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
We recently returned from a two week driving holiday of New Zealand’s south island. I was blessed to be offered a free camper van from Apollo Campers NZ, so it was a no brainer to find the time to get over to the land of the long white cloud for a visit. For some reason, … More So… New Zealand was fun!
After a brief break to pull over and extract the sand from my eyes we continue on our planned 40km ride at 2,400m above sea level in the driest climate on earth. … More A hot and dry bicycle ride through Chile’s Atacama Desert
How did it come to this? This is the question that goes over and over in my mind as I grip the sides of my bunk. My knuckles are white as the hum of the motor threatens my sanity. Our small, single-hulled boat savagely rolls from one side to the other as the force of … More Wild seas and pirates: 24 hours on the Indian Ocean
I’ve been travelling through Brazil for the last couple of weeks. Flying into Rio, I instantly fell in love with a country and people who have for a long time captivated my imagination. For me, there has always been something mystical about Brazil, with its beaches, palm trees, samba and love of the thong! I … More Bahia
Landing in the port city of Buenos Aires, the taxi driver wound down his window a little to allow the anticipation and excitement to ooze from within. It was a stifling Sunday afternoon and as we drove towards the city centre, I could see families in parks, children kicking footballs and people going about their … More Buenos Aires