When we first set off, neither of us could lift our bikes. We had tried to be as ruthless as possible and not bring anything unnecessary. When asking others about what to bring, their advice was always “Take what you need and then half it”. Three days into our journey I think we realised what that meant. Scattered across Europe are various items of clothing, socks, gloves and paints (yes Beth thought painting was going to be on the itinerary) – We hope that they have found good new homes.
We were just before Trabzon, one of the biggest cities along the Turkish Black Sea coast and home to the
There are a few things that we keep close to hand at all times and one of these is our
As we sat down on the small wooden stalls of the restaurant, we couldn't quite compute our emotions. Exhausted and
Imagine wearing the same shoe every single day for over 200 days. How can one pair of shoes be comfortable