Things have changed quite a bit since my last post (except the last one about Hawaii, that I just added the tags to yesterday). Here’s a quick run down of the last few months in my life, and a few of the posts that I will hopefully get done in the coming months My Canadian […]Read More A Brief Update.
One of the great things about working in the tourism industry is low seasons. Plenty of holiday time, and it’s usually a pretty cheap time to travel. I managed to get a break away from Canada just before Spring Break in the USA, and did my usual search to find the cheapest place I could […]Read More Maui, Hawaii, USA – Pt1
Continued from here. After leaving the glacier area, it was a straight haul up to Jasper, nothing planned that night but some food and a solid sleep in the HI Hostel up there. We had big plans for the next day. The drive down to Maligne lake is impressive, past glorious lakes and through mountain […]Read More The Road To Jasper Pt.2
Continued from here. So from Valladolid it’s very easy and quick to get to Chichen Itza, It’s only about an hour drive and there are plenty of collectivos running. I would recommend the 7am bus, getting you there just before the doors open. This probably means a little more queuing than if you arrived 15 […]Read More Mexico – A Blissful Holiday Pt.3 Chichen Itza and Ik Kil
Continued from here Anyway, I finally made it onto the ferry, hungry and looking forward to drying off my feet. The ferry journey alone made it worth the wait, as we bobbed across the waves in an iron monstrosity the views just kept shifting, allowing a view all the way down to the southern end […]Read More To Banff and Back Pt.4
Continued from here Getting out of Calgary was surprisingly easy, straight through and out the bottom, on the road south towards my next destination – Fernie. The only issue I had with this road, was the lack of gas stations, I ran out part way and had to hitch a ride, buy a gas can […]Read More To Banff and Back Pt.3
I’ve been to plenty of music festivals in my time; Weekenders like Reading, Hevy, Beautiful Days, Buddha Fields and even the tiny Plymouth Festival, plus a load of one-dayers such as Hit the Deck and Slam Dunk, but this was the first time I experienced the biggest specifically Rock and Metal fest in the UK. […]Read More Download Festival