Nepal immigration

Crossing the India-Nepal border at Panitanki-Kakarbhitta

My experience and guide to crossing the India-Nepal border at Panitanki-Kakarbhitta or the eastern side near Darjeeling.

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Inside the Angh's house

Nagaland: the land of fierce warriors, bumpy roads and opium addiction

Nagaland may just wear the crown for the worst roads I've ever travelled on and I've travelled on a lot of bad roads. But for all the bruises and inhaled dust, travelling in the state was truly rewarding as I got to spend time living in a Konyak village and meeting old headhunters. Read on for my story and travel guide of Nagaland.

Kerala: God’s own country

When tourists think of southern India they think of Kerala and it’s famous backwaters, palm trees, beaches and laidback attitude. It’s the place where you can forget for a while that you are in a country with over one billion people; it’s quieter and more relaxed than other places on the subcontinent. I spent a … Continue reading Kerala: God’s own country

Anaconda hunting, piranha fishing and long bus journeys

The exotic and fascinating Amazon. The largest rainforest in the world stretching across South America. It covers more than seven million sq km and touches nine countries. Everyone instantly thinks of Brazil which is where most of it resides and where the main Amazon River sits. However, it's possible to experience the Amazon from many … Continue reading Anaconda hunting, piranha fishing and long bus journeys

Bus travel in Morocco: it’s all about the journey and not the destination

Let me give you an insight into what bus travel is like in Morocco: it's never on time, it's crowded, it's hot, it's chaotic, it's dangerously fast sometimes and above all it's entertaining. When I wanted to catch a bus from Chefchaouen to Fes the journey time went from being 5 hours to 9 hours. … Continue reading Bus travel in Morocco: it’s all about the journey and not the destination

Africa appreciation post

After 4 months on this continent, I'm not sick of it yet. In fact, I've fallen in love with it. The people, the landscape, the cultures and the languages; everything about it. I've visited eight countries and realise now that I could have easily spent my whole year travelling Africa rather than the world. So … Continue reading Africa appreciation post