Sungod Custom Classics³ – Review

By | July 21st, 2019|Travel|

The saying goes that 'if it ain't broke don't try to fix it' ... but what if you can make some seriously cool improvements? Back in 2017, at the end of May, I wrote a review on the Sungod Classics² sunglasses.  Now just two years later, having also produced several other designs such as the [...]

You Are Our Greatest Adventure

By | August 26th, 2017|Travel|

Just as I think we're all settled into our new flat and me into my new job, it's all change as a new adventure looms, a somewhat big adventure! One unlike any other I've undertaken before. Dun dun dun! As overly dramatic as that opening as that opening paragraph reads, said adventure is all in [...]

Sungod Custom Classics – Review

By | May 30th, 2017|Reviews, Travel|

Well the snow is gone.  As summer approaches, my new Sungod Custom Revolts snowboarding goggles are now well and truly packed away under the bed.  Hibernating until winter rolls around again.  Lucky for me though the guys at Sungod actually started out with producing sunglasses.  Hello summer, hello my (also) new Sungod Customer Classics². [...]

The visual story of my 2015 travels

By | December 28th, 2015|Travel|

I'm a big fan of visual storytelling. I've you've ever read my blog before you'll probably have noticed that this is not a blog for words.  Sure I've typed plenty of characters and sentences over the past 4.5 years, but I'll admit I'm far from the best writer in the world. I've most likely already [...]

My top 15 travel Instagrams from 2015

By | December 21st, 2015|Travel|

So it's December, and time for a spot of reflection upon what has been another blimmin' good year of travel for yours truly. Back home there were a few first world problems to deal with, but on when on the road I had nothing but good times. France, Slovenia, Wales, England, Italy, Denmark, The Netherlands, [...]

Applying solo travel values to life at home

By | November 26th, 2015|Travel|

Between 2005 and 2008 I was almost fearless - with the obvious exception of needles. NOPE! Travelling full time and being introduced to new people and experience all of the time, I pretty much had to be.  My once introverted self morphed into something entirely different, something much more fun and outgoing, more carefree and [...]

To ski or snowboard?

By | November 16th, 2015|Travel|

So I wrote just a few short weeks ago about what type of snowboarder I am, but never actually went into any detail about why I snowboard, and why I don't ski. Well, truth be told I can (just about) do both, and even spent a day skiing last season in Bled, Slovenia.  I learnt [...]

What type of skier / snowboarder are you?

By | October 22nd, 2015|Travel|

So as the nights start to draw in on a wet and windy London, I am finding that my mind now starts to drift off and dream about fields (and mountains) of white at an ever increasing rate. In body I might be kicking up leaves of beautiful autumn reds, browns and yellows as I [...]

10 years later

By | October 9th, 2015|Travel|

So this is more a collection of thoughts rather than a well constructed blogpost. But I'm just going to roll with it because I'm in that kinda mood. So last Tuesday evening I was driving home from football and The Killers 'Mr Brightside' came on the radio. You know how sometimes you can kind of [...]

WIN a Numinous Anti Theft 55L Backpack

By | June 9th, 2015|Competitions, Travel|

So a fortnight ago I reviewed the Numinous Anti Theft 55L backpack, and as promised in that review, today I bring you the chance to win one for yourself. Now you may have stumbled upon this competition post without first having read the backpack review, no problem, it's here - - but lets do a quick [...]