Encounter: Peter and Kay Forwood
To travel around the world literally means, for many, a circumnavigation: perhaps remaining in the Northern Hemisphere, combining the maximum unidirectional land route with the…
Mexico – Simon Gandolfi (issue 2)
I am seventy-five years old and have ridden my Honda 125 from Mexico to Mexico via Tierra del Fuego, 46,000 kilometres. I cross the border, dismount and kiss the road. Kindly Mexican Customs officers send out for a celebratory case of Corona beer.
Morocco – Frédéric Jeorge (issue 2)
It’s already a whole new world, of white houses, maze-like markets, beautiful mosques, traditionally-clothed men and women, heavily-loaded donkeys.
Iceland – Paddy Tyson (issue 2)
The temperature and the fog may have been particularly low, but the expectation was high as Peggy my ever-faithful Aprilia and I, rolled down the gangway to start exploring the most volcanically active country on the planet.
Iran has been an Islamic Republic since the revolution in 1979 and the observance of the Muslim religion is strongly encouraged (some might say enforced)…