I woke up the next morning unsure of what I’m going to do first. There’s just a lot of things that I feel that i need to accomplish in this place not entirely sure where to start. “Breakfast!” that would help me get my mind straight.
300kms more before I get to Tacloban, I did say that I did not plan to have a route on this trip, but I just have to visit this place as we have a lot some unfinished business.
I arrived at the port at around dinner time. After getting-off from the the RO-RO I immediately went out to search for food, one of the best things about traveling here in the Philippines is the food, why? Because you don’t have to pay a huge amount of to get decent food, that is if you are not picky when it comes to what you eat. As for me I really like home cooked meals and here in the PH you will always find a “carinderia” a small place where you can eat where most of what they serve are home cooked meals.
I don’t usually do this. I’m often invited to ride with different groups, sometimes people want to join me on my rides, other times a tour, resort or a hotel would invite me to visit them and almost always I say “No”. I can list down the reasons why I say no to those invitations, but that’s not topic of this post. I do however want to let you know why I said “Yes” to this one.
Ever since I started riding, I have always dreamed of having my own custom motorcycle. After 5 years, I finally have one. Continue reading
Every part has already arrived and we mocked-up everything so we could get an overview how everything is going to look and it definitely did not disappoint. Continue reading
When I arrived the guys were already joking around. One of them said that he has not been photographed as much as the other guys. Continue reading
If you are going to spend hours riding, you have to make sure that where your’e ass goes is comfortable or else you will have a sore bum. Continue reading
Following Ador’s advice, I agreed to have the sub-frame become a bolt-on part he said that “This will give us a lot of options in the future”. He also told me that he will build it in such a way that everything is plug and play. “Your batteries and everything else will have sockets, that way if you ever decide to take it apart you wont have much problem”. Continue reading
New explorations will always end up with meeting new people. To help us with building Wander One, I was introduced to Ador, a dirt motorcycle mechanic expert. Luckily his shop was just a few minutes away. We didn’t waste any more time and got the bike to his shop to started chopping it. Continue reading