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Create Your Own Adventure India - If You're Squeamish You Might Not Want To Read This

Create Your Own Adventure India - If You're Squeamish You Might Not Want To Read This

The honeymoon period is well and truly over. My Indian adventure started well, but I warn you now, I hold nothing back. So, if you’re squeamish you might want to stop reading at this point!

Create Your Own Adventure - Srinagar to Kanyakumari Cancelled

Create Your Own Adventure - Srinagar to Kanyakumari Cancelled

I have been getting such conflicting information as to how safe it would be for me, as a foreigner with no support, to walk through the valleys and highways in the Jammu and Kashmir region, that it would have been a complete gamble for me to take. It’s with deep regret that I’ve had to cancel…

Trekking and adventure in the magical land of India

Trekking and adventure in the magical land of India

If truth be told, if someone had mentioned a trip to India, I would have been the first in the line. I could go on for hours about why I love the country so much. That said, it would take me just as long to list the things I hate about the country. India will forever be the country that so many non-Indians hold in their heart and yet equally as many fail to see the attraction.

Welcome to india, proceed with caution

Welcome to india, proceed with caution

The initial excitement of my trip to India still burns strong. But, as the new year proceeds and the date of my departure draws closer, I have to say the enormity of this adventure has started to feel very real. The realisation that, as the UK winter brings colder temperatures our way, they won’t be a patch on the cold harshness and subzero temperatures I'll face when trekking alongside the mountains of Kashmir.

Walking 3000km across India - am I mental?

Walking 3000km across India - am I mental?

It all started last Sunday evening. I was at home with my girlfriend, discussing my goals for the coming months. I wanted a challenge, something to aim for. But what, Tough Mudder? The Rat Race? I even looked at doing an Iron Man! None of them really appealed to me the more I looked into them.

5 Things I Learnt When I Quit My Job to Travel the World

5 Things I Learnt When I Quit My Job to Travel the World

I can still remember the feeling when I packed the last of my belongings into The Big Yellow storage facility I had rented. I felt a slight apprehension and nervousness but also a feeling of freedom, knowing that for the next 12 months I didn't have a care in the world, at least from a work perspective anyhow.