Day 2: Choose Your Screensaver To Create Calm

It was dreary today. I didn’t make it outside for a proper walk and the promise of yesterday’s spring seemed very distant all of a sudden.

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Day 1: Spring Has Arrived In Ladywell Fields, London

So here it is. Day one of social distancing.

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2020: The Year Of The Comeback

On doing what you love. And why it’s not always finding time that’s the challenge.

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Reflections On Canberra: A Home That Changed My Life

I still have more to say about my recent travels through Central America. Although as always at this time of year, I find myself reflecting on the three years I spent in Australia.

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What Is The Beaten Track, And Does It Matter If We Ever Get Off It?

When I first started travelling I gave little thought to whether I was following everyone else or not.

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The People Of Central America: David

I had the pleasure of meeting David as part of a free walking tour that I joined through the city of San Salvador.

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The People Of Central America: Joel

Born in the town of Salama, southern Guatemala, Joel is now a local of Poptún. Against adversity, Joel has made a success of his local tuk-tuk business that ferries visitors around the locality. 

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Now For The Ugly: The Top Five Things I Dislike About Travel

I’ve let you all down. When I started this blog I made a promise that I would write about the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of my adventures. 

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My Year In Travel 2017: From The Welsh Riviera To Costa Rica’s Tropical Coast

“Very few travel experiences have made my heart beat as fast as it did in that moment.  With my head torch off, the precipice less than a metre in front of me was invisible.”

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A Mission Statement For Central America

I don’t usually write in the present tense, but here I am in Cahuita, Costa Rica. 

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