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Around Edinburgh

On three of my four previous visits to one of the most beautiful cities in the UK, it has rained heavily and been largely…

Explore the Elements

Explore the Elements is a contest that invites bloggers and photographers to showcase the images they’ve captured on their travels. There are four categories…

A Drive Through Detroit

Since arriving in America, I am constantly aware of how American cities are so very different from those that I know in Europe. Everything is much…

Trolltunga

Trolltunga, meaning Troll’s Tongue is a rock in Norway that juts out from a cliff face, seven hundred metres above the lake below and…

Jeju Fire Festival 2014

Officially named Jeju Field Burning Festival, this was every pyromaniac’s fantasy: large volumes of fireworks being launched into the air, followed by setting a…

Paradise Resort No More

When I come across an abandoned building, I normally find myself encountering a building that has fallen into disrepair, but never looked like it…

Abandoned School, Jeju

Abandoned places fascinate me. I am on a mission to find as many as I can. Maybe then I will sleep in some of…

Green Resort Abandoned Hotel

On the South Korean island of Jeju, I have continued my explorations of abandoned buildings. This particular building was next door to the abandoned…

Abandoned Circus, Jeju

Roll up, roll up, for the greatest show in South Korea… A circus is a creepy place at the best of times. When it…

Abandoned Hotel Movie Set, Jeju

One of the most delightful and simultaneously frustrating things about South Korea, is that you never know quite what to expect. When I heard…

Daegu, a Slice of Grey

Many cities in South Korea have a nickname featuring an adjective. Despite Daegu being coined as ‘Colourful Daegu,’ it is one of the greyest…

Camping in a Haunted Forest

According to Listverse, the Hoia-Baciu Forest is second on the list of the world’s most strange and unique (read haunted) forests. When I heard…

Debauchery on the Danube

Ninety-four pictures of real-life Danubian pirates. And no words. This is our story in pictures. Click an image to make it bigger and enter…

Beautiful, Surprising Ukraine

After the demise of the Pirate ship, our Danube adventure was abandoned and I decided to hitchhike instead. From Budapest, I headed first to…

The Funeral

I don’t like funerals. I never have. Although when I actually think about it, I don’t suppose anyone really enjoys funerals. Least of all…

Hitchhiking in a Suit

Last week, I left the craziness of Istanbul to hit the road and hitchhike once more. Unfortunately, I was over-laden with all of my…

Things I Found in Europe

Here are some things I found while hitchhiking. So many different things. Click here if you can’t see the photos above.

People Doing Things II

Eating ice cream, fishing, resting, embracing, hugging, laughing, long-boarding, walking, holding hands, kissing, carrying logs, getting married, stretching, feeding birds, looking, chasing buses, and cycling…

Postcards From Europe II

As a follow-up to my original album, Postcards from Europe, here is another collection of places that I found along my hitchhiking way. Once…

Hitchhiking Friends

As I hitchhiked through Europe I met hundreds, probably thousands of people. I was driven by over 2oo individuals and I slept in the…