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Travelling to foreign lands, with its promise of unforeseen adventures and unforgettable sights, is an immersive and visceral experience. My travelling journey began back in my early twenties with a humble trip to Italy. Since then I've travelled to ninety one fascinating countries covering five continents - and counting. Through my photography and writing I try to capture a sense of the incredible places I have been: from Azerbaijan to Albania, Uzbekistan to the United States and Switzerland to Swaziland. People no longer ask how I am, only where I'm headed next. Follow my adventures.

latest destinations

thailand, cambodia & laos

A Triple Country Adventure Across Southeast Asia

hong kong & taiwan

An East Asia City Adventure Crossing the South China Sea


A Pacific Island Escape in the Heart of Melanesia


Countries Visited
Continents Travelled
Countries Lived & Worked

life in australia

travelling australia

My Destination Chronicles for Australia

the australia blog

Charting the Highs & Lows of My Life Down Under

incredible adventures

brunei & malaysia

Wild Adventures on the Magical Island of Borneo


Adventures On the River Nile & Beyond


Travelling in the Land of the Military Junta

new zealand

Adventures in the Land of the Long White Cloud

roads less travelled


Otherworldly Experiences in the Authoritarian Land of Fire


A City Break to the Least Visited Country in the Middle East


Celebrating New Year in Europe's Last Dictatorship

Moldova & transnistria

Exploring a Tantalising Slice of Europe's Untrodden East
Africa & Middle East
Asia & Far East
British Isles
All Continents

four epic journeys

southern africa

An Adventure Through South Africa, Lesotho & Swaziland

western balkans

Bus Adventures in the Former Yugoslavia & Beyond

central asia

A Journey Along the Legendary Silk Road

inter-railing europe

A Backpacking Adventure Across Europe on the Inter-Rail Network






“I was surprised, as always, by how easy the act of leaving was, and how good it felt. The world was suddenly rich with possibility.”
Jack Kerouac, On the Road


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