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very well written and great info.
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fair play for putting in the effort really enjoyed reading the logs and very interesting to see it layed out in the maps too..
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Re: Days 1 - 11 Summary of trip

Great reading.

Mix of inspiration, entertainment and information.

Planning/aiming for a similar European trip with a mate in the (hopefully) not too dinstant future - the trip stats are great to see.

Now get saving, and off you go again.
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Thanks for sharing your trip, I thoroughly enjoyed reading and you have a talent for writing these things. Sounds like you had a blast.
When and where is the next trip?
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hoping to ride down to Barcelona in early June, would really love to spend more time on the road but gorgeous sexy wife, many children and work means I have to grap pockets of time when I can.

It is not easy to do, but not impossible, the great thing about doing a trip or trip and a half each year is that in ten years, you have fifteen to twenty trips to remember. They do not have to be long and can be in Ireland, the main thing is to make the time and go for it.

Thanks for asking.
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With such detail and out of interest....

Can I ask if you don't mind.....if it cost you 1600. How did that fair out?...i mean did it end up over or under budget??

Thank you
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I did not do a budget really. I knew I would have to pay for fuel, I knew I would eat from petrol stations sometimes, I knew that the hostel and the hotels in Poland could be cheap enough, and I knew that I would probably over pay for food and accommodation once or twice.

I paid a little more for the boat but I have to say that was enjoyable because I spent most of the following day on it. I over paid for dinner in Hamburg also but all in all it was ok. It would be possible to do it for less, maybe between 1,000 and 1,200 but any less than that and it would be tough going.

We work all year, if a few hundred extra makes the difference between misery and fun, then so be it.

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Good job on the ride report..
I often do weekend trips on the bike, I might just do mini reports for you guys going forward.. I am off to the Grand Canyon the end of May on a 4 day trip. Might be a good one to start on.
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Class posts from beginning to end. Top job. Will be used as a reference for any future trips abroad.
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Brilliant read over the past few days! The final stats are very interesting
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I did not do a budget really. I knew I would have to pay for fuel, I knew I would eat from petrol stations sometimes, I knew that the hostel and the hotels in Poland could be cheap enough, and I knew that I would probably over pay for food and accommodation once or twice.

I paid a little more for the boat but I have to say that was enjoyable because I spent most of the following day on it. I over paid for dinner in Hamburg also but all in all it was ok. It would be possible to do it for less, maybe between 1,000 and 1,200 but any less than that and it would be tough going.

We work all year, if a few hundred extra makes the difference between misery and fun, then so be it.

Hope that answers your question

thanks for reading.
Very good irishtwin, many thanks for that....100% agree with that opinion..

Thanks for the thouraghly enjoyable updates....
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Re: Days 1 - 11 Summary of trip

Great detail, very well documented and more than a little inspirational - thanks for sharing irishtwin:thumbsup2 :

Its not easy to find time for trips like that but the financial, family and work sacrifices have to be worth the rewards...
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Hi Tigger,

hoping to ride down to Barcelona in early June, would really love to spend more time on the road but gorgeous sexy wife, many children and work means I have to grap pockets of time when I can.

It is not easy to do, but not impossible, the great thing about doing a trip or trip and a half each year is that in ten years, you have fifteen to twenty trips to remember. They do not have to be long and can be in Ireland, the main thing is to make the time and go for it.

Thanks for asking.
Thanks, In the same boat myself wife, kids work etc. I have a few planed myself, usually pick a spot head off and meet the tribe in the destination a few days later. Will do a few long weekender's over the summer nothing fixed yet
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Irishtwin, I may have missed this in your posts, but what made you pick your destination.

These days everybody is so busy it's near impossible to find time to do this, but luckily next week my father & I are off to France for little over a week. I hadn't given it much thought before, but a conversation one night with my cousin made me think it was important to do this.

He is a good bit older than me, but he said he always felt sorry that when his dad said he would have liked to see France(where my cousin went every year to mountain climb), he now wished he had taken the time to go with him.

My father has been saying to me that last 3-4yrs about going abroad, and there was never a good time for me, but shag it man, since my own lad was born, I see now its vital to do these things.
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Irishtwin, I may have missed this in your posts, but what made you pick your destination.

These days everybody is so busy it's near impossible to find time to do this, but luckily next week my father & I are off to France for little over a week. I hadn't given it much thought before, but a conversation one night with my cousin made me think it was important to do this.

He is a good bit older than me, but he said he always felt sorry that when his dad said he would have liked to see France(where my cousin went every year to mountain climb), he now wished he had taken the time to go with him.

