Monthly archives: September, 2016

Spain – ‘Open Road’

There’s an historic Spanish town on the side of the Pyrenees, it resembles a cross roads and goes by the name of Ainsa.  You can pick up the A-138 and head south, the road is wide, surface good and with the window open, sun shining in and music on, you experience the true nature of…



France – ‘Piece of Paradise’

There’s a compass engraved somewhere inside my core that seems to steer me to the way of adventure.  Adventure can come in many forms, it’s a mindset, a perspective and an outlook that you can apply to life.  Helen Keller, the inspirational American author, lecturer and humanitarian, who was the first deaf-blind person to earn…



France – Spain – ‘Riding The Heavens’

Cragged, a dark grey in colour, the silhouette of the Pyrenees peaks can be seen in the distance.  They mystically appear as a dramatic border separating the skyline from the land and the further I travel towards them the more prominent they become. I’d been riding for nearly four hours heading south from the vineyards…