Monthly Archives: March 2018

In the claws of the flu

This week hasn't been a very good one. I've been sniffling since last weekend, but last Tuesday, on my way to work, I stopped to fill up my car and I started sweating all over while shaking on my legs. So I rested a bit a the gas station and went back to see the doctor. She confirmed my suspicion that is was the flu. Advice was to stay at home and rest

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Night Rider

Riding through the night
Dark mysteries of the wood
Cyclist enchanted

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Frozen bubbles

Frozen bubbles

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Book: Spain to Norway on a bike called Reggie

The third traveloque by Andrew P Sykes. This time about his trip from the most southern spot of Europe (in Spain) to the most northern point in Norway (the Nordkapp). It's an easy to read book, but compared to other travelogues I've read it takes a bit of getting used to as some parts seem to hop from one moment and place in time to another. A bit confusing in the beginning but you'll get used to that as the journey continues.

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