I’m a food obsessed, travel fanatic who loves to explore wild places.
I think I must bore those around me when they ask what I’m planning on doing with my life, its always answered with which adventure I’m planning next, not what job I want or whatever. My childhood has always been filled with adventure. From climbing down rock faces to check out caves by the sea or exploring areas that are technically off limits, my parents encouraged the adventurous side in me. I live in a rural part of England and have always identified the hills and fields as a way to escape, with many hours being spent making dens and whittling sticks.
Cities of the world are starting to grow on me since visiting such incredible places such as Fez and Panama City but the wilder places always draw me back. The main draws of travelling the world for me are the unique landscapes and cultures that you find in every country. This is why photography has become a hobby of mine, so I can record my experiences visually and hopefully encourage others to take the plunge and travel to some of the beautiful places the world has to offer. All the photos on this blog are taken by me, unless there’s a photo of me, then you can assume I didn’t take it.
Currently however, I am stuck doing a degree I don’t entirely enjoy. I spend most of my spare time dreaming of, and saving for, travel around the world. I’m a walking talking stereotype, I know. I’ve been out of Europe and I’m in my 20s, so I’m sure everyone wants to know about it. But it doesn’t matter, I love travelling and I love writing these blog posts, it distracts my mind from thoughts of rocks and minerals. Even typing that sent a shiver down my spine.
I’ve currently been to 26 countries, some of them with family which I will occasionally write about, but on the most part this blog is about travelling alone or with friends.
Let me know what you think in the comments or even drop me a like and I’d love to hear your personal experiences of these places too.