Bloggers unite!

It has to be said, there is usually a great sense of camaraderie in the world of blogging. CIMG9118On my trip through NZ and Australia, I came across several fellow-bloggers, and was met with exceeding kindness. My chance meeting with Al (left above) in Marlo (Australia) led to me staying the night in the house he shares with his wife Courtney (left below), and their housemate Tim (right above). IMAG0457It was a great evening. The conversation was ‘wall-to-wall’ cycling, the food was high in carbs, and everybody was up early in the morning busy with their training for the upcoming events.IMAG0455

And, of course, as fellow-bloggers do, we have since engaged in a bit of mutual back-slapping, so I here re-print a paragraph recently posted by Al and Courtney on their blog, and recommend highly that you visit their blog, and be inspired by some of their cycling adventures: http://therollingadventures.wordpress.comIMAG0456

“We also had a cycle-tourist stay at our house during the week. Al met Frank from the UK at the general store and the two got talking and we were lucky enough to have Frank stay for the night and have some dinner with us. He had ridden from one side of New Zealand to the other and was on his way from Sydney to Melbourne. He is raising money for the Children of Syria. Here is his blog, check it out, he was an inspirational and very nice dude https://frankburns.wordpress.com/ We even made it onto his blog!!

https://frankburns.wordpress.com/2013/03/06/no-not-34c-again/

AND HERE

https://frankburns.wordpress.com/2013/03/05/what-kiwis-dont-know/

Check it out and donate to his cause, what a LEGEND!! I hope to do something as rad as he has done one day!!!”IMAG0461

Children in Syria Appeal: www.justgiving.com/Frank-Burns1 

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About Frank Burns

Looking for the extraordinary in the commonplace………taking the road less travelled……..striving for the ‘faculty of making happy chance discoveries’ in unremarkable circumstances. Click on the Personal Link below to visit my webpages.

Posted on March 29, 2013, in Australia: Sydney to Melbourne 1000kms and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Very nice! And agreed….very fun meeting up with fellow travel bloggers on the road. Have met a few and loved it!

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