Middle East Motorcycle Travel | Discovering Iran & Oman

Image: Rosie Gabrielle

Image: Rosie Gabrielle

Fear of travelling to some countries is instilled in us by the media, or people who haven't been but have heard about these places. Are we missing out on discovering different cultures and people because of these fears? Perhaps riding out of our comfort zone and in to these places will make us see things differently and change the way we think. 

Lois Pryce: Revolutionary Road: On the Road in Search of the Real Iran

Intrigued by a note left on her motorcycle, Lois Pryce went on a 3000 mile ride in Iran on a quest to discover what the country and it's people were really like. Lois has been on many motorcycle trips, but she says this one is the one that has affected her most profoundly. In a country where women on motorcycles is not allowed by law, she found the people warm, kind and hospitable, and she fell in love with Iran. 
Book: Revolutionary Road: On the Road in Search of the Real Iran is available on Amazon.
Website: http://www.loisontheloose.com/my-adventures/iran/

Image: Lois Pryce

Image: Lois Pryce


Rosie Gabrielle: Solo Ride in Oman

Rosie Gabrielle is a photographer and adventure traveller, and she is passionate about embracing all life has to offer and living life to the fullest. She hopes to show people that there is a lot of good in the world, that media hype doesn't always portray people from other countries in the true sense of who they really are. She's travelled to some exotic places, including Thailand and South Africa, and has also done two trips to Oman, which she says was life-changing. In the Middle East she found that the fears that are implanted in us are generally unfounded, that the people were helpful and caring. Doors were opened and friends were made and the kindness was overwhelming.

Facebook: @rosiegabrielle
Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/rosieGabrielle


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