You are not off the hook yet ..... As you said this trip was a dream come true for you, and by taking your efforts to write this wonderful report you also made us a part of that. As you have seen, a lot of colleague drivers have appreciated this A LOT. Some last questions that I hope you want to answer: On the ferries, how exactly did you tie down your bike? Did you always do it yourself, or was there personnel of the ferry involved? Did they ask you on how they should tie down your bike? On which stand was your bike when tied down? Did you leave the luggage at the bike? If so, was it locked? How? When camping in wild, how did that go during rain? Does your tent set-up inside tent first, and then the outside tent? Or do you hang your inside tent in the outside tent when it is already set-up? How are your experiences with that during rain? Or did you always take a cabin when it rained? So, in the end, how did you solve the thread problem of your sparkplug port? What are you planning next, now you have tasted the free life of the adventurer? Will you keep your funduro, or will you go save money for a heavier bike? It's a pity it is now all over, but I suspect you will feel the same. It is nice to be on a trip, but after a while it is also nice to come back home. Not only to conclude the endeavour, but also to see the family back. Did you think about having a SPOT or similar? Could your home folks follow you where you were (maybe through apps like Google Lattitude) ? Thanks again.