Monthly Archive: May, 2012

ET phone home-Keeping in touch

For any good old dysfunctional like myself it will be natural before leaving home to find yourself in periods of high and low level contact with family and friends. It is then safe… Continue reading

Working the UK and Ireland

As a British colonial (and a native English speaker) it is common for many Australians (Canadians and New Zealanders) and people from everywhere to spend some time in the British and Irish region.… Continue reading

Departure checklist

“Packing for travelling as a backpacker will always entail compromises because you will be limited in the amount of clothing and equipment you can take with you. When you’re buying a backpack/rucksack in… Continue reading

Say what? How to survive in a foreign country when you don’t speak the language

So as a globetrotter there is a high likelihood that your interests will potentially take you to country where English may or may not be commonly spoken and if so, only as a… Continue reading

My personal travel map

<a href="

” title=”My personal travel map”>My personal travel map

Please have a look if you’re curious or have a question about a specific destination.


Holiday or Travel?

When setting off anywhere there will be a million things going through your mind. Even if it’s just how excited you are, how many different kinds of food or alcohol¬†you plan to try,… Continue reading

  • Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

    Join 21 other subscribers