Other blogs and websites

There are a few websites and blogs that I monitor frequently. One is Alastair Humphreys’ website. He pushes the whole motivation thing a bit heavily at times, but he is quite inspirational and I’ve picked up a few ideas from him. When I checked out his site today he had a link to a website belonging to a Swiss couple who spent eight years cycling round the world, more than a year of which was in Japan. This section of their website seemed quite interesting as cycling in Japan is an idea that’s starting to ferment at the back of my mind. Unfortunately there wasn’t a lot of detail, but they do have some amazing photos.

Another website I check regularly is that of the Walking Englishman. He really inspires me to create my own website though I know I’ll never be in his league. At the moment he’s a few weeks in to an 80 day, 1000 mile walk through Scotland and England. Most days he’s updating a blog about it. The update I read today was about the small part of the Great Glen Way he’s walking, including Neptune’s Steps and the route into Fort William. If I walk the GGW in the summer I’ll be doing it the other way round to this, but it’s still more information for me that will help me to prepare.

I do like it when the blogs and websites I look at link in to what I’m doing at the moment.

Alastair Humphreys’ website can be found here.

Verena and Luciano Lepre’s website covering their 8 year cycling voyage around the world can be found here.

The Walking Englishman can be found here and his 1000 mile walk through Britain can be found here.

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