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The Wedding Dance – Bollywood Style

The Wedding Dance – Bollywood Style

Being on the road in October 2013 has unfortunately meant that I have had to miss the weddings of four very close friends. Unable to celebrate and join them on the dance floor in person I’ve made a Bollywood dance video for them instead. On Saturday 19th October 2013 Laura and Colin in London, and Susana and Andrew in Mexico are getting married. It’s a great day for a celebration. This dance video is for you guys. Sorry I...

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Patna to Varanasi – Madness on the Roads heading to the Holiest of Cities

Patna to Varanasi – Madness on the Roads heading to the Holiest of Cities

The drive to Purnia went so smoothly I was there by lunchtime. By smoothly it was the standard chaos but with only one overturned truck in the middle of the highway to dodge. Having reach my planned destination for the day I decided to have a crack at making Patna by nightfall. It was turned out to be the biggest risk I’d taken on the journey to date. As the roads clogged up it became obvious I wasn’t going to make it before...

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The Ted Simon Foundation – Jupiter’s Travellers

The Ted Simon Foundation – Jupiter’s Travellers

I’m honoured, excited and privileged to announce that I’ve been selected as a Jupiter’s Traveller for the Ted Simon Foundation. New Jupiter’s Travellers Announced The Ted Simon Foundation – Travel with Purpose The Ted Simon Foundation encourages those who adventure into the world to go the extra mile and transform their experiences into something of value for the world to share. To learn more check out this...

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Singapore – Big City, Bright Lights and Big Nights

Singapore – Big City, Bright Lights and Big Nights

I landed at Changi Airport in Singapore on time and was looking for a quick exit. With a little luck I’d make it into town to catch the second half of the AB’s v Aussie rugby match. If there was one airport in the world you would pick to be fast, it’s Changi Airport. I can say without doubt this is the best airport in the world. Unfortunately the speed process gods were against me just when I needed them most. Suffice to...

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Thailand – Changing Plans, Racing the Clock and Bangkok Dangerous!!

Thailand – Changing Plans, Racing the Clock and Bangkok Dangerous!!

Entering into Thailand was pretty straightforward to be fair. Things were going pretty smoothly on the border crossing front. I was back on the road and heading for Bangkok where I was planning to leave Boris for a few weeks before entering Myanmar. Well, that was the plan until about 1pm that day. The fateful email from our Myanmar tour agent broke the bad news. Trouble on the India side of the border had led to the Indian government...

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Laos – Lovely and Luscious, A Real Forest Retreat

Laos – Lovely and Luscious, A Real Forest Retreat

After China, Laos was always going to be about rest and relaxation. If there is a better spot than South East Asia for doing exactly that, then tie me down sport, and call me an Aussie!!. The instant you enter South East Asia the shackles come off, the pressure dissipates, stress disappears, you start to feel relaxed immediately. In this part of the world there is no hurry, no need to rush. Everybody is happy and smiling. Friendly faces...

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