I don’t know why I never thought of doing this, but I love editing movies and often film my holidays and this is what I produced from my trip to South East Asia. I visited Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Continue reading How to relive your holiday
Well I wanted snow, and boy oh boy did I get it. One day and four trains later, we emerged on the top island, Hokkaido, to a white wash. The trees were all sprinkled with a bright white powder, the houses looked squashed under big puffy piles of white, and the large expansive lakes were … Continue reading Sapporo to Otaru: the frozen cities
It has hit that point, as it does in every trip, where you suddenly realise how fast the time has gone, and how little you have left. As the cold seems endless, the race through train stations never ending, and the new faces familiar, the days begin to blur into one and you lose track … Continue reading Kyoto also spells Tokyo
They say the best way to see a city is to get lost. But when you’re such skilled explorers like Hannah and myself, it’s hard to get lost, so walking is our next best option. While both a means of staying warm, and saving money, walking takes you to secret parts of the city a … Continue reading Osaka
This time a year ago I had just returned from an amazing and unforgettable six week journey around south-east Asia. Over the past few months as I helped countless friends plan their own adventures of south-east Asia (where to go, where to eat, how to beat the scams, how to have the most incredible fun, … Continue reading New day, new holiday.