I have crossed the ocean and arrived in Belgium – Wooo! Once I have posted this I can go eat chocolate and waffles and drink beer! – Double Wooo! I had thought that having already put up a blog about crossing the oceans writing a second one would be more difficult, that there wouldn’t be […]Continue Reading... 7 Comments.
I would guess that most people go to the Grand Canyon with, well grand expectations – I suppose I was somewhat the opposite of that – my expectations were actually reasonably low having previously been to the similarly massive Copper Canyon in Mexico, which I was able to get to easily by public transport and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It’s the feeling that got me into travelling in the first place, it’s the feeling that time and time again has instantly recharged my travelling batteries and made me just want to cry out at how beautiful and amazing the world is. Link to this post!Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
So my plan has become to travel around the world without flying. When I mention this to people one of the first questions I get is how will I get across the Oceans – and my answer has been to arrange passage on container ships to cross the worlds two greatest oceans. The first of […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
With increased investment in roads, transport times between cities and towns in Burma/Myanmar are steadily falling, and on the main routes, the standard of buses can be amongst the best in South East Asia, and indeed companies like JJ Express (which stands apparently for Joyous Journey Express – which, good as it is, is probably […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Having high expectations of a place when travelling is always a dangerous thing. So often you can build something up to the point that the reality has no way of meeting the illusion you have created in your mind. Often for me, I will arrive at a place to find that an over abundance of […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.