Hammockery #2; Can I do Frenchmans Cap in a Hammock?
Yes. Yes, you can. Of course you can. But this series of articles is not about just doing the walk using a hammock as a shelter it is about doing the … Continue reading
Hammockery #1; Hanging out with the Wrong People?
This is an introduction to a new series of articles here on LessBaggage. The basic idea is to challenge what people think can be done in a Hammock. I sleep … Continue reading
Grand Tour #45; The Art of Travel
The Art of Belfast. It is there. You can find it if you look. When we travel we go to markets. We go to all sorts of markets. Lots of … Continue reading
Grand Tour #35 Legoland Windsor; More Sith than Jedi. (Including 13 Tips to defend yourself against the Dark Side.)
Kids Bucket Lists. It seems a little wrong for an 8 or 10 year old to have a bucket list but still we had lists. And on that list was … Continue reading
Grand Tour 2015 #6; Fishing Villages & Tourist Beaches
Ho Tram Beach. A very real Vietnamese fishing village with very real Vietnamese Fishermen, fishing boats and indeed fish. And rubbish. Lots of rubbish. Then there is the surreal. There … Continue reading
Big Trip Report #2; Kay Creek and Fraser Creek.
It’s the little things that make it special. New Zealand. South Island. Otago. Queenstown. Lake Wakatipu. Caples Track. These are big things. The South Island is just a bit too … Continue reading
Trip Report #1; Big Hair. Lessons in South Island.
You have got to Love New Zealand. I live in Australia. I work in the dry, dry desert. This landscape in utterly ancient, it is low, its is dry, it … Continue reading