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Posted by LifeRemotely on 26 Nov 2012 - 17:56
Quit my job in New York nearly a year ago to travel the Americas on a 1975 Honda CB500T. Crossed the states and went to Alaska and the Arctic Circle before heading south through Mexico and C.A. Currently in Ecuador waiting out the Patagonian winter... To ride the dog means to ride the bus. (Greyhound)
Posted by admin on 29 Apr 2012 - 16:56
Travelblog, in dutch but soon with short reviews in English
Posted by Grant Johnson on 21 Nov 2011 - 14:43
We are a Swiss couple who travel with our Toyota Land Cruiser, called Mahangu around the world. We left Switzerland in September 2006 and travelled already some part of this wonderful world. And we still love it and continue... If you want to know more about us and our worldtrip, the car, the routing, people we met and adventures we had - have a look!
Posted by Grant Johnson on 29 Oct 2011 - 06:21
I think there are 2 types of people who do this gig, biker nuts who want to go travelling, and travelling nuts who want to go biking. To be fair I'm being harsh, Dave is mostly piss taking and Marc is just being careful. A small blot on what has already been a mental trip, and its only just started.
Posted by Grant Johnson on 13 Oct 2011 - 15:16
I run a Motorcycle tour and renting company in Mexico. I had the privilege to collaborate with Grant Johnson during the HU traveler meetings in Copper Canyon, Mexico 2005 and 2006. Our team have assisted many riders in Mexico and central America from all over to complete the journeys successfully.
Oscar C. Calderon, Mexico city, occs...@yahoo.com or mxma...@yahoo.com or osc...@mxmotoadv.com
Tel. +525552764204, mobile. +5215591907981
Posted by admin on 4 Jun 2011 - 21:29
Between 5th October 2010 and 7th March 2011 Rob and Sarah drove 31,925 kilometres (21,300 miles), took some 7500 photographs, travelled through 18 countries from England through Eastern Africa right down to Agulhas Point, the southern most point of the African Continent. They met many fascinating people,saw endless breathtaking scenes and befriended the most unlikely of animals.
Posted by Grant Johnson on 12 Apr 2011 - 12:41
Betty (Rosann) is riding a motorbike …around the world (with Dan)…a little bit at at time…mostly in 3 month bites. (one of us has to work) The story is loosely about Betty…travelling through countries and little towns…bypassing big cities and big highways (as much as possible).
Encouraged by friends, work mates, complete strangers and family…we write a little bit of story each day…take a few photos…the odd movie…a few maps and other stuff (bad jokes and inappropriate language) added on as well.
Mostly, the story is easy to understand…except for the little bits of Tasmanian peculiar language and spelling……….just ignore these bits.
Posted by Grant Johnson on 5 Jan 2011 - 03:28
During one trip to Nova Scotia on motorbike, Autumn and Adam stopped and asked each other how to keep this trip going. The solution was simple, Lose the debt, lose the goods, and set the priorities. Three years later, they are well on the way. Keep track of their findings and adventures on No Map Nomads, Half logistical, Half Philosophical.
Posted by admin on 26 Dec 2010 - 15:55
From December 2009 through the spring of 2010 I'll be traveling by motorcycle from Boulder, Colorado through Mexico, Central America and South America.
The purpose of this trip is simple- to live in the moment, enjoy life, see the world, make some great memories and maybe learn a thing or two along the way.
Posted by Grant Johnson on 9 Mar 2010 - 16:42
Our mechanised gypsy family: 3 years plus working, living and traveling in East and Southern Africa.
Posted by Grant Johnson on 1 Jan 2009 - 21:07
Are you an Overland Adventure Traveller?
Does the smell of spices wafting through the air make you think of Zanzibar, a cacophony of honking horns is Cairo, or a swirl of brilliantly patterned clothing Guatemala? Then this is the site for you!
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