Travelling in 2018, with 90’s internet. That’s Madagascar.

Madagascar has the internet, of course. But it is one of the poorest countries in the world, so many areas have little access to it. Living in England, I've been so used to checking photos, reviews and ratings before booking anything. It's quite strange when all of that doesn't exist, it feels like time traveling... Continue Reading →

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Should You Ever Pay To Volunteer?

When I first looked into volunteering 5 years ago, I didn't understand the concept of paying to volunteer. It seemed contradictory. I was already giving up my time and salary to work for free, why should I pay for it as well? With that in mind, I found a charity in Peru where it was... Continue Reading →

Madagascar – Day 1

The first thing I must remember, is that’s it’s day one. On the 24h long journey to get to Antananarivo, Madagascar's capital (Tana for short, you're welcome), I had all the classic thoughts: "What am I doing?", "Why am I crossing London in the freezing dead of night?", "Why don’t I just stay right here... Continue Reading →

CoVoiturage – the art of car sharing

Now I wouldn't usually use this page for any kind of promotion, but I have to talk about the many wonders that I discovered in BlaBlaCar. Basically it's a car sharing website, that turned out to be the only feasible way for me to get from Hossegor to Barcelona, but I'm so glad that's how I got... Continue Reading →

My Endless Summer

At the beginning of October 2013, my endless summer was finally drawing to an end. After nearly a year of sunshine, surf and a very pleasant lack of responsibilities, I decided that I was ready to go back to a city, and get a "real" job (it was only a coincidence that my money was running... Continue Reading →

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