Indiana June is the main character in a real-life Pick-A-Path Adventure story.
She is cycling the globe and letting people vote to decide what she does next.
Her fate is in your hands so get voting to choose how the story unfolds.
Don George: Finding a small truth that illuminates the larger truth.
One of the most powerful talks at TBEX Dublin was a man with 25 years experience as a travel writer and editor, Mr Don George.
He disarmed us when he took an official break to wipe the sweat fro... read more.
Ireland 2013: From twee to tweet
I cycled away from Dublin two years ago but returned last week, curious to see how things had changed.
I flew to Dublin for the TBEX conference, the world’s largest gathering of online travel bl... read more.
Fake it 'til you make it: How I tricked myself into cycling the globe
Yesterday I used the 'reach-back-and-hope' suntan lotion
application technique. It left a 1cm strip along the line of my
muscle shirt exposed (minus the muscles) and my skin now resembles
a p... read more.
Portrush to Cushendall: Dangling by a rope
Distance cycled: 64km
Times I had to use the 'granny' gear up a hill:
Number of people allowed on the bridge at a
Number of Amercians who annoyed me today: 4
Dubbed as th... read more.
Glenties to Crolly: There's music in the water
Distance cycled: 51km
Number of Enya 'A day without rain' albums sold: 15 million
Number of roadworkers I had to talk my way past: 5
Lowlight: The skies opening 20 min before I reached the camp... read more.
Clonbur to Westport: Keeping a close eye on things
Distance cycled: 57km
Number of touring cyclists I passed: 9
Number of scones eaten: 3
Number of old women who congratulated me: 7
Highlight: Cuddling a sheepdog puppy
Lowlight: Realising I h... read more.
Mount Gable and a Friary: Flying solo
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Due to the nature of this trip I have to tell my story on a daily basis and the one thing that most people can't believe is that I'm doing it on my own. Solo travel... read more.
Galway to Clonbur: If the walls could talk
Distance cycled: 51km
Number of times I saw a wall being kicked: 32
Pieces of peanut butter toast consumed: 4
Time I've been called 'June' in the last 24 hours: 5
Total length of stone walls ... read more.
Listowel-Lehinch-Doolin-Inisheer-Moycullen: What to wear?
Distance cycled: 156km (split over a few days)
Number of babies born on Inisheer in 2010: 9
Number of ballerinas busking in Galway: 12
Lowlight: Losing my camera and not realising I had left i... read more.
Listowel: Been there, got the t-shirt!
The Irish have the best of intentions. In fact, I'd say the average Irish man and woman has moon-walking, marathon-winning, heart-surgery performing abilities if he or she doesn't stop for 'one' p... read more.
Tralee: Pouring the perfect pint
I arrived in Tralee for the penultimate event of the year, not The Rose of Tralee but the Pouring of the Perfect Pint by Indiana June.
Guinness is an Irish Stout beer that has been brewed at St J... read more.
Dingle to Castlegregory: Life-saving kindness
Distance cycled: 47km (Over Conor Pass!)
Height of Conor Pass: 1300ft
Number of photos I took of Fungi that ended up just being water: 17
Price of a pint of Guinness in 1960: 8 pence
Price of ... read more.
Distance cycled: 6km
Number of days it took me to get to Skelligs: 4
Percentage of people sick on my boat: 18%
Lowlight: Overhearing a tourist say 'Oh, it's just more of the same.' When he saw ... read more.
Cahersiveen & Church Island: Surfing in all weather
Distance covered: 0km
Number of ancient forts visited: 2
Fresh shrimp consumed (10 min out of water): 7
Times I won LUDO: 1
Times I swore I hated LUDO: 5
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Glenbeigh: Feet up with a cuppa
Distance covered: 20 metres (to the local café)
Number of people sleeping in my room: 4
Consecutive days my shoes have been wet: 3
Cups of tea consumed: 6
Number of raindrops that fell: 198875... read more.
Ballinskelligs: Basking in the creative light
Distance covered: 32km
Rainbows spotted: 2
Times I was 'found' playing hide and seek:
Number of artists that have had residence in
Spoonfuls of powdered pota... read more.
Glenbeigh to Cahersiveen: Not the island I was expecting
Distance covered: 54km
Number of people I saw paddling wheelie bins: 4
Bugs in my tent at this exact moment: 14 (that I can see)
Number of gannets on Little Skellig Island each summer: 52,000
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Abbeyfeale to Killorglin: Pucking hard work!
Distance covered: 59km
Hours the plastic bags on my shoes kept the rain out: 3
Number of people on stilts: 2
Number of times I was called an Australian: 4
Lowlight: Coming face-to-face with th... read more.
Granagh to Abbeyfeale: This little piggy went to a piggery
Distance covered: 46km
Births witnessed: 1
Jelly snakes consumed: 8
Highlight: Bonding with bacon
Lowlight: The realisation that a cycle tan is from the knee to the mid thigh. Sexy!
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Birr to Granagh: Miles and miles of smiles
Distance covered: 110km (My legs are no longer speaking to me.)
Number of waves I received from tractor-driving farmers: 7
Number of toes that resemble small pickles: 10
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Newbridge to Birr: Tractors, pigeons & vintage attire
Distance travelled: 85km
Road kill counter: 12 (8 birds, 1 hedgehog, 1 mouse, 2 unidentified.)
Highlight: Riding on a restored 1948 tractor.
Lowlight: Learning the hard way that I have to uncli... read more.
Dublin to Newbridge
Distance covered: 45km
Bugs swallowed: 2
Hours of torrential rain: 3
Highlight: Being called a little duckling and a sweetheart in one day
Lowlight: Missing the cycle lane and chasing Roz acro... read more.
Indiana June is always on the lookout for new places to go and things to do.
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