The Dragon Tree, Tenerife

First post of 2022! Happy new year everyone let's hope this is the one for lots of traveling and exploring! This was the final part of our road trip which you can read part one here and part two here. After a brilliant visit to Puerto de la Cruz, we hopped back on the bike... Continue Reading →

Riding up Mount Teide, Tenerife

When we booked our trip to Tenerife, riding up Mount Teide was at the top of our list. Standing at an impressive 24,600 feet, this is the world's fourth largest volcano and one of the best motorcycle rides I've had the pleasure of experiencing. We rented a Kymco Super Dink 300 and it was... super... Continue Reading →

Abama Beach, Tenerife

Hands down this was my favourite beach in all of Tenerife... Not that I visited every beach to make this comparison but I bet if I did, I can almost guarantee I would still come to the same conclusion. Also known as Tenerife's "Secret Beach", Abama beach has soft, clean sand, calm waters, a restaurant/bar... Continue Reading →

The Classical Bike Show, Stafford

For over two decades the Classic Bike Show has attracted motorbike enthusiasts from various corners of the globe. It enables them to get up close and personal with bikes, bikers and other like minded people amongst the biking community. Attracting over 30,000 visitors per show, it remains the most popular and largest event of its... Continue Reading →

Sally Lunn’s House, Bath

Naked. This past week has been better. I am still down in the dumps about little Meggy, but I've been out more and my bike is almost all fixed so that's helping. So far I have replaced the CDI, rectifier, battery, fuel hoses, fuel switch valve, repaired the dodgey wiring in the front and pretty... Continue Reading →

The Goodwood Festival of Speed

Umbrellas and a negative covid test at the ready, we joined over 200,000 people at the Goodwood estate, for the Festival of Speed. Amongst those festival goers was none other than Tom Cruise. Of course his day was probably way more luxurious and involved a lot less mud than ours, but I'm still claiming to... Continue Reading →

Paddle boarding the river Avon

So a few changes have happened since I last wrote. Firstly... I've got a job! Well two jobs actually. I work in a warehouse and as a dog grooming assistant which are both part time. I didn't want anything too full on, so this is perfect for me as I still get some free time... Continue Reading →

Living life on standby

Adjusting to life after travelling is hard. I spent two and a half years travelling the world and I loved every minute of it. The experiences were life changing and with them I changed. I was living such an interesting life, like a book you can't put down, I was always excited for the next... Continue Reading →

Lizard Point, Cornwall

This is the second part to my previous post, which you can read all about here. After a lovely night in our sheppards hut in Looe, we were back on the bike and headed along the coast to Lizard Point. Our Harley Lizard Point is the most southern part of the UK. A popular walking... Continue Reading →

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 →

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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