Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

We find ourselves hunkered down in Sussex on the southern coast of cold old England for the next few months, out of the Patrol and into a house for the winter!

Very civilised!

Next year holds the allure of new destinations and more adventures as we continue our travels throughout the UK and back to Europe, still a few experiences to be had on the continent before we will be happy to move on!

It’s been an incredible experience to date and has only made us thirstier for more!

Thanks to all of our family, friends, supporters and followers for your warm wishes and comments and we absolutely wish you all the very best for Christmas and the New Year!

Get out there and stay safe!

We will be back soon with another post and hope to keep you all wondering where we might end up!

For those with some spare time, we have just uploaded a new video to You tube, covering some highlights of our journey from Vladivostok to Tajikistan, it’s really part 1 of our travels.

It covers a lot of ground and I’ve done my best to keep it short, however you will definitely need a coffee and a Tim Tam along with a comfy chair.

Part 2 was the Pamir Hwy video we shared some time ago.

There was a lot of sorting out required for this latest production, that’s my excuse for releasing it later than Part 2.  Some will say it’s just because I’m a little backward or maybe I’m just following in the footsteps of George Lucas and “Star Wars”

Link to You tube:  

Cheers Justin and Jen.

5 thoughts on “Merry Christmas!

  1. Toni & Neville Taylor

    Hi! Justin & Jen,
    A big Merry Christmas to you both, keep safe!
    We thoroughly enjoy your travel blog, what an amazing couple you are, & hope you put a book out with all your travels when you return, it will certainly be a fascinating read. Love to see Globtrol emails & so… enjoy the read.
    Love to you both.
    Toni & Neville

  2. Pam & Tom Usher

    Oh my gosh! What an amazing adventure you had before we met you. The stunning, unique scenery, the wooden [hairy] bridge, the people you met, the amazing camping spots, the picturesque desert, the incredible roads (!) etc. etc. Seeing some of the rocky scenes – you won’t have to go to the canyon area in south-west USA now! That’s not true…they are all a little different.

    I have set our Christmas table and sitting down with a Christmas eve Champagne (which might be followed by a red) and looking forward to our 1st Christmas Day in 8 years with both our children and little Gemma. How happy am I!!!!

    I would love to experience a white Christmas one year – will aim for that next year and take the whole family with us. Have a wonderful Christmas Day in England. Hope you are going to hit one of the pubs or a little village or market square…or what ever you end up doing. As long as you enjoy yourselves.

    We will be thinking of you and the amazing adventures that you have before you. Love to you both from Pam & Tom.

  3. Robin Holden

    Welcome to Sunny West Sussex. Saw your truck at Tescos this morning (looking at your website – not the most glamorous place you’ve visited!) – tidy bit of kit! Happy New Year 🙂


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