The Random Way Down – VLOG 11

The Random Way Down – VLOG 11

THE RANDOM WAY DOWN VLOG 11 Sam and Julie make it to the city of Medellin for a well deserved break. Then it’s a 35 mile descent down to the Cacus River before back up to 5000ft to the coffee triangle of Colombia. Here they sample some of the finest coffee in...
Our Tandem Bikepacking Setup

Our Tandem Bikepacking Setup

TANDEM BIKEPACKING SETUP FOR SOUTH AMERICA We knew the Andes were going to be tough going on the tandem, the mountain roads are notorious for being steep dirt roads which touch the heavens. We needed a plan to drastically cut the bikes weight down as we were starting...
Because of you…

Because of you…

MY GAP YEAR 2007/8 BECAUSE OF YOU... I guess this is my final Oscar speech of the trip. I sit here in my old bedroom from my teenage days, no more Claudia Schiffer or Cindy Crawford posters on the wall, no Spectrum computer, and no green shag carpet. I have over 3000...
SIX MONTH REVIEW

SIX MONTH REVIEW

MY GAP YEAR 2007/8 SIX MONTH REVIEW Six months have flown by, some days I think I’ve seen and done lot, other days I feel like I haven’t seen nearly enough. I now have six months left with no itinerary. The only thing I know is in September I shall be...
WHITE DOG POO

WHITE DOG POO

MY GAP YEAR 2007/8 WHITE DOG POO I can confirm that it still exists in South Africa....
SHARK DIVING IN SOUTH AFRICA

SHARK DIVING IN SOUTH AFRICA

MY GAP YEAR 2007/8 SHARK DIVING IN SOUTH AFRICA We woke up at the crack of dawn to escape the traffic of the Garden Route. A lovely (long) drive took us pass vineyards and ostrich farms… Let’s talk about ostriches for a moment. They really are the most...

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