"bosquetar" is the feeling you get when you're travelling everywhere and anywhere with no money in your pocket, you only need a healty level of insanity and a lot of friends.
It means wearing what you like and doing what you love, without caring about what other people think.
In România, bosquetar usually means homeless people and we found out that the world is our home. Every place, ocean and mountain.. and we plan on visiting them all.
Bosquetar is what we do day by day: travelling, having fun, enjoying life as students to the fullest.
We're spontanous, open-minded and born for adventure.
Do you ask us if we can make it? Of course we can.. And we will.
Alexander Roberto Andrei
My name is Alexander, but my friends know me as Roger, don't ask me why.
I am a 21 years old geography student at University of Bucharest, a lover for adventure and I'm eager to experience new sensations with other crazy friends like me.
I am ready to go to the unknown world with Alex Voicu and Alex Manaila, because we are Team Bosquetar, we eat a bit, we sleep a little and we have a lot of fun!
Alexandru Andrei Mănăilă
I am Alex. The third and youngest Alex from the Bosquetar team. I am 21 years old and I am a student at the Faculty of Geography of the University of Bucharest.
I'm a calm person and I think that can help me in tense situations. I love traveling. With a little help from my teammates, I discovered my passion for travel. I owe them. I think this competition will be one of the best experiences you will live with Roger and Voicu. I'm eager to feel the energy of RedBull - Can You Make It.
Alexandru Gabriel Voicu
My name is Voicu Alexandru Gabriel and I'm a 24 years old geography student at University of Bucharest.
I like to travel with my friends and I do this whenever I get the chance to do it.
We have traveled all over the country since we've been students and made all kind of stuffs together... but now we are driving our madness at an European level.
I can't wait to start this adventure and get to know all the challenges that'll come up in our path.
We're used to do things in a "Bosquetar" style and I would not think it would be a problem to carry a huge backpack, to sleep in the train stations, or to interact with the people we'll meet.
Let's bosquetarize Europe!