Have a look around and you'll discover (endless) photos, (thrilling) travel journal extracts, and (at least five) bits and pieces related to travel, volunteering and adventure, including a blog bursting with misguided travel nonsense and a lot of capital letters.
You'll also find at least a little something on every country I've ever been to - like most people, I want to see as many of them as possible. And if you've got no idea who I am - there's even a page on that. Exciting.
My apologies in advance for the pages on countries I visited when I was very young so remember little of, and those I have only experienced through airport stop-overs. Yes, all three or four of them. Don't worry, I know it doesn't really count as having gone to a country if that's all you've seen of it, but I like to think, if your feet touch ground for at least a moment, you were there, even if you didn't have time to do anything more than buy a sandwich and knock several old people over running through the airport before hopping back on a plane. Don't tell me you haven't been there.
Updates will be added whenever I'm able to get out of the UK (no offence Blighty, you're alright). Occasionally I remember that I already live in a country and write about that as well, although this mainly involves moaning about the British weather and how stubbornly grey everything is, so sorry about that.
See you soon in a distant land, sunburnt to a crisp and probably nursing several thousand mosquito bites,
P.S. Thank you to everyone who has visited this site, travelled with me, financially contributed to my travel (especially my bewilderingly generous parents and Queens' College), trekked with me, taught with me, got lost with me, let me use their pictures on here and let me write for them. You're all SUPERB.
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