The Great Return [From Greece to Great Britain]

Some of you may have read about my Great Escape [From Great Britain to Greece].  Many people had various questions about it, but the one question that kept repeating was simple: “How did you come back?”

And then I thought, that there was some space for a story about it, since it was a challenge for me.

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The Great Escape [From Great Britain to Greece]

Many of you might have seen the famous classic film “The Great Escape” where Steve McQueen tries to escape from Nazi captivity by using a Triumph motorbike, trying to reach the neutral Swiss border. It is a great film and I suggest you see it if you haven’t done so already.

My “Great Escape” is a bit different. It is a trip on a motorbike, but I am not on the run from any Nazis. It is still a Great Escape from routine and everyday life. It is a nice adventure and some time in complete solitude and maybe take some important decisions for the future.

So the plan is to travel from London, Great Britain, to Thessaloniki, Greece. If you are still intrigued to know details, carry on reading…

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ZEP Kissos

If you live in Thessaloniki and near Hortiatis, there is a chance that you know what ZEP Kissos was meant to be.

For all other people, including me, when I first saw the half completed road works, it reminded me of an abandoned military station in Afghanistan or project Dharma from Lost. So, I was really intrigued about it and I searched to find what was true about this ghost village.

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Motorbike Trip to Ireland

A couple of weeks ago, I bought a new motorbike. It is a fz6 fazer 2009 s2. It is a wonderful bike, very versatile, fast, fun, perfect for being your weekend toy as well as your means of comfortable commuting around London. Don’t forget though, it is a sports touring bike, mine came with a full fairing, which means you can travel many miles without fighting the elements of nature alone. So far, I did around 300 miles a day and I could do a lot more.

Yamaha Fazer FZ6 2009 S2

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