Formosa


Taiwan 2017

 

After visiting Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany and Greece on our two previous trips, in 2017 we choose a radically different setting: In the month of November , we packed our bags and reunited once again, only this time, on the other side of the planet.

Formerly known as Formosa, the faraway island of Taiwan offered uncharted territory, never seen before spots, and a whole different atmosphere.

It also proved to be an invaluable experience, and a reminder of a few forgotten truths.

 

About the Cayenne Project:

In the summer of 2015, what is now known as the Cayenne crew gathered for the first time. Hailing from three different continents, this eclectic bunch brought a wide range of personalities and characters together: Over time, it also made us family. Indeed, what started as a one-time experiment has now grown into a long-term project, exploring the world on our inline skates, traveling each year a bit further.

 

Still photographs, moving images and written words are some of the tools we have chosen to help document the experience.

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Formosa


Taiwan 2017

 

After visiting Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany and Greece on our two previous trips, in 2017 we choose a radically different setting: In the month of November , we packed our bags and reunited once again, only this time, on the other side of the planet.

Formerly known as Formosa, the faraway island of Taiwan offered uncharted territory, never seen before spots, and a whole different atmosphere.

It also proved to be an invaluable experience, and a reminder of a few forgotten truths.

 

About the Cayenne Project:

In the summer of 2015, what is now known as the Cayenne crew gathered for the first time. Hailing from three different continents, this eclectic bunch brought a wide range of personalities and characters together: Over time, it also made us family. Indeed, what started as a one-time experiment has now grown into a long-term project, exploring the world on our inline skates, traveling each year a bit further.

 

Still photographs, moving images and written words are some of the tools we have chosen to help document the experience.