Europe

San Bernardo Pass Italy

Turin via the San Bernardo Pass

A beautiful clear winters day greeted us as we packed the bike this morning to head over the San Bernardo Pass to Turin. The top box bracket that was welded yesterday looks pretty rough. The top box looks like it’s … read more

Asia

Going Bush Mongolian Style

Up early in readiness for an 8 o’clock pick up as were going bush Mongolian style. We were met by Galaa our English speaking guide and Jara our driver. We were picked up in a ex Russian military UAZ 452 … read more

Australia

Medals Engelfeld Green

Delivering a Medal 102 years later.

Today I completed one of the most enjoyable jobs I’ve had for the last couple of years. It was delivering 102 year old medals. The job started out as a simple Facebook request mid-July, from Toni at Flinders Naval Depot … read more

Reviews

Balloons Cappadocia

Hot Air Ballooning in Cappadocia With Butterfly Balloons

Seeing pictures of Hot Air Balloons over Cappadocia made us add this to our bucket list a long time ago and this morning we finally got to experience it. After an exhaustive online search of companies we settled on Butterfly … read more

Couchsurfing

Rizzi Building Braunschweig

Braunschweig to Bremen, Germany

After a few days catching up with Sabrina in Braunschweig once again it was time to hit the road. With a new rear tyre the bike felt much better on the cobbled streets as we headed out of the city. … read more

Planning

What You (Probably) Don’t Know About Travel Insurance

  Travel insurance is perhaps one of the most unexciting parts of planning a trip, especially if you’re planning multiple stops around the world and there’s accommodation, food and activities to think about. But the benefits of having travel insurance … read more