My father has been saying to me that last 3-4yrs about going abroad, and there was never a good time for me, but shag it man, since my own lad was born, I see now its vital to do these things.

Hi Southern Rider,

I have a friend in Lithuania, so a quick decision was made after I received the new bike to go there. I wanted a decent distance to have as a target.

Regarding Dad's, my own died when I was 26 and he was 54 so do not wait. Go for it. You will be remembering it in 20 years time and will treasure the memories. Keep a few notes in a copy for yourself for that time in the future and take a few pics and same them someplace safe, Dropbox, gmail etc.

You are lucky to have him.
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Bit slack in work this morning so i decided to read your posts.
Really enjoyed it & the breakdown is fantastic. Gives you a real
indication of the costs involved. Well done.
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Fair dues dude, well done, enjoyed that a lot.
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Hi Highsider

I did not do a budget really. I knew I would have to pay for fuel, I knew I would eat from petrol stations sometimes, I knew that the hostel and the hotels in Poland could be cheap enough, and I knew that I would probably over pay for food and accommodation once or twice.

I paid a little more for the boat but I have to say that was enjoyable because I spent most of the following day on it. I over paid for dinner in Hamburg also but all in all it was ok. It would be possible to do it for less, maybe between 1,000 and 1,200 but any less than that and it would be tough going.

We work all year, if a few hundred extra makes the difference between misery and fun, then so be it.

Hope that answers your question

thanks for reading.
By the way, how did you keep track of all of your expenses and kilometres etc to the point where they were accurate enough to even graph them?
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By the way, how did you keep track of all of your expenses and kilometres etc to the point where they were accurate enough to even graph them?
Hello Fabio,

I take a photo with my telephone of the clocks on the bike and the fuel pump everytime I buy petrol. It is quick and easy to do, and then after a few days, I write that into a little notebook that I keep in my gear.

For the petrol cost, I just worked out how may litres I bought and multiplied by about 1.30 per litre. I used 98 octane while I was away so that is approx the cost of it. In some places I think it was even 1.60 a litre.

For the food, I just remembered it, not very precise to be honest.
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Thank you my friend, finest bit of reading Ive done in years. Every pic and word a story of true adventure.

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Just finished reading about your trip. I brilliant read, informative and funny, and inspiring. Has made me realize I should just go on a trip instead of always dreaming about a trip .Fair play. Great read .
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Re: Days 1 - 11 Summary of trip

Irish Twin, I posted a few one's up, well myself & the father had a week in France, my first trip abroad on the bike, and I should have done it years ago, had a great time, good fun with my father, good weather, and out on the bike everyday.

One thing i can say is I felt safer there than I do here on the bike, no pricks on the roads, good surface, no speeding etc.

Looking forward to going again next year. Everybody needs to do a road trip.
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you are MikeO AICMMFP (bmw in joke )

my only question is why didnt you get the ferry from lt to sweden an ride back through denmark? - jutland is very nice

time? or couldnt be arsed

class trip tho
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I am guessing that your username is taken from Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance, nice one.



On a recent trip from Roslare to Roscof, I was reading that book. The first one to comment on it was an old man, who was reading a 200 year old book. He was quite nice and an academic type. He had read it 20 years previously and mentioned that he was not sure if he understood it at that time, and that he is not sure if he still understands it today. He spoke admiringly about Robert Pirsig.

Later on that evening, I joined two Irish biker lads for a beer. One of them, a quite fella, saw the book and said "Ah, Bob Pirsig". Turns out he met him in Montana years ago and calls him Bob.

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There is a book I must dig out and read again, it’s a good few years ago and can remember enjoying it but feck all else about it. In fairness I was pretty polluted most of the time on that trip.
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Hi Great Reports,

Hate riding with wet feet, but Winter boots are always to heavy for touring and Summer boot always let the rain in.

Some years ago I found the solution, to have the best of both worlds, "Water Proof Socks", Usually you can get them in camping shops. I'm sure if you found a camping shop you could get a pair for around 20, or around 80 Zloty.

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[quote=Slaine;3403941]Hi Great Reports,

Hate riding with wet feet, but Winter boots are always to heavy for touring and Summer boot always let the rain in.

Some years ago I found the solution, to have the best of both worlds, "Water Proof Socks", Usually you can get them in camping shops. I'm sure if you found a camping shop you could get a pair for around 20, or around 80 Zloty.

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I hate my Dainese boots.
Hello Slaine,

nice to meet you.

I bought a new pair of boots and rode with them in France last month and they were totally waterproof is very heavy rain. So far, I am happy with them. I will check out the socks though.

Safe riding.
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Great read...but you forgot to mention that you hate those boots
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