adventure, travel

Fifty Shades of the USA: A Book Review

50 Shades of the USA is an honest and compelling read, flooded with vivid impressions of the land and urban scapes Anna rides through. I recommend this un-put-downable book for not only the adventurous at heart, but for anyone that wants to be inspired to take a fresh approach to life and to reach seemingly insurmountable goals.

adventure, climate change, pollution, travel

Thoughts on Being An Ethical Traveller – Part 1

What is an ethical traveller? I my last blog I posed a series of questions and dilemmas I had encountered during my recent trip to Myanmar. Here are some thoughts on how one might be an ethical traveller. To me, being this means aspiring to travel in both a social and environmentally responsible manner.

Human rights, Myanmar, nature, plastic, pollution, sustainability

Myanmar’s Development Journey

After travelling to Myanmar last month I reflect on what it will mean for Myanmar to develop. Will it be necessary to compromise nature and people for the sake of development?

adventure, Human rights, Myanmar, travel

Is it Ethical to Travel to Myanmar?

After my recent trip to Southern Myanmar, I discuss the ethics of travelling to country with current conflict.

adventure, Human rights, Myanmar, travel

Deciding to go to Myanmar

Exploring reasons for deciding to travel to Myanmar and what I discovered about the people, culture and food.