Monthly Archives: July 2016

Osaka to Tokyo



“Irasshaimase! Irasshaimase! Irasshaimase!”. Every member of staff gives a cheery welcome as soon as we walk in the door of the shop. A small robot then tries to sell us a mobile phone. As we start to fill up a basket with tasty sushi and ultra rare porridge oats, a man walks round with a … Continue reading Osaka to Tokyo

A change of plan but not a change of direction 



Just before we left Bristol, Freecyle brought cycle touring guru Tom Allen to our door. He needed a phone and we had a phone we didn’t need. Once we’d explained why we were having a clear out he offered the sage advice that the best way to plan our trip was to not make too many plans. Anyone who’s seen … Continue reading A change of plan but not a change of direction