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Mekong Magic & Khmer Kings 

What will the relics and ruins of our world be in a thousand years? As humanity drifts towards mega conurbations perhaps it will be the mosaic of mystical roundabouts in Milton Keynes or the distant legend of the M25, an artery clogged fossil fuelled ring road. 1,320 more words

Rocky Roads

It’s about 30 miles from Hetauda to Kathmandu.

That’s in a straight line, obviously.  Which is probably why someone invented helicopters.  Because by road, on a bike, it proved to be a bit of an ordeal.  1,364 more words

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My train was not to depart from Columbia’s Amtrak station until 2 a.m. This unfortunately is the only available departure time for trains from Columbia to Savannah. 1,402 more words

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Our typical Moroccan day

We’ve been writing a lot about the landscapes we’ve seen and the people we’ve come across while we have been cycling, but it can often be really easy to overlook what seem like the more boring technical details of the day. 1,215 more words

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Madigras madness, windy riding and treacherous roads.

Several months back whilst cycling up a quiet mountain road in Greece we saw a group of cyclists coming in the other direction with various musical instruments and a dog in tow! 359 more words

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Making a break for the coast - Agadir to Essaouira

We spent two nights in Tafraout, wedged in between campervans in a little campsite just out of town, spending most of a day off relaxing under the shade of our tarp and laughing to ourselves at the antics of our campervaning neighbours. 1,068 more words

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