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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Over the passed few weeks, I'd fixed my clutch and I'd reached the Republic of Congo border three days before my visa expires.
My rear tyre had little tread left and I'd heard the route into Republic of Congo could be very muddy.
So, I changed my rear tyre in Lambéréne to the one that had be...
Having smelt my clutch burning when I was stuck in mud, my goal turned to repairing it and leaving Gabon before my visa expired in about three weeks.
It's very unlikely I'd find the parts in Gabon, so I sourced parts online then spoke to Dad.
He was happy to courier the parts to me!
I ordered al...
I'd heard of a fantastic place to camp on the RN3 with views into Lopé National Park, so I went on a foray to find it.
En route to the start of RN3, I was in need of a cheap place to stay so I could wash properly.
My first find in Ndjolé was way too expensive; however, they suggested trying the...
After crossing the border into Gabon, the roads swerve through the forest and it's a very scenic route.
Thrilling and good fun; however, I had an insatiable thirst for something more adventurous!
I joined the RN5 at Bibasse (South of Oyem) heading to Kougouleu.
Slow progress for the first 15...
The morning after devouring snake for supper, I continued to the Gabon border to leave Cameroon.
Getting stamped out of Cameroon was easy enough.
However, entering Gabon at Woleu Ntem was entirely different.
The immigration police turned me away because I didn't have a hotel reservation despit...