If Beijing and Ulaanbatar were people, then Beijing is a cheery teen in daisy dukes and a slogan t-shirt proclaiming something peppy and positive like; “YAY! It’s summer! (An actual slogan I saw on the subway). Ulaanbatar, on the other hand, is a beaming tank of a guy in a snapback and black puffer jacket, who looks as though he could just as easily squish … Continue reading Brief Beijing and My First Moments in Mongolia
I think you ought to know the truth.. India does something that nowhere else does. Continue reading Why YOU Should Go to India
It’s ironic that I’m finding it difficult to find the adequate words to sum up my time in Rajasthan.
While I consider how to do it justice, I thought a gallery of my favourite subject matter might offer some insight into the magic I saw along the way. Continue reading India; Looking Back at You
Hiking; Not just for the hell of it. Continue reading The Holy City and A Hell of a Hike
To say my view is above average, would be an understatement. I’m lounging by the rooftop pool, overlooking Udaipur – the city for lovers – mojito in hand. There are rolling hills in the hazy distance that look as though someone has gone through with a giant sand pale and left tens of hilly pinnacles in their wake. At the foot of the hills, built … Continue reading Udapuir; Two sides to every story
A day in the life of the original nomad. Continue reading Being Bablou
I’ve been placed in a sound capsule. The only noise is the whir of a fan and the buzz of air conditioning. My seat – which doubles as my bed – is a padded maroon vinyl bench. There’s 8 of us in our compartment, all currently subdued by the sedative motion of the train. We’ve been travelling for 14 hours and there’s another 3 and … Continue reading All Aboard the Overnighter