Be The First To Read ‘Janapar’ By Supporting The Kickstarter Campaign

One of the reasons that my blog has been quiet in recent weeks is because of a mammoth push forward with my big writing project. The book of Janapar is now in its penultimate draft form, and I’m putting together a team to take the publishing process to completion. I’m…

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Film Blog: Report From The World Premiere of ‘Janapar’

Firstly, apologies for the radio silence this last week or two. I’ve been on a very different kind of bike tour – in Taiwan, of all places. There’ll be more on that soon. In the meantime, I wanted to share a few notes from Janapar‘s first festival outing, which took place at…

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Why Crowdfunding Has The Power To Make Better Lives

Those who think crowdfunding is about money are missing the point. For the uninitiated, crowdfunding is – loosely – putting an idea on the table and politely asking the world if it would like to help make the idea a reality. If a project resonates, its needs are met through…

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20 Questions Worth Answering Honestly (And My Responses)

Al Humphreys’ twenty questions – and I suggest you answer them too – came at just the right moment; when you suddenly find yourself wrestling with time and priorities and wondering if the path you set yourself on is still the right one. (It’s worth facing an uncomfortable truth or two…

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How To Wild Camp Anywhere & Not Get Busted [Video]

Wild camping, or stealth camping, is the default modus operandi for the cycle traveller, for two obvious reasons: It’s free. Therefore you can strike accommodation costs entirely. Which means you’ll have more money to travel for much longer. You can do it anywhere. Therefore your destination is less important. Which…

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