Europe’s Best Cities- What’s Next

               We made it through my top 30 European Cities! It was nice to think back to better times where travelling was allowed, I was with my friends and I wasn’t slowly edging towards insanity in lockdown. I would sacrifice my brother to go back to any of the places on that list, or anywhere new, or I might just sacrifice him anyway. I keep convincing myself that soon I will get to go away in the van and maybe a big road trip is still possible this year, but it doesn’t take long for reality to set in and crush those far-flung day dreams, so for now I’m stuck looking at pictures of places I’d rather be.

               I hit a bit of wall this week, not just in writing but in maintaining my sanity, and got a bit lazy. The blogs didn’t get the attention I should give them and neither has anything else, I just floated through the week reading and binging Netflix but hopefully I can get a routine going, I should be able to make myself useful and accept lockdown after 2 months of not leaving home.

               Now that I have finished my favourite cities, I am free to select a new category. Maybe my most loved national parks will do or the best places I have parked up for a night. Perhaps my favourite meals to cook using all my terrible culinary skills or I could list out the most amazing roads I’ve driven on. I could even mix them up or revisit my trips to Australia and New Zealand for some better travel blogging. Or, I could get back in bed…. We will see.

New Podcast Episode Out Now- Rome- Kebab Gladiators

The latest episode of the podcast is now live, and it is rammed with all kinds of nonsense and knowledge. This one really covers it all as the road trip rumbles through Rome and takes a wild detour to Portugal. There are facts about the ancient empire and tales of kebab shop miracles. The lads…

New Podcast Episode Out Now- Pisa- The Wonky Erection

The latest podcast is now live, and I think this one is very much worth a listen. When we drove to Pisa, we thought there would just be a slightly lopsided tower, but there was so much more than that. Not only does this pod touch on the history of this coastal city and why…

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