Ireland of a hundred thousand welcomes is now the land of a hundred thousand million reasons to fear a no deal Brexit (2018 Days 76+79 Rosslare and Fermanagh)

Today's featured photo shows a Cead Mile Failte or a Hundred Thousand Welcomes to Ireland sign at Rosslare Harbour. Ireland was after having one of the warmest summers that anyone could ever remember but the morning I arrived back after almost 3 months touring around Europe, it was cool and cloudy. But with only a … Continue reading Ireland of a hundred thousand welcomes is now the land of a hundred thousand million reasons to fear a no deal Brexit (2018 Days 76+79 Rosslare and Fermanagh)

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Going to Liechenstein in 2018 gave me a good insight as to how the UK’s Brexit saga may unfold in 2019 (2018 Day 57 Braz to Bregenz)

Today's featured photo shows the A14 motorway in Austria near Bregenz with the Alps in the background. The A14 motorway in Austria is part of E60 road network which runs all the way from Brest in France to Bucherest in Romania and then onto Irkeshtam in China. The E60 motorway passes through about a dozen … Continue reading Going to Liechenstein in 2018 gave me a good insight as to how the UK’s Brexit saga may unfold in 2019 (2018 Day 57 Braz to Bregenz)

In March 2019, the sun will rise on Brexit Day but what will become of the border in Northern Ireland (Dublin to Donegal 2017 Days 112-113)

August 28th – 29th 2017 (Days 112 -113) Today's featured photo shows the sun rising over farmland near Ashbourne in County Meath. I had set off from Dublin in the pitch dark and had cycled almost 50 km before the sun started to rise. The earliest I had ever set off before on this year's tour … Continue reading In March 2019, the sun will rise on Brexit Day but what will become of the border in Northern Ireland (Dublin to Donegal 2017 Days 112-113)

Here on the shores of Lake Geneva in Switzerland is the solution to the UK’s Brexit turmoil (Thonon les Bains to Lons le Saunier 2017 Days 93-95)

August 09th – 11th 2017 (Days 93 – 95) The photo of the day shows the famous water jet in Lake Geneva with Geneva itself in the background. Geneva is home to the headquarters of many international organisations such as the Red Cross and the European headquarters of the United Nations. But following the Brexit … Continue reading Here on the shores of Lake Geneva in Switzerland is the solution to the UK’s Brexit turmoil (Thonon les Bains to Lons le Saunier 2017 Days 93-95)

Tour de Brexit – Britain says See EU Later as May signs Article 50 letter and triggers Brexit

On the very day that Brexit is finally triggered by Theresa May,  I thought it appropriate to write a little about how Brexit impacted the 2016 Tour de Travoy.  In years to come, 2016 will be remembered across Europe for the Brexit referendum result and it certainly played it's part during my tour last year. … Continue reading Tour de Brexit – Britain says See EU Later as May signs Article 50 letter and triggers Brexit