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10 Years Living in London – Part Two

After 10 years living in London, I decided to share some tips for places to go and things to do that you might not come across in the guide books. I currently live near Dalston, and have lived in various... Continue Reading →

10 Years Living in London – Part One

It’s been 10 years since I first moved to London for university. Admittedly, I’ve been away for periods of time since, whether home briefly while looking for my first office job, or off travelling. Still, London is my home –... Continue Reading →

A Norwegian Wedding

Despite all the good things I'd heard about Norway and how close it is to the UK, the cost of visiting always made me pick more affordable European destinations. A family wedding, therefore, was the perfect excuse to visit and... Continue Reading →

Top tips for ethical travel

Responsible travel is something I’ve become much more interested in in recent years. The reality for most of us who have the means to travel is that we come from countries with a disproportionate amount of wealth. Many countries popular... Continue Reading →

Wanderlust in the Dark Months

What is it about January that makes feet itch? I was fortunate enough to travel quite a bit last year; six countries, five of them new. That satiated me for a while. But when the days are short and the... Continue Reading →

Perhentian Paradise Islands

Here I've pulled together a selection of photos I took on the Perhentian Islands in Malaysia. The photos were taken on Pulau Perhentian Kecil (Small Island) and on Pulau Perhentian Besar (Big Island). The former is more popular with backpackers and... Continue Reading →

Getting Close to Orangutans in Borneo

The Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Malaysian Borneo is one of the best-known places to see orangutans. While it is possible to see orangutans in the wild – and no doubt rewarding – it is of course much more difficult.... Continue Reading →

Learning to Cook in Kathmandu

With little time left until I returned to the UK after a two-month trip to Asia, I knew I had to find time for a cooking class. I loved Nepalese food from the get-go. Vegetables aren’t relegated to the side... Continue Reading →

5 Malaysian Dishes to Try Today

One of the many things that I loved about Malaysia was its food. Due to the prevalence of Islam and Hinduism, beef and especially pork are uncommon in much of Malaysian food. Instead, chicken, fish and vegetables prop up the... Continue Reading →

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