Photos of Travelling

Here are some photos of places I have traveled to. I started a career break traveling around South East Asia in October 2011. I visited Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia before leaving for Australia just before Christmas. After travelling around Australia for a couple months I settled down and lived the high life in Sydney and worked full time. I then set off travelling again in May to New Zealand for 3 weeks and then South America. I went to Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Brazil. I later returned to Australia for a couple months and my last trip was to Hong Kong on the way back to England.

Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

The Sultan Ahmet Mosque or Sultan Ahmed Mosque is located is a popular tourist point in Istanbul, Turkey. It is more commonly known as The Blue Mosque and is over 400 years old. I… Read more »

Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

Bosphorus Bridge, Istanbul, Turkey

There are 3 bridges which connect Europe and Asia spanning the Bosphorus strait in Istanbul. The Bosphorus bridge is also known as the 15 July Martyrs Bridge or the First Bosphorus… Read more »

Bosphorus Bridge, Istanbul, Turkey

Süleymaniye Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

This is the largest Mosque in the city of Istanbul and probably the most well known tourist sight. The mosque was built under orders of Sultan Süleyman aka Süleyman the Magnificent!… Read more »

Süleymaniye Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

I can see Heidelberg Castle!

This was my view earlier as I stood on the Old Bridge and looked across to Heidelberg Castle. It was extremely sunny in Heidelberg today and I am beginning to feel a little sunburned.… Read more »

I can see Heidelberg Castle!

Wish you were here, Sihanoukville, Cambodia

Located just off Otres beach this is a great hostel built entirely from natural materials. Like most traditional Cambodian buildings the bedrooms are located on the first floor. Underneath… Read more »

Wish you were here, Sihanoukville, Cambodia

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Cambodia

Located in Phnom Penh the Tuol Sleng Genocide museum (aka S21) is a haunting place. I had heard and read a lot about the former prison and expected I would be prepared for what was… Read more »

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Cambodia

Bayon temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia

My favourite Khmer temple at Angkor has to be Bayon. I arrived early just after sunrise and the crowds were nowhere to be seen. The distinctive feature about this temple is the hige… Read more »

Bayon temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Holmenkollbakken, Oslo, Norway

The ski jumping hill in Oslo has been around for over a hundred years and it has been rebuilt over a dozen times. It was a clear enough sky this morning to pay a visit so I jumped… Read more »

Holmenkollbakken, Oslo, Norway

Russian submarine, Zeebrugge, Belgium

I came across this heading back at the end of my short cycle weekend in Belgium. I paused for thought over the old submarine contemplating the 150 mile round trip I'd just made. Arriving… Read more »

Russian submarine, Zeebrugge, Belgium

Rented Bicycle, Cheung Chau island, Hong Kong

Today was my last full day in Hong Kong so before tonight's big bar crawl I decided to take the ferry to Cheung Chau island for the day. It is a little dumbbell shaped island about… Read more »

Rented Bicycle, Cheung Chau island, Hong Kong