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“Where do you go? Buttoned in your favourite coat, stepping out to a different world, and you might be home late” – Ocean Colour Scene.
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Read Jonny’s stories from Africa, from feeding hyenas mouth to mouth in Ethiopia to stroking crocodiles in The Gambia to the 100 country toast in Tunisia to a shipwreck graveyard in Angola. #tourist #dontstopliving #africa
Read Jonny’s stories from touring Antarctica in 2010, where he visited the British and Polish bases, swam in the cold sea, hiked Cuverville island and fell in love with a girl. #tourist #dontstopliving #antarctica
Since his first visit to Asia in 2007, Jonny has visited all except 6 Asian countries, spending over 3 years in China and Hong Kong alone. He has written passionately about China, Hong Kong, North Korea, Bangladesh, Singapore and East Timor and also covered some unusual parts of Taiwan and India. #tourist #dontstopliving #asia
Read all Jonny’s stories from Europe, his home continent. Jonny grew up in Bangor, Northern Ireland and later lived in Bournemouth, Dartford and London (England) before his biggest challenge of relocating to Poland in 2016, where Jonny has since lived in Brzeźno, Gdańsk and Warszawa. Jonny has been to over 70 countries in Europe alone. #tourist #dontstopliving #europe
FORMER SOVIET UNION
With a potential 23 countries to visit in what was once the Soviet Union (CCCP), Jonny has only a few left to visit such as Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Over the years Jonny has visited Azerbaijan, Belarus, Uzupis, Karakalpakstan and Moldova. #tourist #ussr #sovietunion #dontstopliving
MICRONATIONS and CRAZY REPUBLICS
Jonny’s real backpacking niche lies in remote towns, unrecognised countries, wacaday republics, disputed regions, self-proclaimed countries, special zones and pure fire Micronations. Expect to read the ONLY backpacking stories on places like Nedland, Austenasia, Krolestwo Dreamlandu, Adammia and everywhere you never heard of. #tourist #wacaday #crazycountries #dontstopliving
Read about Jonny’s journeys in the Middle East. Jonny has toured Iraq, Iran, Jordan, UAE, Bahrain, Afghanistan and some truly remote places not covered anywhere else like Isfiya, Jabal Um Sanman and Yaseh Chah. #tourist #dontstopliving #middleeast
Read Jonny’s Journeys through North and Central America. From Toronto (birthplace of this website) all the way south to Panama City including devouring Mexican food and loving El Salvador. #centralamerica #northamerica #tourist #dontstopliving
As a proud Northern Irishman, Jonny also goes backpacking and groundhopping in his home country’s six beautiful counties. This also takes us “off the wheaten craic” to places like Milford, Ballyhalbert and Ballintoy. #northernireland #norniron #dontstopliving #tourist
Jonny spent 2 years living in the land down under, Australia and has also backpacked twice through New Zealand and a load of Pacific Islands. Jonny wrote heavily about Australia, in particular Parramatta and Tasmania and visited every village and region of Nauru. #tourist #oceania #nauru #dontstopliving
Read Jonny’s adventures through every country in South America. Here Jonny backpacks overland through the Guyana hat-trick, attends the World Cup Final in Brazil and visits the triple border between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. #dontstopliving #tourist #southamerica
JONNY BLAIR IN THE MEDIA
Jonny Blair has qualifications in radio production, journalism and public relations. As a result, he has featured prominently in football, travel and music media the world over during his life.
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Today I thought I would publish a list of countries that have won the World Cup since the official FIFA tournament began in 1930. Down the years I have been to 4 World Cups, not including the Milk Cup in Northern Ireland. I actually attended quite a few Milk Cups from around 1992 – 1997, Read more about Countries That Have Won The World Cup[…]
The latest in my World Travellers series is Priyanka Gupta from the On My Canvas. Who are you? I’m Priyanka Gupta. A software engineer by education, and once an investment banker, now I’m a writer, solo traveler, and art lover. About a decade ago, I graduated with a B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering from Read more about World Travellers: Priyanka Gupta From On My Canvas[…]
While many people focus on the 2020 election results, even more people worry about the coronavirus pandemic that has so far taken the lives of over 200,000, with no end or treatment insight. With the upcoming holidays quickly approaching, safety concerns weigh heavily on the minds of individuals who traditionally travel to visit family and Read more about 6 Holiday Travel Safety Tips for the Winter 2020-2021 Season[…]
“I’m tired of telling the story, tired of telling it your way” – Sharleen Spiteri. Down the years I have covered my journey to becoming an AFC Bournemouth supporter more times than I ever imagined. I never realised that people would have to justify which football team they support. In countries I backpacked, wearing a Read more about Ulster Cherry: My Story on Becoming An AFC Bournemouth Supporter[…]
India is known for the richness of its culture, from philosophy to architecture, and literature to art. Densely populated, with over a billion people that speak more than 200 languages, it is synonymous with multiculturalism, drawing thousands of curious and adventurous explorers each year. If you’re already working on your bucket list, from sunny beaches Read more about Spectacular sights in India you shouldn’t miss on your next trip[…]
We talk frequently on this site about the importance of health when it comes to traveling. After all, without your health, traveling becomes difficult, if not impossible. Given that we’re living through a global pandemic – one that seems to worsen by the day – it feels fitting to touch upon this subject again. Obviously, Read more about The Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic On Health and Travelling[…]
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