Gloucester Cathedral

Where is the time going? Already we are half way through September and I barely got a chance to enjoy the Summer! Although Autumn is my favourite time of year, it would of been nice going into it with a little bit of a tan. This week I visited the Gloucester Cathedral with my friend,... Continue Reading →

The Moon at Bristol Cathedral

Luke Jerram’s Moon is currently touring and being displayed all around the world and from the 11th August - 30th August, it was at Bristol Cathedral. My sister and I were lucky enough to see it and it was incredible. The sculpture is a scale model photo-real balloon which is lit from the inside. Surrounded... 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 →

A ghostly tour around Bristol

Last night I toured around Bristol on a ghost walk and it was so much fun. I learned so much about the history of the places I've walked past countless of times, having no idea what secrets lie behind the walls and beneath the floors (add dramatic music here). We learned about filming locations, murders,... Continue Reading →

William Tyndale Monument, Nibbly Knoll

After years of driving on the M5, pointing and saying, "We'll go up there one day..." We finally went up there! The William Tyndale Monument can be found on a hill looking over the North of Nibbly. Standing at 111ft tall, it was built in 1866 in rememberance of William Tyndale. Mitch thinking he's hilarious,... Continue Reading →

A brief afternoon in Brussels, Belgium

After leaving Amsterdam we rode to Brussels. It took us about three hours with a couple of stops along the way. Riding through the Netherlands is basically green fields, beautiful waterways, cows and the occasional windmill. It's stunning. We rode a long the motorway so I didn't really get any photos but here's one 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 →

Sisters in Paris

For such a stressful morning, things actually ran perfectly smoothly. At 5:15am my sister and I took an Uber for our 6:00am coach. Other than four kids having a screaming match and being wedged in like a sardine, the couch journey was okay. That was until we got to London city and hit a huge... Continue Reading →

Monkey Forest, Ubud

Let's be honest, you can't go to Bali with out visiting Ubud. A strong statement yes, but it's a justified one! One of my must-see attractions in Ubud is the Monkey Forest. The entry fee is 50,000rp and it takes around half an hour to walk around the whole forest. I like monkeys but they... Continue Reading →

Ha Long Bay

This was our last stop before we got to Hanoi and completed our trip. We had booked three days here so this was our time to relax and let our bottoms rest. This trip has been incredible but my bottom will never get used to sitting on a bike for more than four hours every... 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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