Exiled – Chiang Mai, Thailand

  Breakfast time in the guesthouse kitchen. “Hey man! What you doing today?” “Nothing as usual.” “Perfect day then… Those are prayer beads?” “Yes. I must calm my spirit. Prayer stops me from being consumed by my anger.” “You’re going through some shit?” “I am in exile.” “Oh. From your country?” “Yes. From my home.…

New Year Breakdown – Springbrook, Australia

“When I was eighteen, I just went off and travelled… I didn’t have anybody watching me, or criticising me. I didn’t really have any money, but it didn’t seem to matter. People were so helpful and generous. My family reported me as a missing person. The police saw my truck parked in the street. They were like: ‘why don’t you call your mum? She’s worried about you.”

You Can Fix It: DIY for Travelers

  When you’re on the road, your gear and clothing take a lot of punishment. If you’re trying to stick to a tight budget, you don’t want to be replacing stuff every time something tears or breaks, so it’s handy to have a basic fix-it kit.   My Fix-It Kit: swiss army knife needle black…