What is Don’t Stop Living?Welcome to Don't Stop Living - a lifestyle of travel. Don't Stop Living is the LONGEST running ONE MAN travel blog that covers ALL SEVEN continents. I've created a lifestyle of travel and you can too. This is the most passionate and real one man travel blog you will EVER read!! Safe travels! Jonny Blair (Bangor, NORTHERN IRELAND)- Where Has Jonny Been?
Jonny was recently in Starogard Gdański, POLAND
He last backpacked in Kaliningrad City, KALININGRAD
Now Jonny Blair lives in Gdańsk, POLAND next
Number of continents visited: 7
Number of countries visited: 117 (136 including disputed countries)
Number of cities/towns visited: 845 NOT OUT!
Where Has Jonny Been?
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I kind of forget some of the travel experiences I have had down the years. Something that sticks from my time working and living in Hong Kong is the amount of visits I went on to neighbouring China and Macau. …
Macau is an enigma. Colonised by the Portuguese, owned by China and influenced by the big bad world of gambling. As a backpacker, I’ve passed through the city/country/colony a couple of times and always had a great time. I never …
If you thought my world borders series has been quiet lately (except for the North Korea trip) then that’s because I’ve been busy crossing a load of world borders of my own recently, yet no time to type them up. …
While I’m not the biggest fan of casinos and gambling, there is something appealing about casino resorts themselves. I’ve visited a few down the years, and I love the vibe around them. But ashamedly and admittedly I have yet to …
A completely delicious dessert or pudding to feature today on Friday’s Featured Food and the second week out of the last three that I’m doing a Macanese style food. This speciality is known as Serradura, obviously getting its name from …
Just because I’m trying to compile reports of all the border crossings I’ve done doesn’t mean I should ignore crossing into a new country by ferry. Indeed I once worked on ferries, even having to be part of the Passport …