Blog: Motorcycle Travel Around the World
I blog roughly each week about my motorcycle travel around the world and generally what's going on.
Sometimes it's about motorcycle riding, and other times it's about anything else that is happening.
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After collecting my visa for Ghana, I was ready to continue East.
Several places have been recommended as good coastal camps.
I stayed at three beach places consecutively.
One of them was outstanding and I would highly recommend.
In the few days before leaving Grand-Bassam, I met Axel who is...
I departed Abengourou and headed South on a track to Bianouan.
Most routes so far on my round the world journey have been roads but I love the challenge and exploration of tracks that cut through the bush.
With onset of fatigue and hunger, I stopped to refuel with barbeque plantain and water....
Having stayed with Chloe at her CREER NGO, I had a fantastic time and learnt lots about them and their exciting plans for a new building.
Francine, an Ivorian lady, works at the centre and keeps the place ticking over by helping the resident children.
Francine cooks for them and she very kindl...
The CREER NGO, which I'm lodging with, regularly visit villages in the area as part of their outreach program to educate about the purpose of the NGO, and gather information and contacts.
I joined them on a trip to Satikran village near Abengourou.
I rode pillion with Kouame on their Haojin 15...
I applied for a Ghana visa in Abidjan and spent a few days relaxing with my friend Ron who also applied for the same visa.
Abidjan is more developed than other cities I've seen so far in West Africa.
Accommodation in Abidjan is expensive, so I stayed in Grand-Bassam, which is about 20 miles away...
Alfonso and I departed Man and started venturing north to Odienne.
Alfonso rested in Odienne for the evening, and I moved East to find somewhere to camp.
The route had been smooth road with potholes closer to Man, but generally good.
Soon after leaving Odienne, the road was being improved so the...
It was Boxing day and I hadn't spoke to my family on Christmas day because I crossed the border into Ivory Coast that day.
I needed a new SIM card, as this was a new country, so I walked into the centre of Man to purchase a SIM card.
The first shop was problematic as they couldn't setup the SIM...
I departed Macenta with the intention of camping 10 miles from the Ivory Coast border to get an early crossing the day after.
However, whilst riding I changed my mind as I had plenty of time to cover the distance.
The South East of Guinea is truly beautiful.
The mountains in the background rose...