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Safe flight Gav - see you in Hong Kong baby!!
Janey x x x 25-03-2007
Bev - I can confirm that Delhi Belly is alive and kicking (literally) throughout India :(
Gav - Finally got time to read your blog and its brilliant, well done on an amazing achievement and I hope the "Delhi Belly" days are behind you.
Hi Gav, back from Milan fab time. Going to see Betty in hospital in Hampstead! Hope you are well- had a lovely day yesterday with Laura - but missed you! Auntie Stella is here and coming with to see Betty and sends her love and she says dinner will be w
Mum, Laura, Stella & Herbals x 19-03-2007
ps: u may be a boat captain but am not sure u r quite ready for the Queen Mary 2!
In February 2007, I along with 100 other individuals from all walks of life and from all regions of the world will be leaving our usual 9-5 routine behind to complete a grueling 2,500km motorbike ride across southern India ITINERARY DETAILS
Enduro India is by no means Paris-Dakar but it is certainly not a 'quick blast out' on a Sunday morning. It is a demanding ride through some of the most challenging 'roads' south India has to offer.
The ride is a test of confidence, spirit and determination and at times will be both physically and mentally draining. It is more a test of endurance than skill on a bike as I will be riding from dawn to dusk.
The challenge is organized by Enduro India who over the past 3 years have raised over £500,000 for charity through this event.
It has to be said that what makes this challenge so unique and difficult is the machine I will be riding. You may have seen Ewan McGregor’s and Charlie Bormans ‘Long Way Round’ adventure and therefore thought that I will be cruising around on a BMW for two weeks..
Instead, I will be putting my faith in this little beauty below. She is a Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Although we have not yet met (we meet in February), I have decided to call her Gisele* and she will be responsible for getting me safely from A-B.