Just like everybody else, I use the world to access mischief which I then try to capture in words for anecdotal merit. This one time I was hit by a taxi immediately after a monk blessed me on the roadside in Kathmandu – you get the gist.
My scribbles have been published by the Guardian and Bradt Travel Guides, among others. It's a bit like a hobby gone wrong.
My brief and frantic first book – Me & You Again – was released in 2016 and can be bought for small change.
It's the story of how I spent 18-months trying to get to know my dad, who died when I was 12. What started as an attempt to bring an old daydream into the light ended up taking me to places as wild as Russia, the US, and Cambridgeshire. Yes – it's one of those.
If you'd like to reach me for any reason, I'd love to hear from you. I usually answer emails with the enthusiasm of a fox leaping into a bin.