Welcome to Asia January 25th 2009 You may have got the impression from my other blogs, that i didn't like Australia. For the most part that is true, but i did like the north of Queensland, and Brisbane was a nice city. Cairns and Cape Trib were much more scenic. We did do more in those places, so I'm not sure if we liked the place because we did more or we did more because we liked the place. Its one of those chicken and egg type ... read more
Asia » Singapore » Little India Singapore was founded as a British trading colony in 1819. It joined the Malaysian Federation in 1963 but separated two years later and became independent. It subsequently became one of the world's most prosperous countries with strong international ... ... read more
The thing I love most about travelling is that it forces you to live in the moment. You never really think more than a few days ahead, if that. It's about what you're doing now. How do we get there? Where does that go? I wonder what that's like. And it gives you an incredible feeling of freedom. At home, we bog ourselves down with worries and plans that keep us focused on what will happen in the future. But when travelling, all that stuff doesn't matter. You deal with it when it happens.
In 2008/09 I went backpacking round the world. Well, some of it. I'm... full info