We are bombarded by images every day of our lives. What does it mean for travellers?
I recently visited a travelling school in Aveiro to see what I could learn.
I read somewhere once that in life, bad luck comes like raisins in a box of cereal: in groups, streaks and clusters.
As I stand up, a duet begins from the front and rear wheels as the bike leans from one side to another…
Working on a farm, spending a few nights at a travel school, couchsurfing, wild camping and adventure.
Cycling through the Algarve, sleeping on beaches and dodging cars and tourists in Southern Portugal.
Cycle touring Seville-Huelva-Portugal in a melting inferno. Mainly sleeping outside and trying not to catch fire.
Cycle touring Tarifa-Cadiz-Seville in the summer sun. Mainly wild camping along the coast with a couple of hostels thrown in for banter.
What is it like cycling in Morocco? Do you want to go bicycle touring in Morocco? Here are some answers to doubts I had before crossing the border by bike.
More of straight, flat roads, trying to survive in Ramadan and getting out of the country whilst sick.
Here is a little picture blog of this epic little smurf village in Northern Morocco.
Cycling from Algeciras, Spain to Ceuta and crossing the border into Morocco on a bicycle. My first time in Morocco and outside Europe.
A 2 day cycle around Ronda. Probably the best cycle touring I’ve experienced in all of Spain, with some pretty amazing views.
Getting a flavour for Granada and meeting some interesting people.
Cycle touring from Valencia to Andalusia via Murcia. Sea, rocks… but most importantly, free tapas.