So - travelling from London to Cape Town
Hey there guys
I'm planning a trip in circa 3 years from here in London to Cape Town and will be doing this on a bike (of the motor persuasion!).
What I want to know - is, well, rather bizarre!
I've done several trips in the past, although actually in a car but the whole route has been organised by someone else.
This one I will be planning on my own and, most likely, as it stands will be doing this on my own (although, 3 years is a long time!).
As I said, I'll be heading into Africa, probably through Turkey into Egypt and head into Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya etc etc etc - basically head south from there.
I don't want to just bash the miles out on the tarmac and would like to get off the black stuff and onto some trails - but what's the best way to find them?
Also, a second seemingly odd question when I'm in the middle of Kenya (or some other random African country), and need fuel - how the hell am I going to go about finding it?!?! Obviously, my bike will have a good sized tank, plus I'll carry a bit extra, but I doubt my Garmin will have all the fuel stations in it like it does for here in the UK!!
Cheers for the help guys