The agate water of the rushing Soča provides relief from the summer sun. Kayaks dodge the river’s treacherous rocks and hikers scramble up the mountains surrounding the deep valley the river has cut. With pristine nature and remarkably cheap prices, the Soča valley is an outdoor-lover’s paradise. In an … Continue reading Mountains, Rivers, and Sights to Give You Shivers.
My experiences with travel.
Mallorca isn’t all drugs, sex and rock and roll. Some people actually live there, and they need roads. I’m not sure what it is about this picture that makes me so happy, possibly it’s reminiscent of an American feel-good movie, or maybe it’s just reminiscent of a holiday in the sun with my friends. All … Continue reading Mallorca
Journey to Ceylon
With my rugby team as an end of year trip, I was fortunate enough travel to Sri Lanka. CWW stand sfor Classroom Without Walls. Here is the article I wrote for the schools online newspaper, The Lions Journal. I’m off again this Saturday but there shall be more to come! After nearly 24 hours of travel … Continue reading Journey to Ceylon
They say that olives are an acquired taste. That you have to eat twelve of them before you start to enjoy them. After forcing down twelve, through either magic or some kind of perverse Stockholm syndrome, you realise you want more olives. Such is life in Beijing. Some take to the sprawling metropolis like ducks … Continue reading Beijing Blues
Where Things Change
Istanbul is a city of change. Its name has changed as the empires and republics it was home to rose and fell. Asia changes to Europe when you sail across the Bosphorus Strait which cleaves the city in two. What changed for me during my visit there was my view of travel, my first step … Continue reading Where Things Change
Mountains and Forebearance
Switzlerand is wasted on those who do not visit the mountains. With this in mind, this weekend eight fairly incompetent teenagers embarked on a five hour hikefrom Glarus Bahnhof to a campsite on the idyllic Klöntalersee. The journey was beautiful, serene and at times somewhat surreal, but it was also somewhat ineffable, no matter which … Continue reading Mountains and Forebearance
It Would Be A Really Good Idea If…
This story comes from the winter of 2012. I was fifteen years old and I was staying with a group of other students in a hotel on the shores of Lake Bosomtwe just outside of Kumasi. Lake Bostomtwe was beautiful and warm, it was almost perfectly round, having been created by a meteorite.strike several million … Continue reading It Would Be A Really Good Idea If…