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October 2014

Day 80: Whirlwind tour of LA

Our warmshowers host got back to us and as it turned out it was a bit of miscommunication that we didn’t get his address. Ah well. We had decided to stay another night at the Hostel. Though it was pricy,… Continue Reading →

Day 79: LA throws surprising bike paths

The campground was beautiful indeed and ought I was up at 4 am or so, I snuggled in for a while in the cool morning and waited for the sun to be up before getting out. We packed up after… Continue Reading →

Day 78: SoCal starts with a stunning ride

It was a nice start to the day as I managed to catch all of the family to bid farewell. Maureen was super sweet and offered to chaperone us thro her ‘hood when we reached LA! So we have a… Continue Reading →

Days 73-77: No place like home to rest

Staying with Chris’s family was such a treat. It was a total blast and I have one more mum on my list! Maureen, Marty and Maggie made me feel like I am back in the cozy confines with my family!… Continue Reading →

Day 72: I am home again

I was woken up at 6 by Christina as she was heading to work super early. She bid us farewell and let us sleep in and leave when we were ready. I kind of rolled out at 7 and decided… Continue Reading →

Day 71: Powered by tailwind

30 kmph tailwinds, I didn’t even feel like I was riding 🙂 We started today at 8 and we bid farewell to our lovely hosts. Jerald joined us to the b’fast place around the corner and today was when they… Continue Reading →

Day 70: An unplanned rest day

As if I plan all the other rest stops, heh. The gist of the story is that we came up to Jerald’s home and were shown a nice cozy corner to sleep in and we, the Cooking – Dish washing… Continue Reading →

Day 69: Riding with Friendly Neighbors

I was up really early, may be 5 am or so and forced myself to stay in the warm sleeping bag. It has been getting dark and chilly early these days and I end up crawling into the sleeping bag… Continue Reading →

Day 68: Riding thro the American Dream

I should say the day was more interesting than the title suggests, but let me get to the dream bit first. I learnt yesterday that the hoard of mustangs on the road are rental vehicles and nearly all of them… Continue Reading →

Day 67: Riding through Mustang country

Not the horses, but the muscle car that Ford makes. I have a feeling I have seen every Mustang that has ever come out of the factory floor. Dang! It seems like everyone has drunk the Ford Koolaid and are… Continue Reading →

Day 66: Riding through Steinbeck Country

I was happy to be back on the hammock today and slept like a baby. Though the night was long: From 7 pm till 7 am. Ouch. We got on the road at 8:30 and rode into Monterey along the… Continue Reading →

Day 65: A short day ride thro the Salad Bowl

It was a lovely evening at Bart’s and I slept pretty soundly too. It is easy to be addicted to be staying at homes, almost a week since I camped out proper heh. In the morning, Bart made pancakes, his… Continue Reading →

Day 64: Survived the 17

So yesterday we had a lovely warmshowers host, Oleg and Lera, both PhD Students at Stanford and with bigger travel dreams. They have been in some stunning places and had a nice collage of pictures on the wall (I have… Continue Reading →

Day 63: San Fran throws a damn hill on our way out

We had to move our ass at some point and with the past few days of rest, the body was ready to go, but the lovely time we spent with Lupe made it harder to leave. Ah well, as travellers,… Continue Reading →

Days 60-62: Rest days In SFO

The past 3 days have been good rest days. Nothing much to report apart from more street art! Enjoy! Route: San Francisco Distance: 0 Km (yay) Ascent: 0 ft Descent: 0 ft Expenses: $ 99.38 Comment: Watching a bunch of… Continue Reading →

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