Travel

My very first trip alone was a three-month voluntary placement in Ethiopia, this was a really immersive experience where I lived with a host family who didn’t speak much English and I earned an Ethiopian wage. Since then I have travelled as much as I can and love to get off-the-beaten-track and avoid overly touristy experiences.

Below are my most recent travel blogs…

1The Gilded Age was a time of unprecedented wealth in America. Competitiveness among the rich led to the creation many palatial mansions used solely as summer homes or party houses. Read more… 

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On paper, the little towns and villages of New England sounded somewhat similar to each other, as they all feature boutique shops, galleries and similar architecture. Once I actually arrived in each place I found unique and interesting things to discover. Read more…

 

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New England is a picturesque region in the eastern United States that is great explored by car, my first stop was Kennebunkport, a small coastal town with pretty architecture, boutique shops and locally-owned art galleries. Read more…

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Many of the Islands in the south of Thailand are somewhat spoilt by the amount of tourists and backpackers, Koh Yao Noi is a friendly, undeveloped island affording a really authentic experience for travellers. Read more…

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Four years ago I spent three months in Ethiopia, at the time I was 19 years old without much travel experience to compare it to. Now that I have travelled much more my perspective has changed. Read more… 

2On a one-hour plane journey from Delhi to Udaipur, I met a young Christian woman, the conversation which followed was unexpected. Read more…

 

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