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Landed in San Francisco and got let into the country. :) The real fun starts Saturday. Now to find the place I'm staying and get some sleep. ...

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Checked in at Auckland and now waiting for the flight to San Francisco & the sixth leg of Pedal The Planet across the USA.

A massive thank you to everyone who made New Zealand absolutely amazing for the last six weeks.

To Natural High who looked after my bike in Christchurch and Auckland. To the hostels and places who offered accommodation: Base Backpackers and Park Hotel Ruapehu along with the countless friends (old and new), colleagues, members of the Irish people living in New Zealand page and the extended Cycle Against Suicide family who offered beds, couches, food, drink and fantastic company through both Islands.

New Zealand has certainly been amazing and I'm pretty sure I haven't seen the last of these shores!

Here's hoping the United States of America will be half as accommodating and generous to me over the coming months.

#pedaltheplanet #itsoknottofeelok

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Pretty sure I've just found my dad's perfect Christmas present. #favouriteactivity #thelibrary ...

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I'm leaving San Francisco on Saturday morning south towards San Diego along the coastal route, I'm looking for help with places to stay along the way.

If you or anyone you know might have a spare bed in Santa Cruz, Marina, Carmel, Cambria, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara, Thousand Oaks or anywhere in between I'd love to hear from you. I'm pretty flexible on specific locations along that route.

Thanks for all the offers in San Francisco and LA, I'm good for both of those places thanks to Hugh and Jillian respectively! It's just the small matter of the space between.

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So I'm 79 minutes into the longest day ever! Only 43 Hours and 41 minutes to midnight :)

And they said time travel didn't exist!

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