A very belated post from my time in The Travel House in Tbilisi, Georgia. Sunday 31st August 2014 As I write this my body aches, I’m almost dangerously dehydrated and I can barely keep my eyes open. Is this the result of a hard day cycling? No, my current state has been caused by hitch-hiking. […]
Part 2 of Into Annapurna. After successfully reaching Manang at 3500m, I woke on my birthday to find the world under a blanket of snow while further up the mountain, unknown to me and my friends, a snowstorm was claiming the lives of over 40 people.
In Nepal, ‘The Dreammaker’ Youn and I began the 15 day trek circling the great Annapurna mountain range. Little did we know that before the end of the journey over 40 people would die further up the mountain.
It’s now over four months since I left the UK and I’ve spent the last five weeks of that time stuck, without money, in Georgia’s capital city, Tbilisi. Scrounging food from market floors and living in a park, I was lucky enough to meet and become a green warrior of Georgia, a Guerrilla Gardener!
Part 2 of The Road. Having almost been run over in Batumi, I found myself on one of the most difficult roads of the trip, unable to move at more than walking pace on a road strewn with large rocks and struggling four wheelers.
After my Iranian visa was refused for the second time, I found myself having to recalculate my route to Asia. Turkey was an amazing country but I was now entering Georgia, a country completely unknown to me.
Albania. A country that I was given more warnings about than any other. It was challenging but enjoyable, except the wolves, they scared the crap out of me.
A few videos from my trip to say thank you to everyone who reads, comments and shares these posts, it really is nice to hear from you and get your support for JamesVsWorld.
Quite unexpectedly when I was cycling through Montenegro I stumbled across some scouts and found myself as a member of the Montenegro Scout Jamboree. I’m calling it fate as it was a very lazy day.
I knew I’d end up in some strange places on this trip, but I didn’t expect to change my plans and head to Croatia and dance my socks off backstage at Hideout Festival 2014.