The Ships’ Graveyard, Purton

I hope everyone is staying safe and looking after each other at this crazy time. At the moment, the UK is social distancing, not isolating unless you are showing symptoms. Our pubs, clubs, cafes, restaurants etc were closed on Friday. We have yet to go into lock down but the way things are going, I... Continue Reading →

A rainy day in Amsterdam

As we've got some time off work and having recently bought a Harley Davidson, we decided we'd ride to Amsterdam. From Bristol, it takes just over eight hours. We were going to break this up into two, but as rain was forecast all day on Wednesday, we rode all the way there. I'm glad we... Continue Reading →

Weston beach race

For the 36th year, Weston Super Mare underwent a massive transformation from the usual sancastles, donkey rides and ice creams to a huge endurance track. Over 1000 entries and only one winner, this was an intense race and a tiring one for those competing. At 1:30pm the engines start and so does the excitement of... Continue Reading →

Pai Canyon

I love Pai! I came to here two years ago whilst on a tour but only stayed for a few days. It was during rainy season back then, so it’s great to see Pai in the sunlight and not have to carry an umbrella. A quiet mountain town, Pai definitely has its own feel and... Continue Reading →

Our last stop, Hanoi

I'll start off by saying, getting there was not easy.If Google Maps tells you you're good to drive down a road, there's a 75% chance you're not. This has happened to us quite a few times on our trip. Also, every now and then we glanced at the map only to see that the road... Continue Reading →

Hue to Dong Hoi to Vinh

A few posts back I said that Vietnam's roads aren't as bad as what I thought they were... I take it back. The roads are absolutely mental.  If you look closely at the photo above, you'll see there are actually piglets in those baskets. I did get a closer image but I deleted it because... Continue Reading →

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