The United Kingdom is, if everything goes according to plan, next summer, no longer a part of the European Union. A 28-year-old Brit shares his sorrow with Europe by a route of creating that ” Stop Brexit’ spelt using the gps.
Andy Pardy from Exeter is planning 32 to visit the countries and 30.000 km in Europe. So he wants via his gps, Stop Brexit’ mark on the map. Pardy left last month, after his job as a consultant opzegde. He started his trip with the letter S, and traveled for this purpose from Loch Lomond and Scotland via Northern Ireland, Ireland and Wales to Cornwall. Then he drove to Norway and Sweden for the letter T and O.
Driving along the Atlantic Road (Atlanterhavsveien) – an 8.3 km section of road that runs through a beautiful archipelago and connects the island of Averøy with the mainland Norway ?? Best section of driving yet! #StopBrexit
Next is the Brit going to the Baltic states ‘ drive to the letter T of Brexit to write, and travel for Spain and Portugal to the rest of the word backwards to games.
The reason for this trip is very politically inspired. “I’m frustrated by the way in which the debate on Brexit is conducted. I wanted to quit my job and find something for myself to do, ” says Pardy to The New European.
Fans can have the adventure of Pardy follow via a tracker on his website, Instagram and Twitter.
I’ve just downloaded my route log from Stage 1 (S) – I’ll be using this app to share & record my live location for the remaining stages ?? I’m hoping to commence Stage 2 (T) a week on Monday! Check out my website for the full route ???????? 30 countries, 28,000 km to go #stopbrexit