With the feeling of constant traffic and chaos in Phnom Penh, I was looking forward to a few days out of town along the southern coastline of Cambodia. Most people I had spoken to about the coast said that it … Read all about it!
I had planned on timing my visit here to San Pedro in Atacama, Chile with the new moon. “Why” you ask? The Atacama desert is known as the driest place on earth. In fact, not even bacteria can survive in … Read all about it!
For 7 months now, I’ve travelled through 11 countries in Central and South America and have developed a deep appreciation for the quieter surrounds and scenery here. No matter where I’ve been, I’ve come to really enjoy the sunsets that … Read all about it!
Without sounding too cliched, time surely is flying… It’s not like I’ve been having fun seeing tourist destinations or buying gadgets or nicely fitted clothes. I’ve finally felt like I’m in a good space where the simple act of going … Read all about it!
Up until now I’ve always been the type of person to criticize those who spent their hard earned dorras to fly to a country to not to immerse themselves in a culture and not do a whole lot of anything … Read all about it!
When we left Oaxaca City, it was a cool and dry 22 degrees. Upon arriving at Puerto Escondido with our bodies sore and aching from the Death Bus, we were greeted with 30 degree and tropical like weather. It would … Read all about it!
Today was one of those days where everybody just did nothing except listen to music, got for a swim/surf followed by chilling out with a few beers in the afternoon and a game of frisbee on the beach. I can … Read all about it!
One of the most difficult things I’ll have to cope with will be leaving the my current location of Balmain in Sydney. Having spent exactly ten years living here, it’s been a joy and a curse as well as I’ve realised it is one of the reasons as to why it’s taken so long to finally take the plunge and spend so much time on the road.