Earths-Ends

Blog 54 by Mick: Go West Young Man We weren’t even on the outskirts of Bure when the road turned to dirt, not the way we were going out of town...

Blog 53 by Mick: Mud and Soap Operas Debark, our home for the evening, is the gateway to the Simien Mountains and is set up as a tourist town with plenty...

Blog 52 by Tan: Beware the Singing Little Girls After all the excitement of Danakil we were happy to chill in Mekele until we’d caught up on sleep and were ready...

Blog 51 by Tan: The Geologists’ Nirvana of the Danakil Depression – PART 2 After next to no sleep the previous night we crashed out in anticipation of another early start...

Blog 50 by Tan: The Geologists’ Nirvana of the Danakil Depression – PART 1   The people who had previous expressed a keen interest in the geology tidbits offered up in...

Blog 49 by Mick: Where the Scum of Your Character Will Come to the Surface The 30-day limit put on our motorcycle importation permits was a real spanner in the works...

Blog 48 by Tan: Highway of the Devil’s Spawn We decided to ditch the tar and take the old dirt road through the Awash Valley en route to the tourist hub...

Blog 47 by Mick: Navel Gazing in Harar The ride from Jinka to Harar had exacted its toll, so it was a late start the next morning. We had ridden over...

Blog 46 by Mick: Taking the High Way, As Opposed To The Highway OMG!!!! A MAP!!! yep, we are getting better at this blog thing. Here is our route through Ethiopia....

Blog 45 by Tan- The Land That Time Forgot After several unforgettable days of rigorous riding through the Turkana and Omo regions we somehow woke to find ourselves in a veritable...