Sturdmeister's Guestbook



25th November 2016

Incredible journey
An incredible journey Clive and thank you for sharing a small portion of it with us. Rest those tired legs at home while you plan your next adventure!
27th January 2017

Hi Ady, just seen your kind comments on my blog. Thank you. Hope you are doing well. Are you still living in Southsea? Hope you had a fantastic time with your drive. What are you up to nowadays?
16th March 2016

Outstanding
Dear Sturdmeister, Outstanding effort my old starboard flip-flop. Well done and kudos for all your journeys. Time for a holiday presumably? But where? Say hi to Portsmouth for me! Andy, Elspeth, Murdo and Lachy
16th March 2016

Thanks Andy
Thanks for your kind words Andy. I hope that you, Elspeth and the boys are well. Yes, it's going to take a couple of weeks to settle back in, but looking forward to some stability for a year or two. Wishing you all the best for the rest of your appointment. Cheers Clive
19th November 2015

I recently visited Bolivia and was one if those
I recently visited Bolivia and was one if those people on the 3x day 4x4 tours. I loved your pics, they reminded me of how amazing the scenery is. I can't believe you cycled it! Apart from the roads being atrocious and the traffic and dust, it's quite an achievement at that altitude. However it would have given you a unique perspective and the opportunity to see so much more than the average traveller. The rewards of your efforts! I've enjoyed reading your adventures, http://www.textaloan.org.uk/
9th November 2015
The road in Bolivia is challenging at times

Bolivia
Gotta admire the challenge of Bolivia by pushbike but wow it'd be spectacular. Yet we both know many roads would be impossible on a pushbike...many as challenging for 4WD is an understatement. Well done on conquering the roads you traveled on.
9th November 2015
In San Cristobal

Mongo bikers!
I've been weaving in and out of Bolivia for a few years, and I'm so impressed that you covered so much of that great country on your bikes! But what a way to go--really seeing the country and the people close up. How wise to take Spanish lessons--that will really enrich your journey too! Since you made it through the desert and up to El Alto from La Paz, your Peruvian adventure will be a snap (I hope)! Great adventure!
8th November 2015
Heading to Bolivia

Gorgeous Photo!
I can see why Bolivia would take your breath away.
8th November 2015

Wow, impressive!
I recently visited Bolivia and was one if those people on the 3x day 4x4 tours. I loved your pics, they reminded me of how amazing the scenery is. I can't believe you cycled it! Apart from the roads being atrocious and the traffic and dust, it's quite an achievement at that altitude. However it would have given you a unique perspective and the opportunity to see so much more than the average traveller. The rewards of your efforts! I've enjoyed reading your adventures, looking forward to the next installment. Happy travels!
8th November 2015

Wow, impressive!
I recently visited Bolivia and was one if those people on the 3x day 4x4 tours. I loved your pics, they reminded me of how amazing the scenery is. I can't believe you cycled it! Apart from the roads being atrocious and the traffic and dust, it's quite an achievement at that altitude. However it would have given you a unique perspective and the opportunity to see so much more than the average traveller. The rewards of your efforts! I've enjoyed reading your adventures, looking forward to the next installment. Happy travels!
24th August 2015

perpetual suspense !....where are you going now ?
Brilliant as always but where are you off to next ? ..the suspense is killing me ! ( note for Noushin ...please give the camera to Clive ! ) You both look SO well...by the time you return to Blighty you will be children !!
23rd August 2015
Alison the intrepid and brave adventurer

Adventurers
I remember reading about Alison's upcoming adventure in the paper a while back! Great to know it went well, please pass on my congratulations. Congrats to you and Noushin also for the ride to Wellington. I'm glad you both enjoyed your time down in this corner of the world!
6th July 2015

Sounds like you got the opportunity to see a considerable
Sounds like you got the opportunity to see a considerable measure of Singapore, a debt of gratitude is in order for sharing. Also, I concur, at times you truly feel like in a sci-fi motion picture when you are in Singapore, especially around Marina Bay. I used to live in the condominium you called "modern city", came back to Germany just two months prior. Katha http://www.ecashviatext.co.uk/
25th June 2015

Good Read
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24th June 2015
The art and science museum and a hotel in the background

Wild architecture and adventures
Not only do I love the architecture and the greenery of the city, I also love your cycling network. How fabulous to meet fellow cyclists all over the world--and how amazing that SK character cycling from Finland to Singapore staying with families--now there's a wild, trusting soul. Happy travels!
23rd June 2015

Definitely futuristic!
Sounds like you got to see a lot of Singapore, thanks for sharing. And I agree, sometimes you really feel like in a science fiction movie when you are in Singapore, particularly around Marina Bay. I used to live in the condo you called "futuristic city", returned to Germany only two months ago. Enjoy the rest of your trip! Katha
7th June 2015

I love reading your updates...
and the memories they bring back...I went to high school in the Cameron Highlands.
11th June 2015

Thank you
Thank you for your kind comments. Malaysia really is a wonderful country. We have just cycled up from Singapore to Mersing and are currently staying on the island of Pulau Tioman.
4th March 2015

You commented upon the national athem several times...
so you are probably aware that the king wrote/composed it. When I lived in Thailand, the king was revered, but there weren't all the billboard pictures of him and his family. Or people wearing yellow shorts. Today it's more of a personality cult. I wonder how much this has to do with the possible succession as he has been ill for quite a while.
4th March 2015

Sturdmeister!!
good to keep reading about your travels :) I would love to meet up with you for a beer sometime if you are back in the UK. I've moved to a new house, plenty of room for both of you to stay:) anyway, glad to see you are still having a great time!! Angus
4th March 2015

Sturdmeister!!
good to keep reading about your travels :) I would love to meet up with you for a beer sometime if you are back in the UK. I've moved to a new house, plenty of room for both of you to stay:) anyway, glad to see you are still having a great time!! Angus
21st February 2015

Good to see your back on the road sturdmeister. Travel safe. Glyn.
31st December 2014
Beer Lao and Grasshoppers for breakfast…yum yum!

new and interesting breakfast in india
I have heard this and saw first time about (beer lao and grasshoppers breakfast ).In India I haven't seen this type of combination in breakfast but think I have to visit once there and had taste beer lao and grasshopper breakfast once and I love to do this type of extraordinary thing . I hope had great taste with Asia Laos Vientiane........ Laos I am coming . and want to enjoy over there ................
14th October 2014

wow
it seems you not only traveled through Iran but you have lived an Ian life. there is this site i suggest for those who want to know more about Iran www.otraq.com

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