Pennyfarthing's Guestbook

13th January 2021
Old village guys.

Thank you for your photos
Hi, herzlichen Dank für ihre Fotos. Ich komme aus Albanien, aus Shen Vasil. Auf diese Foto ist mein Papa und es hat mich sehr gefreuet. Alles Gute und beste Grüße Loreta
23rd February 2020

First class, Richard has a natural talent to write such absorbing accounts of his travels, never boring.
21st February 2020

Great work Richard
I’ve been keeping up with your trip and stories, always interesting and observant. You are making me jealous, reminds me of my time in Australia. You should receive an award from the Australian Government for doing a Lancashire rain dance and helping put out the fires. No need to tell you about our lovely weather here, 50% more rain in Feb and still another week to go. Charlie
13th February 2020

Happy Birthday Richard
Very much enjoying your daily blog Richard.. Hope the weather continues to improve. Have a great time on your 3/4 century birthday.
8th October 2019

True Exploration
The crisp narration of the travel with necessary travel info and the what is going in the mind of the cyclist traveler is enticing.
25th June 2019

fish and tunnels
Right up my street is fish and especially squid..I wonder how they cook it!..Sounds like a good day with the tail wind..Do like your photos, keep them coming. Regards
3rd June 2019

Sounds fantastic.
Brilliant blog..didn't know you had damaged your ribs before the holiday..hope it doesn't spoil your time in Japan. Must get one of them toilets.Regards
3rd June 2019

worried about 3 of your female riders
The left side of the yukata is wrapped over the right side (commonly reversed with right over left when dressing a body for a funeral) and secured with an obi sash tied in a bow with the excess or with the koshi-himo. Traditionally the bow is placed in the back as historically bows tied in the front have represented prostitution. In private, such as after a bath, the yukata may be simply belted. Yukata are often worn with wooden sandals called geta, but tabi are not usually worn
3rd June 2019

Looking forward to reading further penny farthing blogs
Glad you arrived safe....have a great time.
9th February 2019
An old hearse. .

Old hearse
Haha! That's my hearse! :)
3rd February 2019

Following the legend in Cuba
Been great following your blog. Im sure you will have many stories to tell when you get back. Wrap up well for when you land back in UK has its freezing weather here.
3rd February 2019

Following the legend in Cuba
Have a safe journey home
2nd February 2019

Richard Have you managed to find if it was necessary to have so many coach you think we coul have simply cycled from one end of the island to the other? Please ask the guide. Thanks have fun . Hope your tum gets better
29th January 2019

Following the legend in Cuba
Glad you are fully recovered from your tummy bug..hope the lady is doing OK after her fall too..sounded nasty...nothing worse than impact on your nose. Hope tyhe weather picks up as it sounds a bit wet. take care..
25th January 2019

keeping an eye on you
Looks as interesting as we hoped it would be. I am glad you are getting your share of rain
14th September 2018

Great photos
Amazing scenery Richard..that sounds one hell of a climb you all did. Stay safe guys.
10th September 2018

Great blog
Fab photos...all sounds fun..hope Andrew gets his clothes back to UK...Breakfasts sound yummy, but would certainly have to work them calories off..have a great time.
6th September 2018

Waffles again
Hi looks fantastic..careful fellas with them waffles or you will end up looking like Billy Bunter.
5th September 2018

Have fun
sounds great Richard. you got it
3rd September 2018

What an adventure..
Some great photos here Richard..looks to be a cycling paradise. Are there some hills there for you to work off them pancakes? Have a great time..
3rd September 2018

What an adventure..
Your group look a nice bunch Richard..all sounds good them pancakes!
From Blog: Oregon 2018
31st January 2018

Excellent summary
That's a really good summary of a very interesting and thought provoking trip Richard- thank you so much for facilitating and making this possible .the floating villages were an eye opener and it's great looking at all the pictures on a decent screen . Diolch yn fawr iawn Alison xxx
26th January 2018

Superb blog. Looked forward to the next days blog with excited anticipation, never disappointed. Brought back memories of our cycling trip a few years ago. Well done Richard.
26th January 2018

Thanks for your comments Jon. I hope you are well. Jo White and Phil Heneghan have been asking how you are. We loved the trip to Oz with you and Pauline. Best wishes. Richard.

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