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…

Remote Thailand (1)

For my girlfriend’s 30th I took her for a few days in the French Riviera, we stayed the beautiful Negresco Hotel which is home to over 6,000 pieces of art owned by the eccentric owner who lives on the sixth floor. Read more…

The 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… 


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…


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…


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…


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… 

On 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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