When people rock up in Lagos they often ask me "What is there to do here?" or "Where's best to go out at night?". The answer to number one is PARTY. There aren't really sights as such, the main 'sight' to see is going...

That's it folks, the last couple finished their leg of the Vantastic tour and now its time to vote!I travelled around South Australia for 6 weeks in Geoff the campervan and filmed my trip for the chance to win ,000. Check out my final documentary...

My latest Boots n All article is up 12 Less Visited Countries and Why You Should Go There Now! Tired of all the well-known tourist countries and wanting to get off that beaten track everone keeps talking about? I've compiled a list of some lesser...

I recently made the decision to leave Asia and return to my favourite place. When I first set foot in Portugal back in 2005 for some reason it just felt like my home away from home. After 6 months of Bali and a 6-week action packed...

After travelling around South Australia for 6 weeks in Geoff the campervan, the final documentary is up! Trent and I filmed our trip around South Australia on behalf of World Nomads for the Vantastic competition. We did all sorts of activities from swimming with...

For those of you traveling to Singapore who perhaps prefer the laid-back beach vibe as opposed to a bustling city, I suggest you head to Sentosa. The first thing I asked when I arrived at my hostel was "Where is the closest place there...

Fancy a hair cut like this? Maybe a nice Mullet? The go to the Indian Saloon in Little India, Singapore! For the first time in my life, I went to a public swimming pool where ONLY speedos were allowed! Surely they should be banned for...

After 6 months, Pommie Travels is in Singapore and is rocking Little India! I've been staying in the heart of Little India in The Prince of Wales Hostel, which is a great Ozzie backpacker bar with free breakfast, clean dorms, a black and white...

I must admit I'm known as a little bit of a scrooge when it comes to Christmas, but that was until I had my first Ku De Ta Christmas here in Bali, where the sun was shining, children were having their faces painted, eating candyfloss,...