It may come as a surprise but not everywhere is amazing. Don’t get me wrong a lot of the places I go to are absolutely
Random stories of adventures over many years of travel
How much does it really cost to travel the world and how can I afford to do it?
It’s finally legal to travel from the UK again! Yippee! The UK has a traffic light system in place for returning travellers, with only travellers
I took a step further into the darkness. The floor was cold and slippery on my bare feet. The child holding the light was a few steps in front of me, through another small opening. I squeezed through on my hands and knees and the boy shone the torch further in. I could see the water a few metres ahead. I jumped into the cool fresh water and ducked my head underneath; I hadn’t washed properly in a couple of days.
A villager said something in Pidgin I didn’t understand. Francis translated for me. “You are probably the first white man in these caves” he said. That’s when I realised that this wasn’t normal traveling. What I had done and seen over the previous few days isn’t just something that you can buy on a tour package, or plan to do before you leave. This was a once in a lifetime adventure I had stumbled upon. Something I could only have dreamed about back home.
I love going to places where others don’t go. I don’t want to see the tourist crowds or check off what every other guide book
So you’ve decide to travel. Congratulations! Now a bigger question? Are you travelling solo or with a friend? I’ll list the pros and cons of