I started my Motorcycle Travels FB page, at the cusp of gaining my full motorbike license and moving to Cornwall. It was also after we had suffered several losses of loved ones in our family which made a huge impact on me wanting to start sharing my own memories for others to look back on.
You can read part 1 of this blog here. So I was finally getting the bike looking good again after 4 years of pure ugliness. I had found the right man for the job, (a passionate Irishman with a love for fine art and motorbike restoration) Ricky, Rusty Hills Repair and Restoration. As I stillContinue reading “Yami Restoration from Red to Purple Part 2/3”
During my epic road-trip to Wales which you can read about here: Part 1 and Part 2, my friend and I stayed at Basecamp located in Llanllyfni a small village on the outskirts of Snowdonia National Park.
You can read part 1 of my trip here. Day 2 After yesterdays monstrous task of riding hundreds of miles and climbing Snowdon, I am feeling better than I thought. Although I am feeling more nervous about today’s ride than yesterdays. This will be the furthest away I have been on the bike, in unfamiliarContinue reading “Climbing Mountains – A Welsh Road-trip Part 2”
It’s the day before I take my longest road trip to date. A 657 mile roundtrip from Plymouth to Wales, stopping off in Birmingham on the way back to see family. With a hike up Mount Snowdon thrown in for good measure.
Just less than one month since I wrote written in the stars with hope to start a new life in Padstow with my husband Rob. Just one month for us to realise that out of the ‘frying pan and into the fire’ was actually into a raging inferno. Just one month to finally stand upContinue reading “Through Stormy Skies”
I am sure there are many bikers out there who have a partner who does not ride motorcycles or are just anti-motorbike. Luckily my husband, Rob, isn’t the latter he just doesn’t ride. Although that isn’t to say I haven’t tried to get him on a bike, even booking him in for CBT on hisContinue reading “The girl with the non motorcyclist husband”
There is a huge trend at the moment with people reverting to digital nomadic lifestyles. And it sounds great, to just travel and work when you like, right? But is this just a dreamers idea of escaping from the everyday norm of society? Or is it a realistic way of living?
As I sit here gazing into the beautiful Cornish sky with its hundreds and thousands of twinkling stars, I get to wondering about what lays ahead. Is our future written in the stars?