One of my formative travel experiences was a low, low, low budget trip to Egypt with my best friend Fiona. We were typical poverty stricken London University students, but that didn’t stop our adventuring ways.
During a teppanyaki experience at the Bali Intercontinental last year, I was seated by a Swiss man. In case you’re not familiar with teppanyaki it’s a Japanese style of cooking where guests are seated around
As a blogger I spend way to much time on the Internet and social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, StumbledUpon… Well, you get the idea. For many years Iresisted the urge to
When I was 18 I left school and home to begin my independent adult life and world travels. It didn’t start off well. My first job was nanny for a family in France. Let’s just say that they were horrid. My second
Hiking Mount Barney is not a walk in the park. Rising 1,359m above sea level, in South East Queensland’s Scenic Rim, Mount Barney’s peak is often shrouded in clouds. It’s an impressive sight from ground