camping in Syria 2010First camp in Syria, 2010. Just across the border from Reyhanli, Turkey. Sebastian in the photo.