How’s things with you? We all arrived back safely and straight back to work. Steve and Graham have also gone back to university at night so I don’t see or hear from them at all! They’re far too busy. We haven’t even exchanged photos. Most of my video footage is buggered for some reason. I think the bouncing around affected my mini DVDs. But the photos, although great, do no justice to the magnificent scenery out there.
How did your trip with the big group on the Urals go? I hope you’ve managed a few days off to relax. I haven’t even been on a bike since our trip. You’ve probably done it all again 3 times over! We had a great time on the trip and maybe we’ll do another in about 10 years!
Keep in touch and please send me an electronic copy of your video footage when you get time. Once I get on top of mine I will put it on You Tube for your viewing pleasure.
BTW, I realise now how ignorant I am of Indochinese history and have been to the library and picked up the first of many books on the subject. I learned a lot on the trip though; thanks for that.
Don Kennedy from Ireland