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Changes Afoot

Changes Afoot

In just a few days we will, once again, hit the road. For as is our life, changes are always afoot. This time around it’s a known entity, trading the ever-changing day-to-day life at camp for a road trip of discovery. Fall symbolizes change and keeping in line...
Medellin: Tale of a City

Medellin: Tale of a City

Milo is just 25 years old and extremely personable. At the age of 7 years old on his way to school, he saw his first dead body, lying riddled with bullets in the street of his neighbourhood. Eeishh… bit of a grim start to a travel blog, eh? Milo has much to tell us...
To Uglii = Mongolia -1.0

To Uglii = Mongolia -1.0

It is a chilly 10 degrees this morning, but bright and sunny. It is 121 km to our destination go Ulgii in Mongolia. First we have a 51 km ride to the Russian border town of Tashanta. There is not much here 1 gas pump and 1 hotel.… Read the...
Colombian Coffee Time

Colombian Coffee Time

Got time for a coffee? These days we’re not short on time to sit around and swap stories with other overlanders over a coffee, so it’s rather cool to finally be here in the centre of the Colombian coffee universe. You know that Colombia’s big on coffee, right? Well,...
Introducing Rover Pass

Introducing Rover Pass

In our new role as campground managers, we’ve come across dozens of new campground search engines. One popular option is Rover Pass. As a newly re-opened campground under new ownership, getting our name-brand out there is all important. RoverPass is a free...
Italia (again)

Italia (again)

A weekend in Italy, no bikes this time but 3 days is suffer able without the bikes, a great weekend catching up with friends and relations and some sight seeing. Last night we were both seriously trying to work out if we had to come back to the UK, we were spoiled...
Sent to Siberia?

Sent to Siberia?

Today we have a relaxing 230 km due south to Barnaul. This is where we had our tires and oil shipped from Moscow and where we will meet of with Wolfgang. He left Hamburg 7 days ago and will have come 6000 km in 8 days to catch up with us.… Read the...
NOVA SCOTIA: THE END OF OUR ROAD

NOVA SCOTIA: THE END OF OUR ROAD

A SHORT STORY ABOUT SOME FOLKS FROM NOVA SCOTIA A sea-mist hung over the dirt track leading down to Whale Cove. On setting out you might think there’s not much down there – a concrete wharf, a few sheds, a broken fishing boat and a couple of seagulls...
Cool Colombia

Cool Colombia

Hope we’re not tempting fate…. but after three weeks, cool Colombia ’s already looking hot-favourite for Cuthbert’s ‘Top Spot – South America’ Award. In the last blog we joked about Colombia’s notoriety for drugs barons and banditos. In truth, the threat to...
mybeastgoeseast – LIVE

mybeastgoeseast – LIVE

Stefan Hauser berichtet mit eindrucksvollen Bildern und Videos über die 2 Jahre und 3 Monate dauernde Reise mit seiner Frau durch Asien und Afrika. In einem Geländewagen durchfuhren die beiden die heißesten Wüsten und die höchsten Gebirge unseres Planeten, erlebten...
Our New Home~ An Introduction

Our New Home~ An Introduction

After the teaser photos on social media here is the post that you all asked for~ interior photos of our new home. After the universe spoke to us and radically changed up our plans… AGAIN, we determined that our beloved Tequila was simply not quite right for this...
Five Months at Punta San Carlos

Five Months at Punta San Carlos

Over the past 8 years of living on the road, we have routinely felt a pull towards Baja. We love the isolation and undeveloped land of Baja, combined with the world class waves, kind, helpful people, cheap living, and excellent camping. To cure our home sickness for...
A mixed weekend

A mixed weekend

Saturday morning saw a fine opportunity to get the oil circulating on the 750 Drum brake roadster, it was a pleasant morning, sun shining and almost warm. I had been abandoned by my dear wife as she was at a Yoga class probably learning the best position to kick start...