He has been counting on the goodness of others for food and lodging during his journey. He has received a lot of donated nights and meals from hotels and restaurants along his route and been taken in for a night or two by friends and family. The goodness of others have also led him on some grand adventures within his grand adventure.
"I met these marine guys in Virginia." he said. "On the weekends they work at this sky-diving company at Sky Dive Myrtle Beach. So three weeks after I'm in Myrtle Beach and I went sky-diving with these guys."
Liu Roqueni has had to adapt and adjust his original plan. He tweaked his route more than a few times. After a couple weeks running with a backpack he switched to a baby buggy to carry his gear. He's even worn the thinnest of sandals for his runs after getting a small piece of glass lodged into his foot.
"Anything that I have to do to make sure that I make it to the end of the world safely, I'll do it." Liu Roqueni said.
He says the people he's met along the way helps keep him running towards the end of the world.
"People are telling me their own personal stories. How they got motivated to do this or that. So, that inspires me too. It pushes me to keep moving forward and I love that."
(Photo Courtesy: Joseph Michael Kai-Tsu Liu Roqueni)
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