Travel Diary: Patagonia

If you could choose one destination to travel back to before you die, where would it be? I’ve been asked this question a few times over the years and it’s one that I think about when I should be doing more useful things…like working! For me, the answer is more often than not Patagonia, the … More Travel Diary: Patagonia

The age-old conundrum of choosing the right travel companion

While the topic of this post has the potential to cause fractures within even the strongest of friendships, it is my responsibility as an aspiring travel writer to cover those topics that have the potential to make or break a trip. For anyone who has travelled extensively, I’m sure you’ve had some degree of regret … More The age-old conundrum of choosing the right travel companion

Here’s to now: Travel from a different perspective

Humans venture away from all that is familiar for various reasons. For some, staying in one place for too long brings feelings of uncomfortable stagnation, while others have a thirst for adventure and to push their limits. Perhaps the reason that makes most sense to me is the one concerned with not only realising a deeper … More Here’s to now: Travel from a different perspective

Mountain leftovers

We just arrived in Nazca after a torturous overnight bus ride from the second largest city in Peru, Arequipa. The bus was at capacity, the air-conditioning was non-existent and the driver kept himself awake by either playing chicken with oncoming traffic or simply running them off the road. Entertaining night all round! My few weeks … More Mountain leftovers

Patagonian Landscapes

After arriving to warm and sunny Buenos Aires this afternoon, I spent a few hours sorting through the thousands of photos I took over the last few weeks travelling through Patagonia. Looking back over this time gives me a sense of pride in that I have achieved a long-held dream of travelling overland through Patagonia. … More Patagonian Landscapes