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Musings on travelling around the world for a year

Musings on travelling around the world for a year

I appreciate the opportunities I had this year in being able to travel around the world with my lovely wife, Debbie. We had some fantastic experiences, saw some wonderful sights and met lovely people along the way. It was nice…

Back in England

Back in England

After a year of travelling, we are back in England. I write this blog watching the rain fall outside my window. It is odd to be home after being on the road for a year. Nothing has really changed except…

Swimming with the Manatee and lots more

Swimming with the Manatee and lots more

Swimming with the Manatee and lots more The final leg of our adventures in the USA was busy. We visited Florida, did a cruise in the Caribbean and travelled through the panhandle via Texas to California. After leaving Virginia we…

Exploring Quebec the Maritimes and Virginia

Exploring Quebec the Maritimes and Virginia

Exploring Quebec the Maritimes and Virginia This post is about the highlights of our next month in Canada and the USA. We spent a lovely thanksgiving in Canada with Debbie’s family. I ate a delicious turkey dinner.We also had time…

Kelowna to Ontario road trip and the cost

Kelowna to Ontario road trip and the cost

Kelowna to Ontario road trip and the cost This is a recap of the first part of our road trip around Canada and the USA. We covered a lot of ground, approximately 10,161 miles or 16,354 kilometres. The first part…

USA page updated

We have finished our USA and Canada leg of the trip. I also found out that I had not linked correctly USA adventures to our USA page which has now been updated and the USA adventures added as a sub…

Last day in the USA before flying to Sydney Australia

Last day in the USA before flying to Sydney Australia

Today we head to LA for our flight to Sydney. The last week we have been in and around Palm Springs. A lovely spot to relax before our next adventure down under. We did a few things in and around…

Driving the Apache Trail

Driving the Apache Trail

Driving the Apache Trail Apache Junction was our next stop for driving the Apache Trail.The Apache Trail is Arizona’s oldest highway built in 1905 and a renown scenic drive. We left Apache Junction early and went via Globe and then…

Arizona desert and the art of boondocking

Arizona desert and the art of boondocking

Arizona desert and the art of boondocking During our long trip through Canada and the USA my in-laws kept talking about boondocking which is essentially camping without any facilities. My introduction to boondocking was in the Arizona desert. Essentially, you…