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Where's Jonny? Care to dine with me? You would think that 11 years of daily food tasting for a living might put me off?......au contraire! Chomp away with me across 6 continents. Seduced like a bloodhound to the scent of good food, I anticipate the misty waft of steaming broths, the satisfying crunch of mudbugs and the vibrant aroma of freshly pulverised lemongrass. Buon appetito


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Miami Marathon Man

USA | Sunday, 4 Nov 2007 | Views [2163] | Comments [1]

I only wanted a cheap pair of running shoes but was sneakered into purchasing an, "intelligent" pair of Nike's.  I can't really afford them but in Miami its all about looking the part. Silver trims, ipod transmitter under the sole and side ... Read more >

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A poem about Mozzies

CAMBODIA | Saturday, 21 Apr 2007 | Views [1154] | Comments [1]

Lying in my bed in Ao Nang, Southern Thailand I was plagued by a swarm of at least 4 mosquitos.  They tortured me and prevented me sleeping.  These are my thoughts between 3am and 6am. Vampyric Assasins Maybe I picked up the fans shrill whirring ... Read more >

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My "A" Team

THAILAND | Monday, 26 Mar 2007 | Views [933]

1. Merrel hiking shoes - without a doubt the best buy of the trip.  I have used them for walking streets in Hong Kong, the Great Wall in China, and Trekking in north Thailand.   They have prevented cobras biting my ankles and broken glass cutting my ... Read more >

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Reality strikes a hard blow

HONG KONG | Wednesday, 28 Feb 2007 | Views [944]

Realising that my comfortable life at the Plaza Hotel could not continue I checked out after 6 days.  I was budgetting on 20pounds per night in Asia and this hotel was costing me three times that amount. Opting for another hotel, (hostels are ignored ... Read more >

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The Huey

SOUTH AFRICA | Tuesday, 20 Feb 2007 | Views [897]

Sitting cross legged on my ultra thin towel like a native Indian I listen across the crescent shaped bay hoping its the one.  The one unlike all the others. As the breeze skims the perfect aquamarine curls, I pick up the sound. Amplified by the huge twelve ... Read more >

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An unlikely partnership?

SOUTH AFRICA | Monday, 19 Feb 2007 | Views [849] | Comments [1]

About my new companion..... My new friend is considerate and never enters the hostel dorm when I am sleeping, turning on the lights or making noises unnecessarily. My friend doesn't snore loudly or mutter nonesense in his sleep. My friend is a modern ... Read more >

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