Contact

It’s always a treat to hear from folk when we’re on the road.  We’d love to hear from you so feel free to drop us a line at lisaandjasontwowheelednomad@gmail.com to say hello, send us your questions, suggestions or some support.

Alternatively, leave a comment after any post or page on our website or message us via the Two Wheeled Nomad Facebook page. For us, connecting with great folks like you is what it’s all about.

Happy travels and hope to see you out there…!

 

54 thoughts on “Contact

  1. I found your website today when you were liked by one of my friends. I would never be in a position to do this so look forward to following your travels. Safe journey. Have fun!

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  2. Best of luck , and have a great safe trip. I’m the Guy you met half way up/down the Tish-n-Test in November ( Hana, Motoadventours off road tour ), and kindly set up my new Gopro for me !

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  3. Hey guys, just watched your cargo vid it looked AWESOME! Hope you arrived safetly and you are still having a fab time whilst us poor souls slave away over our 9 to 5’s!! Steve and I have just booked a holiday to South Africa end of April but in the whole scheme of things it all seemed to kinda pale in comparison! You’ll be pleased to know Nairn Close aka your old pad is all still standing and yes… as I type it’s peeing with rain as we muddle through the Great British springtime. Miss you both and keep safe. Lots of love Lucinda and Steve xxx

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    • Hey Lu, so great to hear from you chickadee. You would have been so proud of me today, I salsa’ed my butt off to a large group of Argentinian bikers at a party! There was one older guy who had rhythm so just went for it. I’m gonna hurt real bad tomorrow morning, hah ha! Probably ate my head weight in lamb too, roasted for hours over an open fire. Don’t think I can call myself a veggie any longer…Love the Argentinians, they are truly gorgeous people whose hospitality knows no bounds. Right, gotta dash and good to hear about that S.A trip, you’re gonna love safari, the ‘big five’ (or nine) and the brais. When do you go and which part are you visiting? L xxx

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  4. Can’t wait for the next post. Glad to see from your reply to Lucinda and Steve that you are having a brilliant time in Argentina. We are planning our own 2 bike trip from North to South America later this year so watching your site with interest. Amanda

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  5. It sounds like you’re having a great time, worth the 5 weeks of travelling just to meet Maria and Diego, amazing! Horizons Unlimited led me to your blog, which I am now following with much anticipation – good luck 🙂 (Given our experiences of travelling with metal panniers, I’m interested to know how you protect your tech, specifically a full DSLR camera and extra lens! Everything gets shaken to bits unless in the tank bag.)

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    • Yes, Maria & Diego were solid gold. The fragile tech is in my tank bag (camera/Lenses) the rest, like charges and leads etc is in my panniers. Time will tell whether this is a good idea. I’ve discovered that things are rubbing together especially on the gravel roads. Thanks for the comments Keith.

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  6. Your doing what so many talk about, but never do, you must have testicles of a bull, very impressed and a little bit jealous lol, good luck to you both,stay safe and embrace every moment .Vernon

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  7. Congratulations Lisa and Jason for your wild spirit for adventure. Amazing trip and outstanding recording of your experience.. You should have a show on the BBC already.
    Best of lucks on your road ahead!

    Gaston

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  8. Having seen your website and all the photos of your travel destinations, I can just admire you guys for doing what you doing.i think its every adventure bikers dream to swop places with you guys

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  9. I got to your blog after reading about your travels in Adventure Bike Rider (sept/Oct 2014). Wow, at last a motorcycle blog that’s beautifully written (not to mention the amazing films which I have no idea how you filmed.) I love most of all your descriptions of falling asleep! ‘The bed duvet was downy and heavy, I slept like a baby full on milk….Sleep came to me like an unseen assailant.’

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    • Thanks Mike, really thoughtful of you to say so. I never really paid attention to falling asleep before this trip – largely because I don’t think I ever really experienced tiredness like this, hah ha! Happy riding, L&J x

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  10. hola soy Carlos nos conocimos en la Quiaca en la aduana con Bolivia junto con dos amigos mas. espero esten muy bien Un Abrazo y buenas rutas.

