Hello ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the final rendition of ‘what the hell did we do on that day, oh god, I can’t remember, I wish I’d written this sooner like Megan said I should have’! You’ve (hopefully) followed us all the way through our epic adventure, starting with our first exciting steps in … Continue reading The Last Leg
(191 days in) “So,” I asked, “What was your favourite part of Borneo?” “Picking a favourite part is hard,” she answered, looking up from her kindle as we sped down a motorway towards the airport. “I quite liked the six seconds where I saw those elephants by the side of the road.” “When the driver … Continue reading Not the Northern Hemisphere I Know
(180 days in) 20TH POST. Can’t believe it, I think this is the longest I’ve ever committed to anything. (M: Eh hem.) The last blog post took you all the way up until my death-defying leap into a ravine. A hell of a lot has happened since then and I’m sorry for (yet again) slacking … Continue reading A Time For Families
(158 Days In) Ok, so at the end of the last post we had just left Australia, having spent about 13 hours in and around airports and their various oddities. When we first landed in the barbeque capital of the world, we had been surprised at how similar it was to home in every … Continue reading The Land Where The Ground Moves
(149 days in) Holy moly it’s December already! We’re well over half way through this epic adventure of ours now and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down at all. The last blog post took you all the way up to our time in Sydney and although we did a lot in the remaining three … Continue reading Gold Coast? Completed It Mate.
BULA (118 days in) (M: Before we jump into Pete’s narrative, I just want to mention that I came close to writing this blog post myself as I feel like I could wax lyrical about Fiji for days, despite my lack of literary/creative/descriptive talent. The genuine warmth and friendliness of the people, the lush rainforest-covered … Continue reading BULA!!
(3 days in) We've been here for an almost full 48 hours and I can tell you that it is the best thing I've ever done. I recently cycled 187 miles over 2 days for children with life-limiting conditions, and although I have to admit that is more meaningful (even with it's groin strain, leg … Continue reading 5,587 Miles Down