All roads lead back to Rome... mostly because my bikes clutch broke in Rome and I could not stop untill I had circled the city 3 times.
720p - 348M
Crossed the beatifull Aegean sea from Croatia. (You should have seen me swim across with my trusty Intruder on my back... another story for another time.)
I heard that Amalfi coast was THE bikers heaven so I headed that way Via Constantinopoli. Two weeks driving in +40C and I was still driving practiclly naked. It was so worth it. I officially name "Amalfi Dr" bikers heaven. Just go to Salerno and head North towards Napoli "Via Costiera Amalfitana". After a a few days in what felt like literal hell (in Napoli) I arrived in Rome and the temerature dropped to mere +30C. Just for one day you could feel the entire town sigh from releaf.
SS163. Near E45. A must - for all motorcycle enthusiasts.
HD 4K - 4Gb (Only if you have big screen and fast net.)
+40 in shade. Northmen are melting. Old people are dying like flies.
Fancy meeting you here.
Ridin' along in my calaboose
Still tryna get her belt a-loose
All the way home I held a grudge
For the safety belt that wouldn't budge
Crusin' and playin' the radio
With no particular place to go
720p - 347M
Come down from the cold rainy Zagreb riding my Intruder and headed south on E65 when I hit Senj.
Had to Split towards Dubrovnik :) +40C in the shade. Driving in my shorts and T-Shirt shaking my head at fellow travellers dress'd in heavy leather suits. I was sweating like I was in a sauna. I don't even want to think about how they felt. I had to stop every hour or so to walk in a air conditioned shop to by something to drink.
I visited Auschwitz and saw the horror. We all say never again but I fear we are going to see new concentration camps very soon.
Sauerkraut. One of the best meals ever. Go figure.
If I don't have the guts to go now (alone), I won't ever do it.
Well, if you ever plan to motor west
Jack, take my way, it's the highway, that's the best
Get your kicks on Route 66
I only got as far as 65.
Learn from history... or be doomed to repeat it.
Valley of Hinnom was used as a place for worshipers in Canaan to burn their own children alive as sacrifices to the gods Moloch and Baal. One section of the Hinnom Valley was called Topheth, where the children were slaughtered (2 Kings 23:10)
"If a man dies, can he live again? I will wait all the days of my compulsory service Until my relief comes. You will call, and I will answer you. You will long for the work of your hands."
... or was it spelled Segovia?
Elder material according to Greeks.
(Not elder materia according to Hebrew. zaqan/zagen)
40.000 islands in Finland and so many lakes.
Like father like son...