The Tour Guide FAQ

There are a few questions we get asked a lot as a guide, so I thought I’d write a little bit to quell that curiosity. Some of these are personal to me, but a lot of them will be accurate for guides across Europe. How long have been a guide? This is my second year […]

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Bled, Slovenia

Why Bled? A little pre-season time off gave me a chance to explore one of the new East Loop daystops, something I’m very glad to have done. Staying with Jani and his family at Jazz Bled Hostel is an absolute pleasure, they are so welcoming and friendly it makes you feel right at home from […]

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Busabout

Well I’ve been rather busy lately. I decided a while ago to apply for a few positions as a guide as I wasn’t overly satisfied with my work at Flight Centre. I wanted to get back to the source of the travel, to be truly involved in making peoples holidays, talking to the people having […]

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Another apologetic post

So recently I’ve been rather caught up in re-building real life. It’s going rather well, working at the Flight Centre selling travel again, living in Brighton and enjoying a nice new space to live in. It’s very nice to be more settled again, and being able to do the odd little things you can’t while […]

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Cambodia Pt1: Siem Reap

As always, the bus through from 4000 Islands in Laos down through half of Cambodia is pretty horrendous, definitely in the top ten of worst trips. We won’t bore you with the details, it’s always the same story. But arriving was a rather more pleasant experience.

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Another Update

I have now moved to Hurstpierpoint, near Brighton, which means great access to the sussex downs and some incredible countryside, while still having easy access into London and Brighton. We’re working on some more reviews of UK cities and then we’ll get started on Cambodia and the South East Asian saga again. Thank you for […]

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