How To Get A Mongolia Visa in Warsaw, Poland

After such depression in 2016 caused by the brace of serial liars (Aleksandra Mueller and Karolina Wabuda) plus the wannabe GuruGod stalker (too worthless to be name checked), I quit travel completely. For the first time in my adult life I didn’t visit any new countries, nor did I have any desire for anything other Read more about How To Get A Mongolia Visa in Warsaw, Poland[…]

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Tuesday’s Travel Essentials: Using Lonely Planet Guides on Your Travels

If you have followed my journey the last 10 years on here, you will know that I love to be the tourist, every day of my life. I am a very spontaneous tourist who ventures anywhere and everywhere I can. “If it exists as a place, I’ll go there” – Jonny Blair. I am a Read more about Tuesday’s Travel Essentials: Using Lonely Planet Guides on Your Travels[…]

Thirsty Thursdays: The Importance of April 1st and My Top 7 Bars in Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia

A party city, Ulaan Baatar? Yes, for sure! And one that offers a huge range of bars – from the dingy sheds to the flambuoyant rock clubs, there was a lot to cram in. But my liver subsides as I get older. I’m not going to tour 20+ bars in a city in a few Read more about Thirsty Thursdays: The Importance of April 1st and My Top 7 Bars in Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia[…]

My Birthday Stay at the Kaiser Hotel, Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia

My arrival into Ulaan Baatar in March 2017 in time to “celebrate” my birthday here in a new city and a new country is the biggest surprise in my travel life since my Afghanistan tour in 2016. I didn’t expect to be here, I had lost all passion for long term whackpacking, backpacking and sightseeing. Read more about My Birthday Stay at the Kaiser Hotel, Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia[…]

Baatpacking in Mongolia: Exploring the Red Hero, Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia

Baatpacking in Mongolia: Exploring the Red Hero, Ulaan Baatar

“Longing for, it’s been a long time longing for To carry the sky away” – Manic Street Preachers. Dinosaurs chased me down the alleyway asking Lenin what drugs I was on. My heart and soul got the better of me as the mountains gaped in, fooling me that I was back in magnetic Kyrgyzstan. Exactly Read more about Baatpacking in Mongolia: Exploring the Red Hero, Ulaan Baatar[…]

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