I’ve been wanting to get away for months. First Covid put a spanner in the works. Now I’m grounded by a chest problem that I’ve been struggling with. Time to make plans. My plan had been to be on the road by April, but that’s now looking like a long shot. The best made plans of mice and men! So now I’m planning to get serious with some food and wine trips in May. It’s very frustrating to have to wait, but plenty of home cooking to keep the wheels turning, and I’ll be updating this website regularly with all my latest culinary and oenological experiences.
Easywheeling is about taking the time to travel and unwind. Most people pack in the travel in much the same way as they pack their suitcase: jamming in as much as they can based on the miserly baggage allowance, or in this case their time budget. Most journeys are squeezed into the short breaks between work, and even when the horizon is wider, most people pack in as much as they can in order to maximize their experience in the time allowed. Who’s to argue with that? Certainly not me, but I have often got back from hiolidays thinking, God I need a break! This website aims to celebrate travel at a slower pace.