A New Time

September 8, 2011

Words by // Photography by Nita Breibish

It feels like 2011 has been a planning and decision-making year. Firstly, Nita and I are getting married so there’s been an enormous amount of work spent getting all of the details sorted so that the day can be spent enjoying our time together and with close friends and family. We also knew that our honeymoon would be spent on the road – getting to the wedding and then journeying around California with our dear friends Michael and Nuri from NYC. The prospect of up to 8 weeks on the road and many of those days spent with the best of friends was an exciting prospect that’s now underway.

Somewhere in the process of this years earlier travels and this current trip we came to a grand decision: sell the lot and spend the next months planning a round the world trip on the bikes – and take a couple of years to do it. So, while remaining completely present and excited at the next few weeks we’re also planning the steps to take our lives into a brave new world. Together.

The idea stemmed from the notion of doing more with less – seeing possibility within limitations. We started a non-profit organization which we’ll reveal soon and, with only ourselves and all that we can carry, we’ll see where this amazing world takes us. We’ll be keeping you posted on all the activities – our wedding, our trip and our plans – right here. I’m sure it’ll be open and honest and we’ll write about the good, the bad, weird and the wonderful. But it honestly makes us feel so lucky to have you watching, reading and sharing it all with us as we go. You’re the best.

About

I’m a Canadian writer, adventure motorcyclist and world traveller of British and Libyan descent. I’ve spent the past two and a half years travelling the globe by motorcycle as one-half of We Love Motogeo, following a route that makes little sense to anyone else, while supporting our non-profit organization, the Lost for Good Project. I’ve been chased by all manner of animal, detained as a spy in North Africa and waited out a hurricane in the bowels of a ferry. While I’m no spy (honestly), I am a lover of decent coffee and great yarns sewn around a campfire.

2 comments

  1. Comment by Larry Mosca

    Larry Mosca September 10, 2011 at 7:03 pm

    Have a great ride and I hope to catch up with you sometime along the way and share some of your adventure with you!

    • Comment by Issa

      Issa September 12, 2011 at 10:48 am

      Us too Larry! You’re always welcome to join us – it was so great to meet you in NY.

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