3rd May. I know I promised to keep this journal updated... but poor wifi connection and I got slightly distracted by dolphins (more to follow)... From Split I headed up the coast road by bus to the city of Zadar. The journey was amazing, with rugged mountains on one side of the road and views … Continue reading Continuing up the Croatian coastline.
So my journey has begun and here is my first entry in my travel journal.. Which I promise to keep updated whenever I can. - 27th April - I arrived in Split yesterday after a painless flight and a very easy airport to city transfer thanks to the shuttle bus which was kindly waiting outside on … Continue reading Starting in Split
So, I have less than a week before I head out on my next long term adventure. Some of it is planned and some isn’t. I have a flight booked to Split, and two weeks at the Adriatic Dolphin Project – on Mali Lošinj. I have just under a week to slowly wander up the … Continue reading My Next Trip….
“The mountains are calling and I must go” – John Muir I had a gap in my ‘travelling about finding myself schedule’ and I had been home in the UK for a few weeks, planning my next extended trip, but I had a over a month before that trip started, I was getting bored and … Continue reading Mules & Mountain Air – Trekking in the Atlas Mountains
I loved my time on Koh Sdach, but when island fever sets in its time to explore… One of my favourate places in Cambodia, was Kampot, it was a great palce to escape for a few days. It's a small town on the river near to the border with Vietnam behind the town is a … Continue reading Travels in Cambodia: Kampot
I have finally succumbed to what I can only describe as a fatal case of itchy feet, as there is no known cure my only option is to embrace the ailment and see where it takes me…
A selection of pictures that capture my trip to Morocco....
During my travels in South East Asia, I spent a memorable 6 weeks on the remote island of Koh Sdach in Cambodia. 6 weeks on a remote tropical island, easy, you may think but an outbreak of Dengue fever, limited water supplies, even more limited supplies of dairy produce and the perils of living in … Continue reading Off the beaten path in Cambodia – Koh Sdach
Arriving Marrakesh airport after an easy 3 hr flight, I was surprised at how far away from home I felt. Set between the snowy peaks of the Atlas Mountains and the vast red sand of the Sahara desert Marrakesh feels like another world. The first thing I was aware of was how different the light … Continue reading Souks, Slippers & Snake Charmers- Wandering around Marrakech.
when I grow up I want to be a Marine Biologist - me age 10 - I have always been fascinated by the sea, but I have never learned to dive, I can only give the same standard excuses as I do for everything else I haven't done since I grew up. .. I've got … Continue reading Into the blue – Diving and Marine Conservation – Cambodia
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