You must travel with a torch says Jonny Blair of Don't Stop Living

Tuesday’s Travel Essentials: A Torch

Today on Tuesday’s Travel Essentials I’m talking about a torch. I have used the same torch for three years. It is essential to have a torch on your travels, even if you are not camping. Staying in remote settlements late at night you will never know the mass advantages of having a torch until you Read more about Tuesday’s Travel Essentials: A Torch[…]

Travel Myths Busted: Part 3 – The Fake Inca Trail

What? There’s a ‘FAKE’ Inca Trail?? Yes, there is and every single day unaware travellers sign up for it and do it without even knowing. I’m here to tell you how to make sure you do the real Inca Trail, which let’s be honest is what you want to do. You want four days of Read more about Travel Myths Busted: Part 3 – The Fake Inca Trail[…]

Inca Trail Day 1 Part 3: Starting The Camino Inca (Inca Trail) at Q’orihuayrachina

After leaving Ollantaytambo, the bus veered us down mud and rock roads not wide enough for 2 vehicles, but just about ok for the bus. Here the driver had to squeeze through the gap as did the oncoming van. Nice Cuzco and Peru flags at the front of the bus there by the way. This Read more about Inca Trail Day 1 Part 3: Starting The Camino Inca (Inca Trail) at Q’orihuayrachina[…]

my tent in the Tasmanian mountains

Camping in Poatina

I camped up in Poatina, a tranquil mountain village for a few weeks while working on broccoli season. I’ll detail more on the actual mountain village itself some other time, just a few photos and details of the camping… My tent cost me just $15 and $5 for a camping mat. I haven’t camped out Read more about Camping in Poatina[…]

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