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Moab and the End of Ursula

Moab and the End - Wilson Arch

Yet another arduous task to write about: The end of Ursula. Why “Moab and the End of Ursula”? I’ve named this article as such as it came as a surprise the abrupt ending to my trip.  My journey did come to a sudden stop 4 days after arriving in Moab.[…]

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Xilitla and onto Tucson

Xilitla and onto Tucson Foreword This is a lot of distance covered, and despite a day stop over in San Luis Potosí­, the actual time stopped between Xilitla and onto Tucson was minimal. My feeling toward Mexico at this point was wearing thin and I couldn’t wait to be back[…]

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Mexico City

Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City

Hi all, I’ve been in Mexico City for a couple of weeks now, and my plans for the rest of my travels have panned out a different way.  Let me first tell you how I came to be here and then I’ll talk about what’s next. Mazatlán Firstly, From Mazatlán (dying of[…]

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Mazatlán, Mexico

Camping by the Beach

I’ve made it to Mazatlán, Mexico.  The past few weeks have been incredibly trying for me in terms of morale.  I have been persevering through one of the hardest times of this trip yet, questioning myself at every step. I’ll try and keep that narrative away from what I’ve been[…]

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South Lake Tahoe

Hi there, I’m in South Lake Tahoe. So from Beaverton, Oregon, I set off south toward the 101 highway following the coastline.  Making it to Yachats the first night, camping down a little trail, swamped with McDonald’s litter, after tidying up a little it was a very pleasant site, miles[…]

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Beaverton, Oregon

Hanging hammock in the Hoh National Forest

I am no longer in Portland or better said: Beaverton, Oregon, again ashamed of my delay with the blog writings but I must persevere. From Vancouver Island, I left Kim and his wonderful family in Victoria and caught myself a ferry to Port Angeles in Washington (back to the USA).[…]

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Haines, Alaska

Magic Bus

4th July Hi hi, again attempting to prevent the inevitable blog avoidance syndrome… I’m 100 miles south of the magic bus, camping in a rainforest of types; at the time of commencing this post. Very surreal situation lead me here, after leaving Anchorage a day later than planned having spent[…]

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Greece (Med Trip) Episode 1

For those of you who were following the Med Trip adventure in November 2013, the video-blog (vlog) footage has been worked on over the festive period and for the first instalment is here titled Greece (Med Trip) Episode 1 I hope you enjoy it! Neil’s in… Greece (Med Trip) Episode[…]

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Cascia… down by a river nearby

Hello again, Since arriving in Italy, we have only had one opportunity to get on the net. Allow me to debrief you: Ferry crossing was smooth, windy on deck and uneventful, arriving in Ancona after dark. Escaping Ancona in the dark was hellish! After trying to follow behind Noel with[…]

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Skye the Final Frontier

Hi guys, just a short line to tell you I’m in Skye with Noel. Drove up yesterday in his van with our bikes on his trailer. Not such a beautiful Skye Weather up here from the lake district was intermittent, at Fort William the weather was promising with the sun[…]

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Getting Ready for Scotland

Next week I am planning on heading up to Scotland with me old chum Noel for a few days around Skye and the surrounding area. Daisy (Suzuki DRZ400sm) is looking quite happy about this. I look forward to sharing done photos soon! Scotland Trip You can read more about this[…]

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Barcelona! (What a beautiful horizon)

[singlepic id=31 w= 320 h=240 float=left] [singlepic id=32 w=320 h=240 float=right] Ride to Barcelona So I took the plunge and rooooode 500+ km to Barcelona in one hit. I set off at dawn and made better progress than I had thought. The day started off pretty chilly and I was[…]

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