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    Burma – a photoblog

    I met this truck of friendly locals at a temple

    ‘This is Burma and it is unlike any land you know about’ Rudyard Kipling The famous quote by the well-travelled Mr Kipling sums up Burma (now known as Myanmar) pretty well – it really is unlike any other part of the world I’ve visited. It sits relatively far behind a lot of the rest of Asia in terms of tourism, with plenty of the country still closed off to foreign visitors, and whilst I saw tourists during my month of…

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    Australasia Travel

    The ultimate Kiwi bucket list

    Bonfires on the beach, bungee jumping, interviewing All Blacks, shaking hands with the Prime Minister and coming face to face with wild Kiwis all in the name of the great New…

  • Three Wise Monkeys, Matsumoto, Japan
    Asia Travel

    Take a few moments and join me in Japan

    Japan – a vibrant, noisy, peaceful, loud, calm, colourful, hectic country. A country that is full of people, but a place where you can still find so much quiet. My travels…

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    Asia Travel

    Sri Lanka must-dos: Ella Rock, rocks!

    Elephants casually strolling down the sidewalks, glorious beaches, breathtaking hikes and one of the biggest homes of tea (can you tell I’m British?!) are just a few of the reasons I…

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    Australasia Travel

    Mount Aspiring from above

    I started out writing a blog post all about my experiences on an intimate scenic flight above Wanaka and Mount Aspiring, but after flicking through my photos I decided that words…

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    Travel Tips Work

    The world of woofing

    When I first arrived in New Zealand in 2015, I knew I wanted to settle down somewhere to work and live for a while – not only to earn money for…

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    Europe

    A Pilgrimage Across Spain

    The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is something that hundreds of thousands of people participate in every year. Legend has it that the remains of St. James…