Norwegian windsurfer takes break on Black Sea coast
ORDU- Anadolu Agency
In the midst of a journey to windsurf around Europe, a Norwegian adventurer stopped off for a rest on April 25 in Turkey’s Black Sea region.
“After arriving, I realized Ünye was a friendly place and I had things to do. I decided to stay one more day as the wind wasn’t good enough. I met plenty of people here,” he said.
He said he wanted to reach Russia and Abkhazia, Georgia, on the Black Sea’s eastern coast, then return to Norway by bicycle.
In a previously released statement explaining his motivation for his journey, Dunnett said: “There are numerous reasons. They all boil down to having the opportunity. Having the opportunity is such a privilege that it feels an obligation to accept. This is the only path available for me to be true to myself.”
“The fear of regret - of having had the opportunity and not trying - is more powerful than the fear involved in giving it a go! For now, the path of expedition windsurfer seems right.”