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This blog is a series of pieces based on my experiences of world travel. But it is more than just a collection of travelogues from an international teacher. It touches on history, culture, global issues and the nature of travel itself. I try to include the humour that is a the consummate article of luggage for any serious traveller. Sometimes sad, sometimes funny, but always thought-provoking, it is supported by photographs taken at the time and aims to take you with me on my global journeys – from Devon to Damascus, from Henley-on-Thames to Hungary. Follow on the trail of a long lost relative, killed in the second World War in Malaysia; get to know what it is like to live and work in an Arabic country and learn how to survive Ramadan there; take a ride on crazy Zimbabwean buses; or drive through Europe in a camper-van.  It’s all here.  Please leave a comment  if you enjoyed the ride as much as I did, because I have enjoyed it enormously.  Happy travels!

Travels map

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium
  3. Croatia
  4. Czech Republic
  5. England
  6. France
  7. Gambia
  8. Germany
  9. Hungary
  10. Iceland
  11. India
  12. Indonesia
  13. Italy
  14. Jordan
  15. Libya
  16. Liechtenstein
  17. Luxembourg
  18. Malaysia
  19. Morocco
  20. Nepal
  21. Netherlands
  22. Romania
  23. Scotland
  24. Singapore
  25. Slovakia
  26. Slovenia
  27. South Africa
  28. Spain
  29. Sri Lanka
  30. Switzerland
  31. Syria
  32. Trinidad
  33. Tunisia
  34. Turkey
  35. United States
  36. Wales
  37. Zambia
  38. Zimbabwe


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