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... to an Asian airline) I should get home soon J Mark is going to pick me up and we are surprising my mom, haha! I don’t know how she is going to react, so this should be fun. Can’t wait to see yall all when I get home. I hope we will have time to hang out with everyone at least for a bit. I love you and we will be back on the blog again when we get back to our travels. Hopefully that will be soon or I might get too comfortable at home and never leave again, haha! Yeah right ...
... over the vertiginous World’s Highest Motorable Road at Khardung La (18,380’ / 5,602 m). Although I thought of it less often, the trip still remained one of the crowning glories of my motorcycling 'career’.
Tim felt the same way, professing that scarcely a day went by that he didn’t reminisce fondly of our time spent slogging through nightmarish traffic, riding abysmal roads, risking our necks in ...
... junk food after the intense effort of our electric bike experience and we had a 'mos' burger, the rice-bulgogi burger was delicious and actually pretty healthy! As it turned out we would end up back-pedalling on this journey after our plans sort of fell through - but as it turned out it brought us on a fantastic trip to a quiet little place we would never have found so all works out well in the end. For more info on this little adventure see the next blog ...
Hey everyone! long time no update. It is safe to say this blogging this is not for me. As much as i wish i could be one of those super hip cool bloggers that everyone look up to. It is obviously one of the most important things to being a hipster. Well, I know excuses are not valid. However, life here in Taiwan has become so much of a home for me I forget people want to know what is happening.
My last date was just after the new year. Now it has been two months...wow ...
... to Taoyan with Rotary to bike and make pottery. This was just a fun day but it was needed, to bring the exchangers together and well we got to do some pottery and see some beautiful sites :)
All in all life here is very sweet even without sugar. If you have any questions you are wondering please ask, I will love to answer them, it also helps me write my updates :)
hope you are all doing well :)