An American couple found many moments of kindness while cycling the world. Then came Day 369.

Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Rukmini Callimachi New York Times  August 07, 2018 Asked why they had quit their office jobs and set off on a biking journey around the world, the young American couple offered a simple explanation: They had grown tired of the meetings and teleconferences, of the time sheets and password changes.“There’s magic out there, in this great big beautiful world,” wrote Jay Austin who, along with his girlfriend, Lauren Geoghegan, gave his two weeks’ notice last year before shipping his bicycle to Africa.They were often proved right. Advertisement On Day 319 of their journey, a Kazakh man stopped his truck, said hello and handed them ice cream bars. In a meadow where they had pitched their tent on Day 342, a family showed up with stringed instruments and treated them to an open-air concert. And on Day 359, two pigtailed girls met them at the top of a pass in Kyrgyzstan with a bouquet of flowers. Get Today’s Headlines in your inbox: The day’s top stories delivered every morning. Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here There were… Read full this story

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