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Monday, September 8, 2014

The real Chapter 13: A very very long day

Hello everyone! Please excuse the lateness of this, I am finding with all of the the travelling it is difficult to get more than one blog out a week. This week is special because hopefully in the next few days there will be something on the new future owner of dearest Charlie - maybe it will be you! If you are interested in visiting Spain and become an adventurer, keep your eyes open for that. Also sorry for my inability to get the hang of chapter numbers. I am not sure exactly why I seem to be struggling with something so seemingly simple but maybe I have fallen off the bike one too many times! Love, T
































































13 comments:

  1. Do you meet someone special??? You really can't make your adoring fans wait until next week, Tegan. No really, I've been enjoying your blog. Thanks.
    Stephanie

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  2. Awesome Tegan!! Beautiful suntan. What is gonna happen with charlie and you? Best!!

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  3. Really missed you and can't wait for the next thrilling (and funny) installment.

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  4. Another enjoyable blog :) I'm concerned that you won't have time to visit your sister before you have to go back to university?!

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    1. Not to worry Liz, the blog is not actually in real-time with the weekly entries so all under control :D thanks for still reading!

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  5. Enjoying this blog so much and is just the type of bike travel blog for sharing with our girls who I have been trying to take camping and do more outdoor activities with in an effort to have them spend less time on computers and cell phones, etc. At least I have found a blog I can share with them that they would like. Thanks Tegan

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    1. Yes yes yes, keep encouraging your girls! If there is anything I would like to come out of this blog is that it might show girls and women that adventure is for everyone (I feel like society is generally a bit more encouraging of boys when it comes to outdoorsy types of things). And creating a little bit of space between life and technology is always a good exercise! Good luck with the camping!

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  6. I've decided you're wonderful. Smitten with your blog.

    Ben

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    1. Thanks Ben, I've heard you are pretty wonderful yourself ;) And I demand a link to your adventure blog as soon as you get one set up! So you should get on that.

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  7. Tegan. Your blog is amazingly entertaining.
    You mentioned in your video to Tom (tomsbiketrip.com) that you wanted to live an uncoventional life. Maybe you should consider going on adventures and selling ebooks of your iPad drawing journals.
    I recently joined warmshower.org as a host, I'm glad to see the impact a good host can have on the quality of life of a cycletourist.
    Reading your blog from Costa Rica, Central America.
    Rolando

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    1. Thanks so much Rolando, what a kind thing to say! I am so glad to hear you have signed up as a Warmshowers host, kudos to you - the world needs more things like Warmshowers! It's like a totally independent humanity-stimulator, just fantastic. Perhaps I will come touring in Costa Rica one day and say hello :)

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  8. I love this blog :-)

    Sadly, I can not draw, so my cycling blog is far more conventional! http://www.suffolkcycling.com

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    1. Simon your blog is interesting and brilliant (slow and steady does not win the race - ha ha). From my road cycling experiences in Cape Town I can relate to (and sympathise with) a lot of what you are saying! I will definitely keep following, keep it up.

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