Christian, traveling around the world, stopped for a few months in the Azores. The love for bicycles was the ‘chain’ link in our friendship. We made a friend. (the story of Christian Here).
Throughout his 20 years of travel across the four corners of the world, Christian has developed skills in both manual and culinary arts worthy of registration.
Before his departure he wanted to offer us a gift. He got a wood trunk, asked us some basic tools and got down to work. For three days he sculpted the trunk, next to his tent, in Sete Cidades. With the sculpture made and a tin of varnish to make the contrast, he presented us the final work. It has a very special meaning for us and it is our flag.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was right when he wrote “Those who pass by us, do not go alone, do not leave us alone. They leave a bit of themselves, they take a little of us”.