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eShores Vacations

I know I’m not alone in dreaming about taking cycling vacations in various parts of the world, right?  Picking a location is easy, but all the coordinating and planning is what I personally struggle with.  If I’m going to spend the money to go there, I want to make sure I’m doing and seeing as much as possible.

Okay, so I recently came across an option that allows me to explore a country, cycling the parts I want to ride, and connects all the transport and travel along the way.  Allowing yourself to see and do everything imaginable at a destination…..all in one trip.

eShores specializes in multi-center holidays and they create itineraries so that you can take in all you want to see of a country/destination.  They also happen to create itineraries for people with particular interests, so if you’re into cycling they can customize it that way.  But if you’re more into food, music, or other sports….they can set you up with that as well.

I guess eShores is basically a new-age travel agent on steroids.  They can plan out your trip in any destination around the world, and include all the extra bits and interests associated with it.  Seems like a pretty good way to punch the easy button when it comes to planning out an adventure.

Anyway, whatever kind of traveling or vacation you have on your wish list….eShores is able to hook you up.  In my opinion it’s so much better to spend your money on experiences instead of stuff, so choosing travel is always a good way to go.


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Sugar Alternatives for Energy and Hydration

Question: I am using the homebrew sugar formulations (sometimes added to green tea).  I am also trying to wean myself off 1/2 dose adrenalean “lip tonic delivery system” (biorhythm brand- caffeine, hoodia g, synephrine, yohimbe) capsule for energy.

My question is other than juice, can you suggest modifications in lieu of table sugar for energy and hydration.


Both raw/organic honey or agave can work great in the homebrew (substitute in the same quantities for the sugar, or to taste), but you do have to shake well in order to make sure they don’t settle out.  Have you tried either of these?  Also, make sure to use at least the minimum amount of salt recommended in the homebrew as the temps rise, you need the sodium replacement if you’re sweating.

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