Hitch Hiker World Tour

A Frenchman has travelled over 100,000 miles around the world – by hitching a lift. From trekking in 50C heat through the deserts of Sudan to braving temperatures of -20C while thumbing a lift in Kazakhstan, Jeremy Marie has visited over 71 countries in the last five years. The 29-year-old globetrotter has hitched lifts with cars, boats, planes and even a donkey since he set off from Caen, Normandy in October 2007.

A Frenchman has travelled over 100,000 miles around the world - by hitching a lift. From trekking in 50C heat through the deserts of Sudan to braving temperatures of -20C  while thumbing a lift in Kazakhstan, Jeremy Marie has visited over 71 countries in the last five years. The 29-year-old globetrotter has hitched lifts with cars, boats, planes and even a donkey since he set off from Caen, Normandy in October 2007.

A Frenchman has travelled over 100,000 miles around the world - by hitching a lift. From trekking in 50C heat through the deserts of Sudan to braving temperatures of -20C  while thumbing a lift in Kazakhstan, Jeremy Marie has visited over 71 countries in the last five years. The 29-year-old globetrotter has hitched lifts with cars, boats, planes and even a donkey since he set off from Caen, Normandy in October 2007.

A Frenchman has travelled over 100,000 miles around the world - by hitching a lift. From trekking in 50C heat through the deserts of Sudan to braving temperatures of -20C  while thumbing a lift in Kazakhstan, Jeremy Marie has visited over 71 countries in the last five years. The 29-year-old globetrotter has hitched lifts with cars, boats, planes and even a donkey since he set off from Caen, Normandy in October 2007.

A Frenchman has travelled over 100,000 miles around the world - by hitching a lift. From trekking in 50C heat through the deserts of Sudan to braving temperatures of -20C  while thumbing a lift in Kazakhstan, Jeremy Marie has visited over 71 countries in the last five years. The 29-year-old globetrotter has hitched lifts with cars, boats, planes and even a donkey since he set off from Caen, Normandy in October 2007.