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A different kind of travelogue. As an avid young traveller I often wondered what would it would be like when I got older, gathered commitments, created children and accrued debt. This is what it's like.

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

03/06/2018

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

03/06/2018 · 1 Comment

Solar Cooking on the Trail. OMG Labs #2

“Taking years of science training and using it for frivolous schemes.” Well I stand before you the proud inventor of an umbrella that cooks. I didn’t invent it really but … Continue reading

05/05/2016 · 4 Comments

Top Ten Travel Tips for Families on Overnight Trains in Vietnam (Grand Tour #24)

Top Ten Train Travel Tips for Families in Overnight Sleeper Trains in Vietnam. Hue to Saigon. We are off again on our fifth sleeper experience. This has become a family … Continue reading

01/08/2015 · 2 Comments

Grand Tour 2015 #10 & Microdaventure #3; No Room at the Inn in Dalat.

Plans Change. You have to adapt. There was a huge public holiday on in Vietnam over the last few days. It was not only the 40th anniversary of the end … Continue reading

03/05/2015 · 6 Comments

Zoolander; I am a male Model.

Last year I went to an very cool course in the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia. The Course was for doctors, paramedics and nurses that work in Expedition Medicine. I … Continue reading

11/04/2015 · 2 Comments

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

23/03/2015 · Leave a comment

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

07/03/2015 · 2 Comments

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