WHY (and how) I WILL ALWAYS FIND TIME TO TRAVEL

WHY (and how) I WILL ALWAYS FIND TIME TO TRAVEL

I recently read an inspiring “offline journal” titled The Analog Sea Review, so offline that you really cannot find it anywhere and have to write to them to receive a copy; how exclusive. This touched on a life of pervasive mediocrity fuelled by all-consuming new technologies and how this blurs the lines between direct experience [...]

CITY SWEEP

CITY SWEEP

MONDAY 10th APRIL 2017 Melbourne, the quirky capital of Victoria state, has been high on my agenda since moving out to Australia, and over a year and a half later I’ve finally set foot on its European inspired streets. Bustling lane ways boast coffee culture with buskers and graffiti art, while the river is lined [...]

BOMBAY’S BOLLYWOOD

BOMBAY’S BOLLYWOOD

INDIA #16 Saturday 10th December 2016 Mumbai, Maharastra As the location of the epic story I have been so engrossed in during my Indian adventure, finally arriving in Mumbai felt like I already knew it so well. The city of Bollywood stars, millionaires, cosmopolitan city living amongst stunning european-like architecture, is strangely juxtaposed with one...

GOA SUSEGAD

GOA SUSEGAD

INDIA #15 Thursday 8th December Palolem, Panjim and Anjuna, Goa When you plan a great adventure and think about your final destination, where you will de-brief, reflecting on your time in that country and relax before venturing back to reality, it feels a little emotional and overwhelming arriving in that said place. I am finally here in the infamous Goa; the origin of...

SHANTHI SHANTHI

SHANTHI SHANTHI

INDIA #14 Friday 25th November 2016 Hampi, Karnataka Hampi epitomises the well known phrase ‘Shanthi Shanthi’; peace, calm, and tranquility, which is exactly what I needed after night-after-night of sleepless bus journeys. Unfortunately I spent my whole time in Hampi with a migraine that I couldn’t shift, which I felt hindered my...

THE BACKWATERS OF KERALA

THE BACKWATERS OF KERALA

INDIA #12 Sunday 20th November 2016 Alleppey, Kerala Alleppey (also known as Alappuzha), one of the main gateway’s to the acclaimed canal network known as the backwaters of Kerala, is an invitation to witness south Indian nature at its best. Navigating the 900km wide network, you come across isolated villages surrounded by...

THE SPIRITUAL SOUTH

THE SPIRITUAL SOUTH

INDIA #11 Friday 18th November 2016 Kovalam and Varkala, Kerala Back in to Incredible India after a brief tour of Sri Lanka, and I couldn’t be more ready for it. The next thirty day stint was time to discover the southern delights India had to offer, which I expected to be vastly different to the busyness of the Rajasthani towns. Although I wasn’t exactly sure what to...