Despite hours of internet research, reading reviews, and visiting every outdoor store in town, I spent well over an hour in the store trying on different backpacks before I actually made a purchase. It
Ever since I first went bungee jumping in Queenstown, New Zealand, I was completely hooked, so when planning to a day trip from Hong Kong over to Macau, there was one main thing on my to-do list...
Warning! Before you read on, you should know I am going to absolutely rave about this place, because it really is that wonderful.
Bosnia was one of the last countries I visited on my Balkan trip.
This is not a depressing post about how Mostar is riddled with evidence of war. Well, okay, it is a bit to start with, but acknowledging and understanding what happened here, was, for me, a crucial step
Lake Ohrid, said to be Europe's oldest lake, straddles the border between Albania and Macedonia. The Ohrid region is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the quaint lakeside town is one of the most popular
2013 was a bloody awesome year of travel for me. I visited a bunch of fabulous places and did a tonne of cool shit. I was, optimistically, planning to write a post with my 'Best Bits', or 'Top Moments',
2013 was a bloody brilliant year of travel for me. After graduating, I spent 4-5 months of the year exploring Morocco, the Balkans, and a bunch of places in the UK, travelling to a whopping 14 countries:
On my most recent trip to London, I was arriving late into King's Cross St. Pancras, and leaving early from Euston. I was eager to stay as close to the stations as possible.
At 0.2 miles from King's
I attend and work at several festivals each year. In fact, working long hours at festivals is a major way of how I fund my travelling. I've already discovered the wonders of waterless shampoo, so I figured
A few days ago, I checked my Twitter feed and was stoked to read that I had been nominated for the Liebster Blog Award by Mike from Bemused Backpacker. My first award – pretty good ey! Mike is a nurse,