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“I Began to realise how important it was to be an enthusiast in life. That if you are interested in something, no matter what it is, go at it full speed ahead. Embrace it with both arms. Hug it, love it, and above all become passionate about it. Lukewarm is no good.”

– Roald Dahl –



2 days ago

Anna McNuff

🙊 “I pulled on the brakes and brought the bike to a stop. Faye followed suit and appeared alongside me. She pulled her headphones out of her ears and blinked at me with a confused look on her face.

‘You alright, mate?’ she asked, as Faye often does.

‘Yes, great thanks. It’s time,’ I said.

‘Time for what?’

‘Time to get naked,’ I smiled.

‘Oh, no!’ said Faye, remembering the conversation we’d had the week before. ‘I thought you’d forgotten about that.’
‘An elephant never forgets, Faye.’

‘McNuff, did you just call yourself an elephant?!’

‘I did. And do you know what?’


‘Elephants don’t wear clothes. They walk around naked all the time. It’s good for them.’
‘But we’re not elephants,’ said Faye.

‘No, but we are animals. And animals are supposed to be naked.’

There was a long pause during which I could tell that Faye was contemplating her options. I took the chance to add further weight to my argument. I wasn’t convinced that my elephant angle had been entirely successful. ‘Come on, Faye. Where else in the world can you take off all of your clothes and cycle naked?!’
Faye bit her lip.

‘Okay,’ said Faye.

‘Okay?!’ I shouted.

‘Okay, okay, okay! I’ll do it,’ she said, laughing.

‘Yay! Right then, bikes down and clothes off. We are getting naaaaaked!’

And that’s just what we did. We laid our bikes down at the side of the road and peeled off our clothes. Given that we were just in shorts and T-shirts, it didn’t take long until there we were, two grown women, naked as newborn babies in the middle of the Bolivian salt flats, 3,900 metres above sea level.

We picked up our bikes from the ground and hopped back on them. One turn of the pedals, two turns… and then full birthday-suit speed. Oh, how glorious it felt. The sun was shining down on every square inch of my skin. The breeze moved uninterrupted over every area of my body and there was no clothing cutting into me, no restrictions to my movements. The warm leather saddle offered heat and comfort to my bum. I felt liberated and free as a bird!”


🦙🚴‍♀️🏔📚 This week, I’ll be sharing my fave extracts and snaps from the shiny new book - Llama Drama: a two-woman, 5,500-mile cycling adventure through South America.

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We enjoyed @AnnaMcNuff’s book launch tonight! Our girls, rather smaller then, tracked Anna and @Faye_Shepherd on their way along the Andes - both ladies kindly supported Ruth and Rhoda on the way from Land’s End to John o’Groats! #LlamaDrama

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