Earths-Ends

Blog 14 by Mick – 2200kms and a Gearbox Rebuild With Tan at the dentist, I had some time to kill so figured I better track down my (apparently, judging by the...

Blog 13 by Tan: The Namibian Border Hop   After a few hours sleep we woke up at 5:30am and set about packing our things and saying our temporary farewells to...

Blog 12 by Mick: What goes clunk when it should go splash?   Stellenbosch, our destination for the following evening, is just 30kms north of Somerset West up the main road,...

Blog 11 by Tan:  Big Fun in the Little Karoo   We were excited to be staying with relatives of our friends from Howick, Fiona and Charlie. Sheila and Rodger were...

Blog 10 by Tan: Escape to the Great Karoo We decided to leave the Wild Coast to avoid the rainy weather, which is far from enjoyable when riding a motorbike. We...

Blog 9 by Mick: Fairies and Wildlings and 3 times the Weirdness It was a little strange to be on the bikes after so long in staying on Rob’s farm, but...

Blog 8 by Mick: A different kind of Coop We re-entered South Africa in the mid-afternoon starving for lunch, so made our way to the nearest food joint we could find...

Blog 5 by Mick: Return to The Mountain Kingdom We woke more rested but found our room at the Amphitheatre Backpackers had been booked out that morning, so we moved to...

Blog 4 by Mick: The Roof of Africa We woke still quite stiff and sore from our exploits at KwaGengeshe the day previous, however it was a beautifully sunny and still...

Blog 3 by Mick: Ambush at KwaGengeshe After fixing my bike and still with access to a well-stocked shed, I was keen on checking Tanya’s stator to ensure it didn’t meet...