Celtic Tour

All sorts of warning signs announce the start of the road. "Narrow Route, Severe Bends", "Cars and Lights Vehicles Only" they state. It's claimed to be the steepest in Europe and one of the most challenging in England. Let's see if me and…

Summer Travel Preparations

I think I might need to become a bit more consistent with updating. I tend to hold back on publishing something until it stands by itself as an interesting, recent story with plenty of pictures. I've still got plenty of ideas for things to post…

Centrale de Monceau-sur-Sambre

Being back in Belgium it's clear this not the most exciting area to ride my motorcycle. On the other hand, Belgium does host a lot of impressive abandoned locations, so this weekend I paid a visit to the city of Charleroi, where a deactivated…

Edelweiss Training Tour

As the motorcycle underneath me screams through its rev-range, the landscape shoots past and I start to notice the green giving way to brown and eventually white. The higher we ride, the colder the air gets. The heat from the engine and grips…

Edelweiss Tourguide Training Week

I've just had an absolutely packed 5 days after what was a mellow last week in Australia and an uneventfull week back in Belgium. I traveled for 7 to 8 hours by car, plane and bus from Belgium to Mieming, in Tirol, Austria where the headquarter…

Goodbye Australia

After the two weeks at the Krishna Farm I felt like I needed a little bit of time to get accustomed to the real world before I'd fly back to Belgium, Europe. So I spent my last week visiting some islands and seeing a few more sights. I…

Week Two at the Krishna Village

As I sit on the bus back to Brisbane, staring out of the window, I think back at the second wonderful, positive week I just had. I don't think I've ever before said such a genuine, heartfelt goodbye to so many people. I guess I can say I'm…

One Week At Krishna Village

It's not exactly for religious or "spiritual" reasons that I come to a place like this, but rather to try something different. Where as before my life felt safe, predictable and often unexciting, I'll now try things far out of the ordinary,…

Pause in Brisbane

It's been quite a while since I posted something. It's been on my mind, but the truth is that not much has happened compared to the past months. At least nothing photographically interesting to compose much of an update from! I was at…