Bohemian-backpacker 351
Since turning 18 I have been getting to know myself and this beautiful world around me. Two and a half years of wandering on, and I'm just getting started ॐ
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Gulf of Carpentaria, Gulf of CarpentariaLiving on a prawn trawler definitely has it's perks! 360 degrees pure ocean and sunsets and sunrises to die for.Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Kisoro, UgandaBwindi Impenetrable National ParkKisoro, UgandaSuch a beautiful, brutal creature! Read about my encounter with a Gorilla family here, Kathmandu, NepalBoudhanathKathmandu, NepalA monk observing what's going on around boudhnathKathmandu, NepalKathmanduNepalTwo birds with one stone- filling my belly and chilling with the locals. Wondering how much you'll likely spend in Kathmandu? Here's my rough guide...Merzouga, MoroccoMerzougaMoroccoGood morning Sahara!Thamel, Kathmandu, NepalThamelKathmandu, NepalPretty rickshaws waiting for passengers in Thamel. For a rough budget guide for Kathmandu check out my post...Chefchaouene, MoroccoChefchaoueneMoroccoRooftop jam sessions, cozy cafés, blue washed walls and Rif mountain hash- what's not to love about my favourite Moroccan fairy tale town? Find out...Pilgrims Feed 'N' Read Restaurant & Bar, Kathmandu, NepalPilgrims Feed 'N' Read Restaurant & BarKathmandu, NepalNepal sure does know how to chill out! Low tables, floor cushions, wall hangings and incense. For places to take you back to the Hippie Trail days...Marrakesh, MoroccoMarrakeshMoroccoLose yourself in the souks as you shop for tooled leather bags and brightly died scarves. Make sure you stop for tea with at least one shopkeeper!Chefchaouene, MoroccoChefchaoueneMoroccoBlue washed walls, hidden courtyards, mountain air and friendly locals. There's not one bad thing to say about this beautiful little town.Marrakesh, MoroccoMarrakeshMoroccoThere's lots of places to stop and have lunch beside the river in the valleys outside of Marrakech.Sauraha, NepalSaurahaNepalThe perfect place to park up after a hectic day of teaching English.Marrakesh, MoroccoMarrakeshMoroccoHead out of Marrakech for a day trip to the valleys for crisp fresh air, waterfalls and lunch by the river.Sauraha, NepalSaurahaNepalThe best part of staying with locals is being part of those little moments that make up a different way of life than I've had.Merzouga, MoroccoMerzougaMoroccoThis is what a night in the Sahara with one old friend and one new friend looked like. It was a night that featured tagine, climbing dunes to get...Place Jemaa El Fna, Marrakesh, MoroccoPlace Jemaa El FnaMarrakesh, MoroccoHead on to a roof to catch your breath and watch the chaos of the square from above while sipping on mint tea.Chefchaouene, MoroccoChefchaoueneMoroccoThe main square in Chefchaouen is a great spot to meet people, enjoy a tagine and listen to musicChefchaouene, MoroccoChefchaoueneMoroccoChefchaouen is an enchanting fairy tale town, with blue painted walls and warm hearted people. Hashish is the main economy and Moroccan and foreign...Essaouira, MoroccoEssaouiraMoroccoRoofs, roofs, I love roofs! For some good live music, sand in your toes and cheap apartment rentals head to Essaouira.Essaouira, MoroccoEssaouiraMoroccoIn Essaouira there is a daily fish market that is really worth the visit. You can purchase your choice of fresh seafood from the different vendors....
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