It’s not often that you get to tell people that you enjoy a good slap, yet for the last week I’ve experienced a fair few. Before we go any further, slap is the Slovenian word for a waterfall (sorry to disappoint) something of which there have been many these last days. Continue reading →
I’m going to start with just 2 words, Bloody Brexit. Please treat both of the above as swear words from now on as Brexit is the reason I’ve just spent 13 hot and sweaty hours on an overnight bus to travel across France to Italy. Some may prefer this option to cycling over the mountain ranges between the 2 countries but I would have happily chosen to ride it if it weren’t for Brexit. Continue reading →
Physics, and the application of, has never been my strong point. In fact we gratefully parted company in my early teens after I set fire to the school lab during an experiment and I’ve been happily oblivious since.
Riding bikes however, I’ve discovered you just can’t get away from the subject and the effect is has on daily life. Continue reading →
After a few weeks on the road now it’s evident that camping has become a big part of our day and, whilst no one who saw us pich up, would call it a professional operation, we are certainly improving. Spending so much time in campgrounds you also develop a mental checklist of the areas of importance. Here are my top 5 tips so far. Continue reading →