Travelling Sustainably: A Manifesto (Not mine, Klein’s)

It is brought to our attention all too often, the imminent and continuous destruction of our environment, as a result of fossil fuel pollution and the infiltration of non-degradable plastics into our soils, waterways and food chains, is culminating toward catastrophic increases in world temperatures and natural destruction. I stress the word imminent in the… Continue reading Travelling Sustainably: A Manifesto (Not mine, Klein’s)


Food Moods 01: Homemade Bread

It's June and I can't believe this year has flown through six months already. The summer season that behind four layers of insulation in the bitter cold of December and January seemed so far away is thoroughly upon us. May felt like a tablecloth pulled from under my feet, with me left in the same… Continue reading Food Moods 01: Homemade Bread

Favourites Series 01: Places in Southsea

Merry May days to you and good tidings from tide-side as I write from the balcony back home in sunny Cornwall. I feel very lucky to be living right on the river in a small village just outside Truro. We live in an apartment that looks straight over the Truro river. It is a truly… Continue reading Favourites Series 01: Places in Southsea

A Few Words on Fall

As soon as it all began, the season of festivals, fun at the beach and long lays-ins has nearly come to a close. Well, maybe the late morning rises will continue. September is finally upon us. September is the month of filling your family car with all your worldly possessions and getting super excited to move into… Continue reading A Few Words on Fall

Taking Out The Cache (a 2017 reboot)

Gifted bulbs lighten unobtrusive primary colours above my musical disk scratcher, spinning a sweetly thicc catalogue of beats following the holidays. It is with these occipital and auditory sensation cakes, with a smoking tail of Egyptian Jasmine, that I welcome you to January twenty-seventeen. My fingers tap warily unto this computer keyboard, the brittle phalangelical extensions… Continue reading Taking Out The Cache (a 2017 reboot)

Albums To Mine To – Soundtracks For Exploring No Man’s Sky

  Ever since the hype train that is No Man's Sky eventually arrived at the Playstation, it's had a pretty rough time from all directions: players, bloggers, the furious gaming media. Basically anyone who hasn't got all the moaning out of their system since Brexit has jumped aboard the NMS roast wagon. The negative propaganda… Continue reading Albums To Mine To – Soundtracks For Exploring No Man’s Sky

Day 5 – Haunted Lake Lodges – Uganda In Pictures

About time for another one of these I reckon. Welcome to Day five of our mental African road trip. The morning began damp from the onslaught of the torrential electric night works courtesy of our new best friend, African weather, which did not make the early start routine any sweeter than we had come to know. The… Continue reading Day 5 – Haunted Lake Lodges – Uganda In Pictures

OnePlus 3 Camera Focus

Every day we compulsively share every minute detail of anything which could be deemed remotely interesting that comes smashing into our retina as we frolic out and about playing the game of who can not die the longest. We frantically tap to convert these experiences into binary code and radio frequencies sent flying over the interweb in time to hit the lunch… Continue reading OnePlus 3 Camera Focus

Day 4 – The Most AMAZING Game Drive! – Uganda In Pictures

Day 4 and our alarms sounded for the standard 5:30am call. It was still pitch black at this time. The sun rises very slowly, with the sky usually clouding over with a light mist wafting about the countryside. We woke to be greeted by the first view of where we had actually been 'camping'. Turns out we were situated… Continue reading Day 4 – The Most AMAZING Game Drive! – Uganda In Pictures