A few weeks ago I escaped the city for a weekend in the bush, the bush we chose to go to was Grampians National Park in Victoria, Australia. I’ve been meaning to go to the Grampians for a while now, and although I been very close It wasn’t for a hike, but instead for festivals … More Grampians National Park
Often I open up my word doc and crack on, unbeknown to what I’m even going to write about. This shit comes straight from the heart, and can more often than not be perceived in the wrong way. Cognitive dissonance. A feeling of being somewhat stuck in the middle, indecisive, contradicted by two views or … More Expressions Finest
When the word heritage floats through my brain the first thing I think of is Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Vietnam. Phong Nha was designated a Unesco World Heritage site in 2003 and is one of the most amazing, eerie, national parks I have visited to this day. The morning of these photographs was … More Weekly Challenge: Heritage
It was only this time last Tuesday I was writing, and I quote ‘This is old hat to me now, or so I seem to keep telling myself” in regards to going out, drinking alcohol and throwing up in the back of a cab. Well… I have good news, this time round I managed to … More The Great Escape
After a long weekend filled with liver destroying quantities of alcohol one is crawling down the road to recovery, slowly but surely. I would be very disappointed with myself had I gone the whole weekend and achieved nothing but self-inflicted damage. After all, I’m usually the one to turn down a drink in return for a … More Mother Natures Remedy
Whenever I have a light bulb moment or feel like I should save something, whether it be a screenshot of a cool fact, a new song or an idea that pops into my brain, I jot it down on the nearest thing to me. Sometimes peoples faces, sometimes I shave my idea into a friends beard … More Good Morning!
Travel blogs can often be very deceiving, I’ve had a rough few days emotionally which I’m over now so I can reflect back and write with a clear mind. Of course it’s lovely to write about all of the amazing things, and more often than not I find myself waffling on about this awesome trip, or that … More No Yin without Yang