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Read Jonny’s stories from Africa, a continent which is his least ventured but he has still made it to 12 out of the 59 main countries including Botswana, Ethiopia, Senegal and the Gambia. Feeding crocodiles and hyenas and playing football with children. #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, Singapore and East Timor and also covered some unusual parts of Taiwan and Bangladesh. #tourist #dontstopliving #asia
Read all Jonny’s stories from Europe. 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 only has Albania, Isle of Man, Cyprus and Disputed Nations left to conquer in his home continent. #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 Turkmenistan, 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
Read about Jonny’s journeys in the Middle East. Jonny has toured Iraq, Iran, Jordan, UAE, Bahrain, Afghanistan and a few other Middle East destinations down the years. #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.
Jonny spent 2 years living in the land down under, Australia and has also backpacked twice through New Zealand with the whole of Pacific Islands yet to conquer. Instead Jonny wrote heavily about Australia and in particular Parramatta and Tasmania. #tourist #oceania #dontstopliving
Read Jonny’s adventures through every country in South America.
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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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“There is too much butter on those trays” – Basil Fawlty (John Cleese). “No, Mr. Fawlty it’s uno dos tres!” – Manuel (Andrew Sachs). #Manuelloyal My recent Africa trip threw up a load of quirky new and exciting dwelling places for the nights. As well as sleeping in a local estate in Luanda, Angola, a Read more about Backpacking in Zambia: Manuel Loyal – Sleeping at Fawlty Towers in Livingstone[…]
“Karma karma karma karma karma chameleon. They come and go. Oh ho. They come and go.” – Boy George. Windhoek will never make my list of world’s greatest capitals, nor Namibia a highly ranked country, however there was solace and some joy to be had during my time here, even in the largely neglected “fly Read more about Backpacking in Namibia: Staying at Chameleon Backpackers Hostel in Downtown Windhoek[…]
Traveling is often an enjoyable experience. However, planning a trip can be stressful if you are unsure of how to go about it. You need to think about packing, buying bus or plane tickets and getting there on time, saying some goodbyes, and many more things. You may also fear to travel abroad or alone. Read more about Understanding and Dealing with Your Travel Anxiety[…]
“It ain’t all bad as far as I can tell” – Noel Gallagher. Namibia is huge. Gaze at a map and you will see the sheer vastness of this African beast! It spans an area of 825,419 kilometres squared, yet houses just 2.5 million people – ths same population as tiny Lesotho. Over the course of Read more about My Charming Stay in Namibian Countryside: Relaxation at Vineyard Country Lodge[…]
“The flame trees will blind the weary driver” – Cold Chisel. Yet another weird and wacky tourist trip entered my backpacking anthology when I headed to the peeler station in Kasane, Botswana. Peeler station in Northern Irish English means Police Station. This was my second visit to Botswana, yet it was nine years after my Read more about Backpacking in Botswana: Visiting the Baobab Tree Prison in Kasane[…]
Camping is an experience most people long for, but not everyone has what it takes to spend time in the wilderness far from the comforts of modern life. Trekking might be fun, but pitching up a tent can often be the opposite. If you are looking to get away from all the complications of ordinary Read more about Why You Should Go Glamping in New York[…]
Barcelona! What a city. Packed with culture, history and the magic of Gaudi it is one of the best places to visit in the world. It is distinct and different from most of Spain and it like the big cities of the world it feels like a country in of itself. As well as the Read more about Travelling in Catalonia: Explore Barcelona and Live![…]
Traveling is certainly to be seen as an adventure. This is a way to experience new places and meet people you would otherwise never encounter. At the same time, traveling alone can bring about some anxiety. While you will be free to make your own travel decisions and see what you want to see, there Read more about 6 Tips for Travelling Alone for the First Time[…]