January 29, 2020

Trans-Siberian Railway: Moscow

September 5, 2017 0

IN PICTURES: Moscow.  Russia’s capital and one of the largest cities in the world, home to 12 million people, and the centre of some of the biggest political changes in the 20th century…   “Crazy […]

Snowboarding: Mayrhofen

March 10, 2012 0

Slovenia had been good, but I was looking forward to getting back up to a large resort.  Mayrhofen is hailed as a “snowboarders mecca”, which is unsurprising given that it has an impressive and award […]

Snowboarding: Solden

February 26, 2012 0

Leaving Solden and Austria behind, I’m now bound for Slovenia by train, and looking back on the last tiring and muddled week I’m trying to think what I’m going to say… this post may be […]

First Bite at the Big Apple

December 15, 2011 0

We were near finishing a job in Canada, when my friend Sam suggested that if I was going traveling for an unknown time, we better have some sort of “leaving doo”!  And as we were […]

Dominican: Kiteboarding “Zero to Hero”

September 21, 2010 0

We left most of the windsurfing and kiteboarding for the second week, opting to basically do most of the trips which Iguana Mama had to offer in the first week. The nightlife wasn’t as busy […]

Dominican Adventure: Mama Knows Best

September 14, 2010 0

  The Dominican Republic, part of the gloriously sunny and relaxed Caribbean, and visited by adventurers, honeymooners, and sun-seekers alike, young and old, from around the world. I’m in the young(ish) sun-seeking (wannabe) adventurer category! […]