Author Archives: kearab

First library built…thanks from Bangladesh!

Your donations just built the first of 3 libraries, this one at a school in Bangladesh. Thanks to this, 300 kids now have access to local language reading books, an important part of the puzzle in a region with a … Continue reading

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16,779 thank you’s! :D

Almost exactly a year from when we first started this bike trip, I’m sitting again in Mumbai International Airport, with my bicycle. I think that means it’s time enough to round up the year’s events and count the pennies. And … Continue reading

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And now, the end is here…

A full 24 hours back in Co. Donegal and it still feels a little surreal to be sitting here in our family living room looking out over that achingly familiar yet constantly adjusting vista of Donegal Bay. Surreal, but oh … Continue reading

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Back in Blighty!

It was kinda hard getting back on the bikes after 3 happy days beaching and boozing with the family. But we slowly dragged our sorry arses out of our Frankfurt ‘home-from-home’ (thanks wonderful family Klier!) and back onto the ‘Romantic’ … Continue reading

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Les Alpes!

I was expecting to be able to fill this post with tales of stoic grimacing and creaking knees as we hauled ourselves over this epic range. Maybe the rose tinting has hit extra early but I’m a bit disappointed to … Continue reading

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Blissing out with Pete too….?!

Now that blog title I didn’t expect. And I’m sorry that this is starting to get tedious. But it’s just so blimming pretty around here! It took a few days for us to get back into the swing of things. … Continue reading

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Blissing out with Bex and Frank!

A couple of months ago two of my favourite people wanted to book flights to join us on their bikes for the Easter holiday. It was an offer too good to refuse! I guesstimated our projected Easter location and promised … Continue reading

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