Blog: Riding the Road to Sight

Euro Adventure Part 2: Finding the Trans-European-Trail

With the negative thoughts of the first days spun, softened and dried along with my clothes, I had an open mind to meet the road ahead of me. The bike felt good and I rode fast out of the Paris on a quiet Sunday morning. Josephine’s goodbye could be heard reverberating through the Parisian streets, […]

Le Grand Depart with Wet Pants: Thunderstorms in Northern France

I rode away from my home in Hereford with my beloved family and closest friend stood on the drive waving me goodbye. A strong feeling of apprehension swirled with determination and excitement in my belly. The rolling hills and expansive green spaces of Herefordshire, graced by the light from which the golden valley derives its […]

Stories of Intensive Care Nursing during the COVID-19 pandemic

This an account written about my time working in ICU during the COVID-19 pandemic. The events are described almost exactly I experienced them. These are not exceptional stories. For those working in Intensive Care medicine, walking on a knifes edge with death at one side and life on the other is an everyday occurrence. These […]

The Saga of the Stolen Motorcycle

My beloved motorcycle, Josephine Honda, was stolen on my second night here in Leicester. Young hooded gremlins with wretched craftiness broke into the garden of the residence I was staying in. These Bad Boys, probably fuelled with monster energy drink and vape smoke, hot wired the bike and joy rode it through the streets of […]

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