Welcome to my travel ‘glob’

 Hey who let you in?!

Oh, the front door was open? No worries. In that case, welcome to my Glob!

I know what you’re thinking. Glob sounds weird. A bit like the noise a lasagna makes when it falls out of a window.

And that’s true. What’s also true is that there are so many blogs online that I couldn’t bear to add another. Plus I think ‘glob’ sounds hilarious.

When I was going through my 7 months of chemotherapy, I was dreaming of exploring the world. So when I beat cancer, and went and did it. And I’ve been doing it ever since.

Now you’re here, please make yourself at home. Enjoy my tips, tricks and stories from the world.

And most of all…enjoy the ‘glob’.

 

Sexual Heroin

Sexual Heroin

West Yellowstone National Park - "Sexual Heroin”. She repeated herself. “I am sexual heroin”. Then paused. Letting the words she had used to describe herself wash over me. This was a woman who was trying to entice me, and maybe perhaps threaten me, to this day I’m not...

Russia – A House in the Hills

Russia – A House in the Hills

SOCHI - Nestled high in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains and surrounded by coniferous, cypress-tree forest, is a house. A sprawling, multi-roomed mansion that must be seen to be believed. If you can see it at all. For decades, its odd green walls have provided...

Russia – Raj and in charge

Russia – Raj and in charge

- Check out Inked and Abroad's previous Russian adventures here - “You are sick” the Chinese airport official repeated. “And this is quarantine”. I’d only left Sydney 10 hours ago. En route to Russia to find my brother for the upcoming Confederations Cup football...

Russia – The Black Volga

Russia – The Black Volga

The Black Volga The Black Volga. It’s not just a Soviet Era car but a well-known Russian urban legend. The story exploded to life in the 1970’s and always begins the same way. A black car appears, as if from nowhere, to take in unsuspecting passengers. These...

The Cocora Valley

The Cocora Valley

Cocora Valley - There’s no place left on earth that has not yet been discovered. At least not where I can realistically go. The oceans and landmasses of our world were mapped centuries ago, with civilisations rising and falling for millennia long before I was born....