Disclaimer: Due to the number of comments that have been received it has been felt necessary to clarify that this trip is in no way based on "The Long Way Round" which the authors of the trip were not aware and nor was it first broadcast of at the time at which this trip was drunkenly conceived. The authors of this trip would like to distinguish their intended trip from the journey undertaken in "The Long Way Round" in that unlike Charlie Borman and Ewan McGregor they are not experienced riders (they have both only been riding motorbikes for just over one year), they are not receiving sponsorship and they will not have a support crew with them at any point on the journey. Just to avoid any further confusion it has been thought that it would be helpful to point out that Tom Horovitch and Peter Caley are both fictional characters and are not famous film stars.

Monday, June 19, 2006

Welcome to Hell - 2051 miles from London




We can't easily find an online translation for "gods expedition" but we are pretty sure that it isn't meant to be funny. We think it means "help with luggage" but if anyone knows it's exact meaning we would be grateful for an email on the subject.

3 Comments:

At Fri Jun 23, 01:40:00 am BST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Tom, Hi Pete,

Satan in my lord and master. Actually, it's a man called Alex Graham. Just a thought, what are the house prices like in Hell? Another thought, maybe you stole the 'O' off that sign, and it's just a "crazy" mistake? Hmm....we'll see.

Hope the journey is going well.
Love and god-speed from everyone up Crack Alley, Kentish Town, London.......Somewhere south of Hitchin.
S

 
At Mon Jun 26, 06:04:00 am BST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hell is Pete with a beard.

Much love and pies,

Gomez

 
At Fri Sep 08, 06:52:00 am BST, Blogger Erik Andreas Jörn said...

"gods expedition" means something like "office for sent goods", i.e. large things sent by train or whatever.

if you do see this comment please email me at tokyocopenhagen"at"yahoo.com. i am currently in russia on my way to mongolia, kaz,kyr,taj,uzb etc on a 1200gs and it would be great to meet up if possible. i just started a blog that looks very amateurish compared to yours at tokyocopenhagen.blogspot.com

erik

 

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