Hello world! Due to a small motorcylce accident I now have finally the time to write this ride report and post a few pics from a journey that lies already nearly a year behind. Next week will start our trip to Ireland so I have to hurry up. (To post the report and to get healthy again). Just to know the very essential details: "we" means Bernhard, my love and best friend and me, Karin, 25 years old, both from Austria and together for more than 9 years. And the "trip" was a journey through the south of Sweden, Norway, the Faroese Islands and to Iceland. And the motorcycles: well, we drove on two 2005 Royal Enfield Bullet 500, bought in Austria. No E-start, no whatever - just a "pure" motorcycle as it can be . They already took us to Scotland and the Orkneys, to Sardegna, Tuscany and will take us to Ireland. But to start with, I don't want to bore you with personal details for they will come later on but I think I start with some of my favourite pictures from the journey so that you can imagine what you are going to see if you follow this report.... The first one: You might know this picture - it's already on the front page I took it in the south of Iceland at the Vatnajökull (meaning "Water glacier" in English - one of Europe's biggest glaciers). The Enfield is mine for it's the more beautiful one The second one: Again the south of Iceland. We tried out driving in the sea and it was quite funny. Of course an Enfield is a great enduro as well . It's Bernhard on the pic because I'm responsible for photography as well as for carrying the equipment. The third one: This was again taken in south Iceland (yes, it's great there...) at a waterfall called Skogarfoss - "foss" means waterfall. You can put up a tent there and because we were there in the mid of September it was even for free. I took the picture in the morning after a rainy night and the water in the front should be a meadow instead of a sea. Luckfully we put up the tent on the hill so we didn't get too wet actually. The fourth one: That's my favourite area in Iceland (I will explain that later) - the Western Fjords, in this case it's on the Snæfellsnes-peninsula. Behind the church is the "magical" Snæfellsnesjökull, a glacier that is said to be the centre of the world. Well, at least: maybe you know Jules Verne and his book "journey to the centre of the earth"? This journey starts here, on this glacier. The last one for now: Again the Snæfellsnes-peninsula. The red sand is typically for this region. Together with the blue sky (well, that lasted for some minutes) and the green grass it's a very stunning scenery to my opinion.