Nyle Walton has lead a fascinating life of travel and adventure, that many could only dream of. From hitchhiking around the planet to working in a dream job for the US Government, and basically being paid for being a tourist.
Ask many people if they would like to travel to Africa, and almost everyone would say yes. The problem is that seldom few ever do. Why is Africa the forgotten continent?
The invention of the Youth Hostel is now 100 years old, and they have changed dramatically since inception. It’s now big business, but there may be a few amongst us that remember the old chore system.
Whilst strolling around the UNESCO listed town of Hoi Ann in Vietnam, I bumped into this old fella with an amazing set of false teeth. What a smile!
The Lonely Planet empire is now 100% owned by the BBC after Tony & Maureen Wheeler sold their remaining 25% stake in the publishing giant. The question is, where to from here for the beloved guidebook.
The Sampo Icebreaker day tour is one of the best tours I have done in all my travels. Getting of the ship and walking on the frozen sea was a remarkable experience.
Was Italian Gemelli Careri the original backpacker and did his method of travel forge the way for what we know today as independent budget travel or ‘Backpacking’
Hitchhiker Andre Brugiroux, is one of the world’s most traveled people and spent several years hitchhiking his way around the world during the 1960’s and 70’s.
A tale of 24hrs of complete madness that took place in Southern Madagascar in 2010. We survived bush fires and a car crash all in a space of one day.
John Goddard is a real life Indiana Jones, who at the age of 15 created what I can only describe as the ‘Ultimate Bucket List’. He then focused his entire life to ticking of 109 of the original 127 items.