Placeholder post… Blue Mountains sightseeing Katoomba Serendipity Canyon with BMAC

Placeholder post for Sydney sightseeing and NYE


Placeholder post for Christmas with the Anderson clan on the Gold Coast


The blog has suffered from even more neglect over the past year or two, but I’m determined to start being more diligent!  For the time being I’ll capture the travels I’ve done from the last post until now, so at least I have it documented: Australia: Business trip to the Gold Coast and Melbourne, Read More

At the helm of the "Tariro" on the crossing from Miami to Nassau in the Bahamas, October 2011.

Yet more travels under my belt, but not a blog update in sight.  Sigh… France: Bordeaux, Medoc, Cognac, Provence, Avignon, Arles, Corsica, Dordogne (Rocamadour, Domme, Monpazier), St Emilion, Chamonix, mountaineering week around Mont Blanc massif Spain: Barcelona for Andy & Laura’s wedding, Montserrat Germany: Munich Netherlands: Amsterdam x 2 Switzerland: Zurich, Baden, Lausanne, Berner Oberland,, Read More

So much for promises!  I sadly STILL haven’t updated this site since I last promised it waaaaay back in April 2009.  I’ll blame it on the fact I’ve been a busy boy (as always), but I have to admit that I’ve become more likely to post photos on Facebook than here.  I’ve now set things up, Read More


Placeholder post… Rarotonga Aitutaki

My sister Marnie’s marriage to Matt Higgs got me back to Melbourne for the first time since I left to return to San Francisco a year ago.  It was a whirlwind week-long trip but really lovely to see the family and catch up with my friends again after yet another (my ninth!) year living, Read More

I said my last goodbyes to Buenos Aires a few weeks ago and I’ve been back in Melbourne since then.  I’ve been busy making arrangements for my imminent return to San Francisco (speaking to removalists, organising my US work visa etc.), but it’s also been great to see the family again and catch up, Read More

G’day again, and welcome back listeners.  I’m in Australia for a couple of weeks right now and it’s fantastic to be home again.  I definitely feel like it’s been a great chance to recharge my batteries.  While backpacking the Silk Road was a unique and incredible experience, I definitely ran out of steam by, Read More