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A Travel Hit List for my 30th year

This year I will turn 30. FOGO isn’t something I really suffer from, but I’d be lying if I said the thought didn’t send a shiver down my spine. As long as I am happy when that day comes, that’s all that matters. But I’d also like to have ticked a few more boxes on my travel […]

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Jungle Safari in Tortuguero National Park

Some places are just meant to be difficult to get to. The places that are so damn beautiful and amazing that you instantly forget how long and arduous the journey was as soon as you arrive. Tortuguero in Costa Rica is one of those places. Located at the northern tip of the Caribbean coast, the tiny […]

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Hiking Volcano Acatenango on a Dodgy Stomach, Guatemala

The sight of a 3,800m Volcano projecting 200m jets of red hot lava high into the sky creates quite a humbling perspective. You are reminded of what, for the most part, ‘Earth’ actually is – a mass of rock, upon which has formed a relatively thin layer of mildew, within which thrive trillions of tiny, insignificant organisms, who are […]

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Hiking and Puking in Semuc Champey, Guatemala

If you’re traveling in Guatemala, someone has probably told you that you have to go to Semuc Champey. They’d be right – it really is that good, but what your probably wandering is how to get to Semuc Champey? Do you have to take a shuttle? Are there chicken buses? How long does it take? How do I even […]

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Ireland, Cliffs of Moher

Burren, Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher Day Trip

09.15am. Still no sign of our driver. He was supposed to pick us up from our B&B twenty minutes ago, but there’s no rush; the morning is fresh, blue-skied and quiet, and we’re not quite ready to be thrown around the back of a minibus so soon after yet another textbook full Irish. My Dad and I are in Galway, […]

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The Lisbon DIY Graffiti Tour

Art is something I’ve never, ever been good at. I was still drawing suns, hills, rivers and stickmen at about 14, not because I had the mind of a 5 year-old, but because I knew I was shite so preferred to take the piss. Since then my aptitude for putting pencil to paper hasn’t evolved […]

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