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I first started travelling in my early twenties and haven't looked back since. In that time I've travelled to seventy nine incredible countries covering five continents - and counting. People no longer ask how I am, only where I'm going next. Follow my adventures.

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From the glorious Forbidden City to the notorious Tiananmen Square and walking along the incredible Great Wall of China at Mutianyu, this trip to Beijing was about capturing some of the undisputed icons in world travel. Read more



Based in the glitzy capital Baku, I completed my goal of visiting all three Caucasus countries, heading out to experience the lunar-like Mud Volcanoes at Qobustan and the otherworldly Mountain of Fire at Absheron. Read more



This was a city break with a difference, travelling back in time to all things USSR in the Belarusian capital Minsk, seeing in the New Year of 2018 in what is infamously the last dictatorship left in Europe. Read more



From the frenetic Ho Chi Minh City in the country's south, to the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi in the north and the iconic Halong Bay in the north east, join me on my journey through this gem of South East Asia. Read more



This was an Oceanic adventure in the country at the heart of the South Pacific; from the capital Suva on Vitu Levu to a Robinson Crusoe-style stay on the paradisal Kandavu desert isle of the Mamanuca islands, Fiji had it all. Read more

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Burma, a reclusive military state, was only just opening up to the world when I journeyed there, travelling through Rangoon, the new ghostly capital Nya Pyi Taw, a magical Inle Lake and the fabled road to Mandalay. Read more



Cuba was my 62nd country and my first visit to the Caribbean and central America. Travel with me to one of the world's last bastions of communism as seen through the cities of Havana, Cienfuegos and Trinidad. Read more



Egypt is the stuff of dreams, a magical land of Pharaohs and sphinx, the pyramids and most famous river in the world. Take a cruise down the Nile from Cairo, to Aswan, from Luxor to Abu Simbel on the Sudanese border. Read more


moldova & transnistria

This was a journey into Europe's untrodden east. Starting in the Moldovan capital Chisinau I headed out to the breakaway state of Transnistria - a 'country' which, as far as the world is concerned, doesn't exist. Read more


south korea

Join me on a Korean adventure from the vibrant capital Seoul, down to the coastal city of Busan in the south and out to the tense Demilitarised Zone at Panmungom with its tantalising glimpse into an eerie North Korea. Read more



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three epic journeys


This was my epic journey along part of the legendary Silk Road through Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, experiencing a tantalising part of the world many will never see. Read more


western balkans

This was a journey through countries of the former Yugoslavia and beyond. In total we made it to 7 countries with 11 border crossings, 9 passport stamps and a massive 27 hours spent travelling on Balkan buses. Read more


inter-railing europe     

This was an adventure across Europe. For £380 an Inter-Rail pass guaranteed us train travel across the continent for three weeks. We travelled with one self-imposed goal: to see as many countries as possible. Read more 

life down under

the australia blog

In 2016 I upped sticks from everything I knew and emigrated to Sydney in Australia, ushering in a whole new chapter in my life. This blog charts the highs and lows of my emigrant adventure Down Under. Read more


around australia

From the awesome Blue Mountains to other-wordly dense rainforests, from blisteringly hot sand dunes to the sculptural sails of the Sydney Opera House, check out the full list of my Australia destinations to date. Read more

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Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.

Jack Kerouac, On the Road




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