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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.

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  • The Books I Read In 2016
    January 8, 2017

    Books! This has been a big part of my life the last couple of years, especially because I suck at reading and used to take so much pride in never reading the book in school and still passing the exam. But this is no longer school, this is life, and reading is starting to feel…

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  • 2016 In Review: A Productive Summer, Turning 30 & Discovering Europe
    December 28, 2016

    2016 is in the bag. How was it? As has been tradition each year (2014 and 2015 here), I’ll be publishing my personal summary of the year gone by. Where did I succeed? Where did I fail? What was good? Bad? My own reflections are below for you to read if you wish, but more…

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  • Big Trouble In Little Kraków
    December 22, 2016

    I didn’t feel like going home. I’d just had dinner with some friends in the main square and they’d all clocked out early; it was only 11pm. With a belly full of beer, I decided to hit the bars for a couple more, lone cowboy style. After a twenty minute walk I was in the…

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