Today I am so happy to write about my most recent holiday, which happened not that long ago in fact, back in early November. In fact, it was the first night I spent away from my place bar a sleepover I did for work earlier in the year!
Today I take the chance to go back over some of the blogger interviews I did in the last part of 2020 for you. Maybe you read them all, maybe you missed a few, or maybe you want to read them all again!
Howdy all. Well, I hope wherever you are right now you are doing well. Back in late October/early November, Bald and Bankrupt went to Kyrgyzstan and went to a small town where they mined uranium back in Soviet times. Milu-suu was a 'closed town', because it had a special status for the mining there. Today …
Hi all. There is a primate shelter I visited in the Cameroon town of Limbe, and there I saw a number of primates. Which is what you would expect. It is for mostly primates who have narrowly escaped poaching. And here's a fella who lives there. The photo doesn't show but the enclosures are big …
Today's video is the first half of my trip in 2011 to Cameroon, and sees me visit Douala, where the main airport is and the biggest city in Cameroon, and Kribi, in the south not too far from the border with Gabon.
City Rumble over the years has seen many cities face off against each other to determine in my mind at least – which is the better destination? Now the challenge is lifting up a gear or two, to determine which city is the ultimate!
I thought I'd send you all a little 'New Year's Message'! Happy New Year and check out the vid to see what's in store for 2021 here and on the YouTube Channel. And if you haven't already - I'd love it if you would subscribe! Here on the blog I won't be posting for around …
Time to look back at the best posts of the year!
So folks. Yes, I’m daring to do it. I am daring to actually think about possibly planning to do some thing maybe if we’re all very lucky in 2021. What destinations? Where will I go? Where will I be able to go?
Well, it hasn't been a year of MANY photos, but let's see how 2020 looked regardless!