Ciclismo Cubano, Part Dos

Ciclismo Cubano Cycling in Cuba Mandy’s Cycling Adventures Most of my month in Cuba was spent in Viñales, a small farming town on the west side of the island. Viñales has one of the most unique landscapes I have ever seen: order viagra pills red earth roads carving through lush green rolling hills, surrounded by […]

Guest Post: Ciclismo Cubano

My friend Mandy M recently returned from a great adventure in Cuba and wanted to share a bit about her experience there. This is Part One. Ciclismo Cubano: Cycling in Cuba   Cuba is a count online pharmacy cialis ry that has long piqued my interest, for many reasons, including it being one of the […]

Czech it out!

I often have no idea what date or day of the week it is. Life is now measured in six day trips, where I might only know that it’s Day 2 but there is a heck of a lot to prepare for Day 3. With such an intense focus on the itinerary and trying to […]

New Home

So, here I am. In the Czech Republic (don’t even dare to call it Czechoslovakia!). This is my new home until mid-October, and I’m stoked to be here. Everything is different, mostly because the language is completely unrecognizable and people giggle cheap viagra online any time I attempt to say a word in Czech. Czech […]

Working On A Bicycle Built For Two

My parents have a beautiful tandem bicycle built by the fine folks at Bilenky Cycle Works. They ride it almost every weekend, and to be honest, the maintenance needs had been building up. I cheapest cialis prices don’t know if any of you have had to do extensive repairs on a bicycle before, but let […]

Italian Bike Tour

Okay, the title is totally misleading, because this is how my bike tour was conducted: I was given the task of loading up a van and trailer with everything needed for a bike trip in Puglia, driving it there from France, flying to Sicily to pick up another van and trailer with a full load […]