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Podcast #5: Odessa and Ukraine

This week, Alexander Woolley joins me to discuss Ukraine, and in particular the historic Black Sea port of Odessa.

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Scooter in Bali

Podcast #4: Biking in Bali as a Beginner

In this episode I share my experience of learning to ride a motorbike (well, scooter) on the mean streets of Bali. Okay, so not exactly mean, but pretty freaking hectic for sure. Read more…

Podcast #3: Emigrating to Peru as a Family

In this episode I talk to Johnny Parsons from England who, together with his family, emigrated from his adopted home of Yorkshire to the Peruvian capital of Lima. Read more…

Amed in Bali

Podcast #2: The Bali Episode

In this episode I talk about my recent time in that most instagrammable of places – the Indonesian island (province, even) of Bali. Read more…

Podcast #1: Pandora’s Backpack

In this, the first episode, I talk about how I left the comfortable corporate life behind to go on a life-changing trip, and how this changed things for good, whether I liked it or not. Read more…

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Why I Left the Perfect Writers’ Retreat

When I’m cooped up in a city centre I often yearn to go to place out in the wilds to get some work done. It’s especially the case when I’m a on particularly unproductive run. Read more…

Kaliningrad fan zone and house of soviets

I Went to Russia for the World Cup and All You Got Were These 4 Lousy Videos

Poland is right next door to the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad, so when I heard that Russia were hosting a bit of a football tournament, and that some of the games would be in Kaliningrad, I thought I’d drop by. Read more…

The Good, the Bad … and the Weird of 2017

It’s that time of year when all self-obsessed (sorry, self-respecting) blogger types post their own personal summaries of the year, as though they’re at the centre of the known universe or something. Read more…

Biking the Dunajec River Gorge [VIDEO]

The Dunajec River Gorge in southern Poland is a well known as a place to go rafting, but it was a mite chilly for that, so I went for the two-wheels-and-no-hypothermia option instead. Read more…

Ever Had a False Epiphany?

One morning last year I looked at my calendar and was quite surprised by something I saw. Read more…

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