I'm hoping to make it to Seoul by the spring, where luckily a private academy I used to work for has offered me more work teaching English. From that point onwards, the cycling will stop and the getting fat on outstanding Korean food wil commence.
The first few days I'm well looked after in the UK, so I won't be camping. Once I get into France, I'll be trying to arrange accommodation on Couchsurfing or Warmshowers (like CS but for cyclists), but the likelihood is I'll be camping. As soon as possible, I'll try to post things on the blog that will be of interest to hammockers.
If you follow the link to the blog and have patience enough to read, you'll see I often suffered the day after a bad night's sleep in the tent. That, plus my general laziness and opportunism, contributed to a lot of cheating on buses. I hope to avoid that this time.
A word on the S. America blog: there is the occasional dig at Americans on there, as there probably will be on the new blog. This is largely an 'in-joke' between me and some American cousins and friends, so you majority Yanks on here are encouraged not to take offence!
Edit: I should have posted this link in the OP but I've also been making a DIY TQ to battle the Asian winter. Link here
. It's still not finished!