India to Australia: An epic scooter journey to showcase cross-cultural friendship

Irshad's ambitious journey is expected to span approximately 40,000 kilometers over the course of 18 months.

Irshad, a man from Kerala, India, has embarked on an extraordinary journey that has captured the attention of people worldwide.

Unlike your typical travellers who opt for bikes, cars or boats, Irshad has chosen a scooter as his mode of transport for a remarkable voyage from India to Australia.

A video showcasing Irshad’s journey has circulated widely across social media platforms, garnering significant attention. The intrepid traveller has shared his plans and experiences through Instagram, where his posts have received overwhelming support.

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Irshad’s ambitious journey is expected to span approximately 40,000 kilometres over the course of 18 months. Along the way, he plans to traverse through 13 countries, including India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia.

To reach Australia, Irshad will conclude his overland journey on the coast of Indonesia, from where he will continue by ship to his final destination. Once in Australia, he aims to explore well-known landmarks before eventually returning to India.

Despite the challenges that lie ahead, Irshad remains undeterred in his pursuit of this epic adventure. In one of his videos, he can be seen resting at a campsite, taking a moment to recharge for the road ahead.

As Irshad continues his journey, he has received an outpouring of support from admirers and well-wishers. Many have congratulated him on his endeavour and expressed hopes for his safe travels. Some have even offered practical advice, such as regularly changing the engine oil of their scooter every 1000 kilometres.

Irshad’s journey serves as a testament to human determination and the boundless possibilities of adventure, inspiring countless individuals to dream big and explore the world in unconventional ways.

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