Each barrio or neighbourhood in Buenos Aires is around the same size as an average European city making it a difficult city to walk around, and an expensive city to drive around. After living there for a few months, I quickly learnt that getting the hang of the public transport system would make my commute to work… Continue reading Public transport in Buenos Aires
Learning to dive gives a whole new dimension to life. With the reef wall on one side and pure blue one the other, you really do feel as though you’re on the edge of the world. The thought of swimming 25m deep for a whole hour can at first seem daunting, but the rush of adrenaline you… Continue reading Scuba Diving in Southeast Asia
Having been blissfully unaware myself until my recent trip to Southeast Asia, I now feel somewhat responsible to raise awareness of the harsh realities that Borneo are currently facing.
It’s easy to understand that gunung means both “mountain” and “volcano” in Bahasa Indonesian, as almost every climbable gradient will lead you to the crater of an active or dormant volcano.