Badri Baldawa embarked on the road trip with his family On March 23 this year in their BMW X5, from Mumbai India, they drive across 19 Countries In 72 days covering about 22,200 km, before reaching London.
In a Facebook post earlier in March, he announced his decision to embarked on the trip with his wonderful family.
Mr. Baldawa is a steel exporter and a chartered accountant by profession, hails from Karnataka and now lives in Mumbai with his family, India times reports.
Previously, Baldawa had hiked up to one of the base camps of Mount Everest.
Has driven from Mumbai to Badrinath.
Has travelled to Antarctica and has drive across Iceland in 2015 along with his 10-year-old granddaughter Nishi, reports The Hindu.
The Mumbai to London road trip that they set out for this year, needed massive planning and the journey, albiet difficult time was enriching,Baldawa said in a statement.
They started planning last year along with some friends and decided to go to Imphal and then make their way to London via Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, China and Russia.
In an interview with The Hindu, Badri Baldwa said, “”There was no other alternate route to drive to London from Mumbai: if I were to drive via Pakistan and Afghanistan, there was no guarantee that I would make it alive. We could not go north via Tibet either, as China would not allow it,.”
When they reached Imphal, they were joined by 12 other vehicles on the same journey. The group had connections with the Indian government, and so their stay and dinner was managed by the Indian Embassy.
Baldawa also talked about the longest distance they covered in a single day; a whopping 930km from Warsaw to Brussels.
“On that day we had breakfast in Warsaw (Poland), lunch in Cologne (Germany), and dinner in Brussels (Belgium),” he added. Their journey through 19 countries, was a complete eye-opener for the Baldawas. From infrastructures to brillaint landscapes they got to see it all.
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