Self-proclaimed “Bitchhiker”, Ronja has crossed Europe from the Sahara to Istanbul. Whether travelling by foot, bike, or in other people’s cars, she and her ukulele don’t care about things “too dangerous for girls”. Wanting to see a world in which people trust each other more, she offers non-advice to female hitch-hikers and also rocks the social action scene in Oxford, where she studies Philosophy & Linguistics.
My work elsewhere:
- My articles on Cafebabel, for example about my hitchhiking trip in Norway and streetart in Kathmandu.
- Me on Not So Popular, describing how I hitchhiked on my own from Morocco back to Germany (this is the article to which I also owe the word “bitchhiking”)