Blurb Its been a while. Alot has happened this last year, after the world tour I slowed down with the travelling. I have had short breaks to Dublin and had a stag do in Prague. I even took my parents to South Korea as a family trip. This will mark my first blog of 2020 and hopefully the first of many to come. We decided … Continue reading Norway in a nutshell
Blurb This is it. The ending to my masterpiece. I mean, I will be going to another country in the future but I am happy I managed to do this. Out of all my life goals, this was definitely in the top 5. I had travelled the world before the age of 30, even though there are still some blanks to fill in, I was … Continue reading Vietnam Finale: Hanoi and Ha Long bay
Blurb The one in the middle, a hidden gem and a place where people might say “where’s that?”. Laos or Lao is a country situated in South East Asia and is a popular traveller’s destination. It is sandwiched between Thailand, Vietnam and sits on top of Cambodia. While I was sitting in my room in Phnom Penh and chilling with a fellow traveller (Tristan!), I … Continue reading What’s a Lao?
Blurb Bali is easy to say, it’s two syllables and chances are you have heard of it. The popular location in Indonesia is a tourist hub and Australians will often travel to this location year in year out. It is filled with European travellers and people who often have done a working visa in Australia looking to holiday in a cheap and different location. You … Continue reading Bali: Paradise Island
Blurb I never really knew much about New Zealand except for its famous rugby team, the All blacks. I think I recall New Zealand having good lamb meat too. So when I arrived, I didn’t really know what to expect, I thought it may be similar to Australia but I was pleasantly surprised. New Zealand is separated into the North and South islands. I only … Continue reading South New Zealand & Captain America
Blurb Cape Town is almost like an alien city compared to the rest of South Africa. It is modern, trendy and very cosmopolitan. I was expecting it to have the same reputation of Jo’burg but it really is the opposite, I walked around the city centre during the night, enjoyed its local restaurants without hassle and I didn’t have to pray to the Uber gods … Continue reading My favourite things about Cape Town and its not the penguins