The Best Peanut Butter Cookies

This was passed to me by a cycling buddy and makes a great snack to stick in your cycling jersey pocket and if you’re a peanut butter fan you’ll love this. The cookies are considerably higher in protein, monounsaturated fats, fibre, vitamins and minerals than conventional cookies.  I also added sultanas to the recipe because…

La Seguiniere to Les Herbieres

A positively chilly start at 12c but with a clear  blue sky it shouldn’t take long to warm up. This mornings ride is to the South West of Cholet to Les Herbieres and a sub 50 mile round trip to get us back by lunchtime. Another day of beautiful back roads, country lanes, grass, maize,…

The Ring Of Kerry

Saturday 4th May A bright and sunny start as I lifted the blinds at 6-45am, the Austrians in the next motorhome have their e-bikes out and panniers loaded ready for an adventure and are busily back and forth to the van for drinks bottles, GPS, lights and then hi-viz tabards, a single back packing camper…

Kinsale, Bantry Bay and Mizen Head.

After a good day in Cobh we were awoken at 1am by what sounded like a brick coming through the side of the motorhome as a car sped off. The offending missile turned out to be no more than an egg …….must be a local custom to welcome visitors and begs the question who goes…

Storm Hannah Approaches.

A grey start with showers as storm “Hannah” approaches the South of Ireland, warnings had been issued and our campsite is on high ground so will be very exposed. The weather warning suggested rain and increasing winds from early afternoon so we took the opportunity for an early start for our planned cycle ride around…

Monchique

On our recent trip to Portugal we had reserved a day to cycle up Monchique, the ride was twofold, as well as a cracking climb up to Foia for Kaye to try out her e-bike it was also a chance to have a look at the aftermath of the recent wild fires that had raged…