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  11. If you have time and would like to tell me of how yu got in contact with passenger cargo, what you thought of it as opposed to freighting your bikes by sea or air, What you thought of price etc.
    It is great to have your news and I hope you make a Dvd of it if it ends.

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    • Hi George, thanks for getting in touch. For our review on the cargo ship, search on TWN for the blog with the words ‘cargo ship’. All the contact info is on the ‘Trip Info’ tab, which I hope you’ll find useful. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks Lisa

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  12. I saw somewhere in the blog a GoPro promotional code where you get discounts on GoPro products if we quote your code, but I can’t find it again. Can you tell me the code please?

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  13. Your site and all that is in it e,g, your information others commments, etc. are not only enjoyable but I find very eduational. Thanks folks, and everybody. All the best.

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  14. hi – lisa your writing is beautiful and just plain exquisite, and jason, your pics are beyond.. – am sharing both of u with all – met you on the sea adventurer..looking forward to your update..safe travels and happy holidays – helen barker in summit cty colorado – come visit!

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    • Thanks Helen

      Great to hear from you, missing the Antarctic as much as we are? Sure you are! Thanks for those lovely words, it’s always a treat to get some feedback from folks. Thank you as well for the invitation – we will surely take you up on that kind offer….

      Have a great Christmas
      Lisa & Jase xxxx

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  15. Hey Jason its Ross from MoMos so we made it south! It was incredible I’m looking forward to reading you posts and seeing pics/vids from your trip I managed to put this together quickly https://vimeo.com/115140558 using android and a tablet to try and create video is stressful and unsmooth noted in the jerky transitions! But still you get the idea. Antarctica rocks…..to be continued ha

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  16. Hi, Jason & Lisa, great job you’re doing out there, trying to keep up with your trek as much as possible. I’ve known your dad Terry for a long time now (friend of a friend here in Swaffham,Norfolk) and whenever he’s down this way, we natter about you a fair old bit,(he’s immencely proud of his wandering son). Several other mutual friends also following your exploits after I told them of your trip. Sometimes it’s a bit difficult for some to work out where you are if they’ve not checked in for a week or two, so any chance of putting a map in with a squiggly line on it to show your route so far. Anyway, glad to see you’re having such a marvellous journey and doing a bloody good job of reporting it. Look forward to the next excert. Good luck to you both, all the best, Paul Holbrook.

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    • Hi Paul, thanks for such a great message. You’re not the first person to ask exactly where we are on the globe, we’re pretty good at posting little messages and extra photos up on our Facebook page ‘Two Wheeled Nomad’ but not everyone has the time nor the inclination to indulge that one. If you’re not already on it, don’t start…It’ll only become a bad habit time-stealer! We’ll definitely make more of a concerted effort to keep everyone abreast of our exact whereabouts as know a few of our friends and family like to track our progress on a map, a world one or just a mental picture. Right now, we’re in Sucre, Bolivia where in a couple of days time we’ll be heading straight for the Salar de Uyuni (again but this time to see the one and only Dakar :o) Cheers Lisa & Jase X

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  17. Court order !!
    I’m corently filing a court order against you both,as it stands I’m accusing you of robbing me of three day’s and twenty two hours !
    You can run but you can’t hide,we will meet one day !
    Good luck guy’s and enjoy the Dakar x
    Vernon Keylock

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  18. OMG you two! 3 days ago I found your blog and have now read your story so far! What an adventure, so beautifully written and narrated by Lisa, I can’t believe we didn’t know what you were doing! I will be following your blog now, eagerly awaiting the next chapter of this life affirming journey you have undertaken, together, taking your readers with you via the amazing pictures and videos and the enchanting way Lisa captures the essence of your adventure. We would love to feed you (and listen intently to stories of your journey) on your return to Nottingham! All the best Clive n Sarah Littlewood. xxx

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  19. Met you guys today at BMW/KTM Lerma, Toluca, Mexico. Had a nice long talk with Jason. Sorry to ask so many holes into you, everything is on your website! All the best for your future travels, specially here in Mexico! And walk away from fire works, Jason! If you need anything, let me know. Best!

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