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.
Two 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.
latest from the blog
December 4, 2016
Missed the first one? Check out the original Tiny Ramblings here. In Bangkok there are massage salons with “balls massages” on the menu. Just down the road from one of the fanciest malls in the world. It’s up there on the window for everyone to see. Balls massage. And you got ladyboy hookers and businessmen…
November 20, 2016
How much does it really cost to travel Europe? This year I went to find out. After a short jaunt with my family, I took off to backpack the continent solo for five months. 11 countries, 23 cities, 40 beds and 10,101km later, it’s finally over. Truthfully, I was a little nervous doing my numbers….
November 17, 2016
Note: New Zealand passport holders have slightly different Schengen rules to other countries. If you are not a New Zealand passport holder, this post will not apply to you. You can read about the standard Schengen rules here. If you’ve travelled to Europe, you will be familiar with the 90/180 days Schengen visa rule. Citizens of…