When you flick through this book I hope you can feel part of the joy we experienced travelling through the regional back roads of Emilia Romagna, Toscany, Liguna in northern Italy.
The trip despite several days of rain was one of the most exciting journeys that Pat and I have yet undertaken. It was made extra special by the fact that we were sharing this experience travelling alone without friends and a guide on country roads away from the major tourist areas that Italy is so famous for.
It was a journey that has wetted our appetite for a return to this part of the world in the not to distant future to not only explore more of this magnificent region but expand the itinerary and the time and hopefully share the adventure with some of our friends.
Married with two daughters, Served in the Royal Australian Navy from the age of 15. Served aboard fast troop transport, HMAS Sydney, on deployments to Vietnam in 1969 & 1970. Spent more than 44 years as a member of the Australian Parachute Federation (APF) Currently employed part time as the Director of Safety for the APF. Co creator of Tasmania's world famous Eaglehawk Dive Centre and over the past 40 years has logged more than 5000 hrs underwater. A keen motorcyclist, member of Gasoline Alley HOG Chapter QLD, the Ulysses Motorcycle Club and the Veteran Memorial Centre Social Riders in Tasmania. Travelled extensively through Europe, Asia, USA, the Pacific and Australia. Each day is the beginning of another adventure. Other web sites http://au.blurb.com/my/store?page=2 https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/TheMotorcycleClub/ http://facebook.com/gary.myors www.eaglehawkdive.com.au www.apf.com.au www.apf.asn.au
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