• 5 Reasons Why Living in China Sucks
  • Living to Die – Tana Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia
  • Climbing the Great Wall of China – Jiankou to Mutianyu, China
  • The Time My Heart Almost Exploded – Shanghai, China
  • A Surprise on a Plank –  Huashan, Shaanxi, China
  • Where to See Pandas in China?
  • Climbing Mount Merapi – Java, Indonesia
  • A Visit to the Penis Park – Haesindang Park, Gangwon-do, Korea
  • August Adventures at Killbear Provincial Park – Ontario, Canada
  • Rome – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
  • The Longest Two Days of My Life – Bolivian Rainforest to Lima, Peru
  • Preparing for a Bicycle Tour
  • Climbing Mount Kinabalu in One Day – Sabah, Malaysia
  • Diving in Sipadan Island Park – Sabah, Malaysia
  • My Canada is a Winter Paradise – Whistler Blackcomb
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An Abandoned Apartment Complex – Eonyang, Korea
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In search of thrills - sometimes it can mean slapping rambunctious monkeys or being chased by a snow storm in the Rockies on a bike. We are trying to explore the commonly overlooked corners of the world before they are taken over by franchises, smog and chainsaws.

5 Reasons Why Living in China Sucks

Natalia and I have travelled extensively in SEA. We also spent a year living and working in the Republic of Korea. Nearly all of our experiences have been fantastic. That’s why when we had the chance to live and work in China, with a much higher salary, we jumped at the chance. How could it [...]

The Best Way to Relax in Ibiza
July 4th, 2014Guest PostNatalia 0 Comments

I have just completed a 2000 km cycling trip from London to Rome. It was an amazing experience where I really got to experience the beautiful countries where I was cycling, however it was not the most luxurious or relaxing experience. We camped out every night, used shared showers and self catered from grocery stores. [...]

New Cycling Adventure

It’s been a “fun” few weeks. A few not-so-fun cycling adventures in China made us decide that our initial plans to cycle Shanghai to Hanoi were dusted. To reward ourselves for living in China for 9 months we decided to ride our bikes in a place where food is fucking delicious, where one can camp [...]

Living the Dream – Diving in Raja Ampat, Papua, Indonesia

Getting a chance to dive in Raja Ampat is probably on every diver’s dream list. Raja Ampat is an area that is jammed full of life partly due to its remote location making it harder for commercial fishing and an onslaught of eco-tourists. You can see this as soon as you go underwater. The visibility isn’t [...]

Living to Die – Tana Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Lying in the hilly landscape of South Sulawesi, Tana Toraja is a place where the dead receive a send off that would make the Royal family jealous. Families spend their days preparing for funeral ceremonies, all in hopes that their children will execute a proper send off for them. Funerals take months of preparations. Motorbiking [...]

Peru – Planning the Next Adventure
April 18th, 2014Guest Post, PeruNatalia 0 Comments

Oh, Peru. It is a pretty cool place filled with ancient wonders and natural beauty.   Very few people know that Peru has not only become one of the economic power houses of South America but a buzzing playground for history aficionados, artists and for those simply looking for good food. I’m sure that all of [...]

Hati! Hati! – Indonesia Trip Highlights

Recently Jonathan and I came back from a three and a half week whirlwind trip across Indonesia. We spent way too much money and too many nights on the move.  We managed to cross Sulawesi completely on land and water from Makassar to Manado. Travelling over 1200km in less than two weeks took a toll [...]

Climbing the Great Wall of China – Jiankou to Mutianyu, China

Climbing the Great Wall of China was never high on my list of things to see. Besides Tibet there are very few sights that I get excited about in China and even Tibet has been slipping. In fact, China as a whole has been slipping but more on that later. Anyway, in my mind the [...]

The Pollution Situation – Made in China
January 6th, 2014Asia, China, DestinationsNatalia 9 Comments

You’ve all seen it. Sipping your coffee and breathing in your fresh mountain air as you gaze upon the grey photographs of China. Is that a building that I see or  a person or is it just a denser smog? You ponder what it’s like living in China, living with that air. You think to [...]

What I Miss Most About Korea
January 2nd, 2014Asia, Destinations, KoreaNatalia 8 Comments

I have now hit the three month mark in my time in China and I find myself reminiscing about our wonderful year in Korea. All this reminiscing is because I’m just not having as a good time in China as I did in Korea.  That time in Korea still remains the best year of my life [...]

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