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Hello, my name is Warren. Daydreamer, lover of spicy food and wine snob.
Motorcycle Paradise is a two wheel travel journal. I write so I don't forget, I publish so I have a reason to improve my photography hobby. That's it. No aspirations of fame, not selling anything.

This blog had it's origins as a 'home page' (remember those) I built to teach myself HTML. That was dial up modem and scanning paper photos. Later I moved to Blogger and renamed it Motorcycle Paradise, a term to describe the region I used to ride. Since then much has changed. The name remains, despite being outmoded and I still blog though it's now out of vogue.

I don't give names to my motorcycles, I don't beg for subscribers and I don't do YouTube. The later seems to perplex people but I'm not trying to please everyone. A good photo is enjoyed a lifetime whereas GoPro is watched once then forgotten.

Currently I'm based in Japan, a country I used to love. Not sure where to next but in the meantime I am working on my ride 'bucket list'. No plans to join the overlanding crowd. I don't feel the need to prove anything.

Thanks for viewing the site, feel free to leave a comment or message me.

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P.S. You may find references in old posts to ‘Iron Chef’. Early days on Blogger (before Google Plus) users were prompted to create an alias and at the time I chose that handle since the crazy TV show was a big hit in Australia. Fate led me to later meet the real Iron Chef 坂井 宏行 Sakai Hiroyuki, but that's another story...