I’ve added a new feature to DigiDrift. You can now follow our Journey in 600px via Instagram. Click on through to see the best of the images so far as well as some more details on the new feature and the Journey Map.
The ‘Dingo Fence’ is one of those odd and quirky things that make Australia quite unique. Have a read on how Liza and I tracked down the end of the fence in a remote part of Australia.
My life is at the crossroads so to speak. Every now and then we need to flush the system and revitalise our selves with a new path. Have a read of what travel plans are in store for Liza and I starting very soon.
Travellers fashion is certainly an oxymoron. In fact I’d go so far as to say that travellers are some of the worst dressed people you will ever have the pleasure of meeting.
At times throughout our travelling life we all go through periods of complete frustration and sooner or later you just ‘Spit The Dummy!’ Something that has happened to myself many times.
After 20 years of world travel. I feel that although in the eyes of others, I have seen so much. The more I continue to travel, the less of the world I have actually seen.
A recent visit to the small hill side town of Luang Prabang in North central Laos. Has rekindled some thoughts that I’ve had for a while, in relation to my view that many of the worlds UNESCO sites are suffering from the modern syndrome of ‘Disneyfication’.
Over the years I’ve had many travel related regrets, but one of my biggest in almost 20 years was not taking my SLR camera on a trip to Cuba.
The great Ibn Battuta has long been regarded as one of the greatest travellers of all time. Where does he sit in comparison to Marco Pole and was Ibn Battuta the Original Backpacker?
A quick post on another one of my travel stuff ups and how not getting a Vietnam Visa before leaving home stuffed up our recent travel plans.
Over the years I’ve ran into a few celebraties whilst on the road traveling. Whats your claim to fame? Who have you met whilst on the road?
Several years ago I took my first cruise through one of the worlds greatest engineering feats, The Panama Canal. Traveling it’s length via a cruise ship is one of the best ways to experience it.
The Pasport is a document that I have become very attached to over the years, but how did it evolve. What is the history behind this little booklet that we all carry and where is it headed.
As a traveler, arriving in a new destination can often be quite stressful, but when you return for the second or third time. You’re stress levels are always a great deal lower, as your in familiar surroundings.
Overland travel is always much tougher than taking a plane to your next destination, but I feel that this method of travel is always the most rewarding.
A slideshow post that celebrates a year in weekly image posts here at DigiDrift.com. Sit back and enjoy 52 of my favorite travel images as posted this year.
My first anniversary at DigiDrift.com has only recently passed.. The 7 links challenge was put to me by WanderingEarl, and seemed like a great way to go over some old posts.