Welcome. I don’t use this much blog anymore, but there is still some good content here from back in the day, and I still travel a lot. Now though I just share on my Facebook and Youtube channels and then share that content here.

Semana Santa in Antigua, Guatemala (video)

Below is another one of my super fantastic videos, this time of a traditional Semana Santa procession in the backstreets of Antigua, Guatemala. Enjoy, then read on, then comment… [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nobDIHRx2E0?rel=0] Most people would try to come to one of these far off places for

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My Paramotor career comes to a stand still (video)

  No more Powered paragliding for this fella. Check out the video below and then have a read as to why. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDWn6WU2IXA?rel=0] I have blown a hole in the piston of my Paramotor. After a total of about 3 hours flying, at about 100

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Paramotor Training in Guatemala

  So now we are in Guatemala I am lucky enough to have found a trainer for Powered Paragliding. I say lucky because although I had a few great sessions with my paramotor trainer Joe Cruz at the Blackhawk Paramotor Ranch in California, I only

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Playa del Carmen to Antigua, Guatemala. The drive!

So we made it. We drove about 900 miles in the end, touched 3 countries and crossed 2 borders, and things went almost perfectly well. I say almost perfectly because any time you cross borders it can be a little frustrating, and despite having our

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I can fly! New heights of travel adventures await

I am shortly going to be putting together a video of my time at the Blackhawk Ranch in Valley Springs, California, but until then I wanted to share with you the amazing thing which has just happened, my incredible foray into the heavens. Goin’ Up!

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No Longer a Dream, I AM going to fly!

You may very well have seen my last post about wanting to follow a long-held dream and take to the skies like a bird (albeit a bird with one giant parachutey type wing and a motor on its back). Well after that post I started

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Mexico to Belize: Our First Border Crossing

It is hard to believe but Sarah and I have already been back in Mexico for 6 months. And because tourist visas here only last for 6 months, this means we had to leave the country and come back in to get another 6 months.

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Road trip tester 1, epic non-success

Some might look at the evidence of our recent road trip (we can road trip now ’cause we bought a car!) and say “OK, epic fail on road trip test one”. Me, I like to think I am a ‘glass half full’ kinda guy and

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Buying a car in Mexico! Viva le bureaucracy

Woohoo! We bought a car! Actually it is more like an SUV, a very pretty white 2000 Nissan Pathfinder which has been really well looked after. At the end of this post I write a “how to” on buying a car in Mexico and Playa

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