A splash of spontaneity is a must in all my travels plans. It never fails to add the fab to my journeys. Which is why one of my top travel tips is don’t plan too much. My journey to Mavrovo National Park was one such little-planned escapade I shoehorned into a few spare days between joining a […]
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Even if you’re not into mountain biking, I thought you might enjoy this short video I made of the expedition I joined to Ethiopia. It’s a six-min clip of a two-week adventure searching for the best single track in the Ethiopian highlands featuring a web of trails in a lush mountain range resembling a mix of […]
Against the backdrop of the significant and sacred Carnarvon Gorge in Queensland, I yarn with Uncle Fred Conway, an Elder of the Bidgera people and Ranger at the Gorge. Fred talks about growing up on a mission, why he returned to the gorge and his hopes for a reconciled Australia.