For the past week I have been travelling across Malta with a group of university mates. Malta is an amazing place, full of natural beauty with a rich cultural history. Dozens of ancient Roman buildings and a 1000 year old Arab influence on its language and country. Here are a few photos before I start…Read more Malta – A Much Needed Break
Social media versus blogging. Is there a divide? Do bloggers look down at social media and regard those platforms as simply not serious enough? I'm not too sure but all I know is I have been enjoying slowly building up my Instagram profile over the past few days. As a photographer and videographer, I had…Read more The Instagram Life
When we visited Agadir in January, we knew the weather wasn't going to be brilliant. Yet it still came as a surprise to be greeted by a torrential downpour on the morning we were supposed to go quad biking. It was the sort of rain that I would have enjoyed standing in but it wasn't…Read more Exotic Rain?
Let us for a moment, cast our minds away from the unpleasantness of today. Instead I present to you a vlog of the first day of my trip to Agadir, Morocco. I hope you enjoy it and keep an eye out for further vlogs which will tell the story of our adventures in the…Read more Vlog Agadir – Day 1
The moped's engine clattered and clapped its way up the tarmac. The roads were bare of human activity and the derelict carcasses of buildings stood uninviting, amidst fields of rocks and rubble. We turned left and as the rocky hills rose up on either side of us, the streetlights ceased to exist. Our helmets threw…Read more Chasing the Stars
I We were thrown right into it. The maze of stalls and shops which compete for space in Istanbul's grand bazaar is bewildering and exciting at the same time. The first people who greet you are those trying to sell you fake perfumes which they advertise as being from the 'black market.' Funnily enough, a…Read more Thrown Into The Deep End
Well in all fairness, our hotel in Istanbul was called 'Petrul' which may or may not have a deeper meaning in Turkish. We didn't bother to find out since we were too busy staring open-jawed at the way it had failed to meet our expectations. It wasn't terrible at first sight but as we had…Read more Upon Arriving In Istanbul
If the world was my oyster, then I certainly would be travelling far more than I do now but with airline tickets reaching the stratosphere and my budget shrinking with the start of university, I enjoyed my week in Turkey as much as I possibly could. I travelled with a local youth group, hence my…Read more If Only The World Was My Oyster..
The air is thick like tomato soup. As you exit the airport, you are hit with the fanfare of taxi drivers whistling and pressing on their horn as they try to grab your custom. In the early hours of the morning, the exterior of the airport is still very much alive but the unlucky tourist…Read more A Scene