I thought I would finish this blog post with a few final thoughts and tips from my trip. Hopefully this has inspired people to travel in Iceland, and maybe to even have a crack at it on two wheels! Here we go… As mentioned earlier, Iceland is expensive. If I hadn't camped and cooked my… Continue reading Iceland Part 3
Selfjalandsfoss was the first of many breathtaking sights I would come across during my trip. From that moment forward every time I turned a corner, there would be a new natural phenomenon to behold. Of course something like this does not stay secret and there were plenty of other visitors ogling the falls with me.… Continue reading Iceland -Part 2
As I pedalled head first in to a gale force wind, rain stinging my cheeks, feet sodden, nose running, i asked myself, “why the hell am I doing this!?” I was in Iceland, a bit of rock in the middle of the north Atlantic. It was summer, but it didnt feel like it. Apparently it… Continue reading Iceland Part 1
If someone had of told me a few months back that I would be travelling Europe on a bicycle, I would of laughed, hysterically. I struggle getting up a flight of stairs. No way can I cycle across countries. I would of thought it was impossible. I did think it was impossible! It seems, however… Continue reading 5 reasons to say ‘YES’ to Cycle Touring.
1. A bike. Yes, the obvious. You will have to invest in one of these. However, you do not need to break the bank. My trip was very unexpected and I certainly couldn't afford an expensive touring bike. So we looked at the cheapest bike available. I have crossed Europe on a B-Twin mountain bike,… Continue reading All you NEED to cycle the globe on a shoe string budget, straight from the mouth of a novice.