In 2011, I quit my job as an accountant and set off on a journey around the world.
One year turned into two, and then three, and then four. Eventually, I decided to make the road my home.
Three years ago I started this blog as a place to share stories with friends and family: about the places I’ve been, the people I’ve met and the things I’ve learned.
Today, the stories continue to be told, but it’s also become a place for you – a place where you can learn to travel the world, build a life on the road and create your own adventure.
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March 19, 2017
I spent about a week in Norway recently. On my first night, I stayed in a small cabin in the town of Neiden. I don’t actually know if you could call it a town. It probably only had eleven people living there. We arrived in the late afternoon, stashed some beers in the fridge, ate…
March 16, 2017
If you’re looking to start a backpacking career, there probably is no better place than Europe. It’s safe(ish), there’s a common currency, it is super easy to get around, most people speak English, there are so many countries, it’s packed with history and famous sights and the backpacking culture is booming. Only one problem –…
March 2, 2017
A few months ago I returned to New Zealand from a five week stint in Bangkok. I decided to head to my beloved Thai capital after a few months in the European winter, which was driving me nuts. I finally understand why Southeast Asia is full of Europeans in December and why they’re all so…