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The right time for a new tattoo?

UNITED KINGDOM | Monday, 19 Jul 2010 | Views [524] | Comments [2]

Camden triggers those in the know to ask about Amy Winehouse and whether or not I saw her. It's the ultimate stop for all your alternative and tattoo desires. However, tucked away neatly in Camden Lock is a plethora of market stalls with some very funky ... Read more >


I have to use WORDS?!?!

UNITED KINGDOM | Sunday, 18 Jul 2010 | Views [1043] | Comments [5]

I've been contemplating for three days now how I am going to try and communicate what it was like in London's East End. I have to do this because I was left camera-less after I forgot to charge the battery in my camera, rendering me without any way ... Read more >


So, there's a few tourists around...

UNITED KINGDOM | Saturday, 17 Jul 2010 | Views [737] | Comments [1]

17 July, 2.30pm I think I'm on the edge of Trafalgar Square. It's taken a good twenty minutes of walking to find somewhere I could both acquire a coffee and escape the hordes of tourists. I've spent today largely just wandering and exploring, generally ... Read more >


Start With: Getting to the Right Airport

UNITED KINGDOM | Friday, 16 Jul 2010 | Views [723] | Comments [5]

16 July, 11pm I never sleep particularly well when I know I have to be up early for something important. This morning was that same situation with the last three hours of sleep spent checking on the cat in his latest spot above my head and dreams of ... Read more >


Dubai: Six Months On

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Tuesday, 6 Jul 2010 | Views [853] | Comments [1]

It’s been almost six months since we arrived here in Dubai; and in just two weeks I’ll be walking down the air bridge and leaving for my first Summer departure, a very common practice here whereby the women leave behind all their ‘Summer bachelors’.... Read more >


Photos: Bahrain

BAHRAIN | Friday, 2 Jul 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Itinerary for the UK

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Friday, 2 Jul 2010 | Views [393]

My trip to the UK is now less than two weeks away. For those who want to keep an eye on where I am, or will be, I'll give you a run down of when and where I'll be..... 16 Jul - Fly to London 17-25 Jul - Exploring London and surrounds 26-30 Jul ... Read more >


Photos: Dubai from the Sky

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Sunday, 27 Jun 2010 | Photo Gallery

A seaplane adventure over the skies of Dubai....
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The Desert Oasis of Abu Dhabi

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Monday, 5 Apr 2010 | Views [623]

Well, I couldn't use the camels having right of way again as the title. That's just flogging a joke too hard. However, it's not really a joke. We did sit behind another car AND a truck while a driver rode his camel, and led another, across ... Read more >


The City that Speeds up for YOU

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Monday, 5 Apr 2010 | Views [590]

Well, not quite the whole city. But the escalators do. Many of them stand still in shopping malls and train stations until you come close enough for it to register your presence. Then, all of a sudden it’s running at full speed right in front ... Read more >


The Land of Hits & Misses

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Monday, 5 Apr 2010 | Views [549]

A few snapshots from some of the craziness and chaos around here. Taxis It's a game of hit or miss with taxis around here. They're relatively cheap on account of bargain basement fuel prices, though you're lucky if you find one who actually ... Read more >


Dubai: In the Beginning

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Monday, 5 Apr 2010 | Views [280]

There was chaos. Sweet, decadent chaos. Brace yourself as you're launched into a city racing to become as big and as bad as the biggest and baddest in the world, but with no real clue as to how to go about it or to sustain itself. Lonely Planet ... Read more >


Photos: City Sights

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Monday, 5 Apr 2010 | Photo Gallery

Snapshots of our city day-trips and adventures
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Deira Creek & Souks

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Monday, 5 Apr 2010 | Views [647] | Video

The souks in Deira are pegged akin to traditional markets in Thailand. Touted as a popular tourist destination and a must-see for all travellers to Dubai, Andrew and I decided we'd make a trip of the adventure and take the day exploring the area. We ... Read more >


Pirates & Turtles at Port Royal

THAILAND | Monday, 11 Jan 2010 | Views [568]

One last post from Andrew... Situated 2 hours north-ish of Ko Samui lies a pirate cove, hidden away through rough, charging Asian seas. A place, where only the tenacious or touristy shall venture. Be there treasure here, only yee shall know, but it be ... Read more >


A Taste of Tropical (...and the Tooth)

THAILAND | Sunday, 10 Jan 2010 | Views [579]

Another by Andrew.... At the beach, it's hot. It's VERY hot. The first day we arrived at Ko Samui, after an adventurous 6am start from the national park, was the kinda heat I expect most sane people would stay comfortably inside their air conditioned ... Read more >


Thailand: It's just a plane, train, boat, taxi, ute and bus away...

THAILAND | Thursday, 7 Jan 2010 | Views [665]

Another post from Andrew.... Before I stuck into the nitty gritty of our last few incredible days, I wanna get these two things off my chest; It's been bugging me, okay? It's just a short two points and I'll get them released quick and painlessly for ... Read more >


Photos: Southern Sojourn

THAILAND | Thursday, 31 Dec 2009 | Photo Gallery

The southern end of Thailand....beaches and basking.
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Ladyboys, Markets and Mai... Chiang Mai

THAILAND | Wednesday, 30 Dec 2009 | Views [2234]

A post from Andrew.... Leaving you in the middle of the jungle from my last blog was a little rude, but keeping you on the edge of excitement was my cunning plan. You see, after Bangkok madness, Hill Tribe treks and Elephant riding I wasn't sure quite ... Read more >


More Things I Learned

THAILAND | Wednesday, 30 Dec 2009 | Views [626]

Trains: Can amazingly run on time. If you're lucky. Even better if you're training past the other broken down one that left an hour before you. Sense of karma in that one after our day-long train trip. Western Food: You'll give in eventually. Comparatively ... Read more >


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