Thailand is fast becoming the destination of choice for many travelers. It houses an eclectic mix of cultural, historical and modern day experiences. … More A Controversial Opinion – Koh Samui
Continuing on the Essential Australia series we head back to the east coast and the province of New South Wales. To the north, approximately nine hours from Sydney lies one of Australia’s best known coastal towns, Byron Bay. … More Essential Australia – Byron Bay
Having been on two around the world trips I often reminisce on our amazing experiences. However now that we have experienced even more of the world, we often debate if ask we could we have done better routes? Included more? … More Which route – Choices, Choices
Shadows are the original messengers of time.
They appear when the sun is low in the sky, and signal the coming of the dark.
Shadows are everywhere… even in the brightest of places… … More Shadows – Messengers of Time
Continuing on the Essential Australia series, we turn our focus back to the Northern Territory. One of the more overlooked parts of Australia, surprisingly it houses some of the most incredible locations. We have already looked at it’s most famous iconic location Uluru, but the Kakadu National Park is a location just as (if not more) spectacular. … More Essential Australia – Kakadu
We step away from the Essential Australia series for a moment and move back to our home in the UK. This is mainly inspired by a fellow blogger Samantha who is currently living in London, having moved from Canada. That in conjunction with the current world climate, including Brexit and the delight that is President Trump, I want you all to know that the UK is still a magnificent country full of wonder and bliss – an adventure like no other which is simply waiting for you.
Here are some of the essential elements to the beautiful, eclectic British Isles. … More Essential UK – Part One
When I was younger the mere idea of Solitude used to scare me. I always desired company, I always desired acceptance and loved to be around people.
One of the main challenges of travelling alone is that you will be subjected to solitude on a frequent basis. What you have to learn to respect it and enjoy it. Realizing where you are, who you are and taking a moment out of the chaos to reflect can really help. What you will soon learn is that solitude is bliss… Once you learn that, then all of a sudden you find endless beauty around the world.. … More A lust for Solitude
So much has happened since we started A Wandering Memory two years ago.
As such we thought it was time to provide a little update to our faithful readership, and a little introduction to our new subscribers. … More A Wanderer’s update
My father wanted me to learn scuba diving with him when I was younger, however at the time I wasn’t interested. I never was a fan of the water during my youth, we were never sure if it was just an irrational fear or something else. What I have never been able to do is open my eyes underwater . I was a late bloomer regarding swimming, but am now perfectly happy in the water. … More Dive right in!
As explorers at heart we rarely visit the same place more than a couple of times.
We are true believers that there is so much of the world to see and so much choice why would you continue to visit the same location.
As we have grown older this theory has come under question as we start to find new experiences and Repurpose in certain special locations. These places provide us with new Wandering Memories each and every time we visit. They adapt to our state of mind and specific purpose, they essentially continue to surprise us with wonder and awe. … More Location Repurpose