Hakuna Matata

As my eight-hour shuttle bus from Tanzania to Kenya entered the outskirts of Nairobi, it was immediately apparent how tight security has become in Kenya over the past few years. To enter the airport access road, we were marched off the bus and put through security screenings as military personnel searched the inside of the bus and put … More Hakuna Matata

The Annapurna Circuit

The Annapurna circuit – 220km and three weeks later I have completed the most physically demanding yet rewarding experience which I will treasure for ever. Through desert, dust, snow and rain I walked. Passing tiny remote villages, climbing 5416m and appreciating the raw nature of the Himalayas. Removed from the world of technology and the … More The Annapurna Circuit

Northern Weirdness

Catching up on the last 2 weeks of my Indian journey now, I have fallen behind on my blogging due to a mad eager rush to get to Nepal for some trekking. So here goes my best re-accounts of Rishikesh and Dharamsala… I spent a total of 3 weeks amongst the spiritual vibes of Rishikesh … More Northern Weirdness

Happy Holi!

I headed to Nepal for 5 days after the tour finished, hoping to head form Kathmandu to Pokhara to paraglide and do some trekking. Unfortunately I came down with the flu and this adventure trip turned into spending 5 nights in a Kathmandu hostel. The city of Kathmandu is still in stages of re-development following … More Happy Holi!

Venturing East

    Agra – a shit city with an amazing monument. Packed full of tourists as I was expecting this city wasn’t high on my list. The Taj Mahal being the solo reason 15,000 tourists flock through the gates every day. The monument was fairly impressive; we headed there before sunrise in an effort to … More Venturing East