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My father once said that London is the centre of the world. From London you can travel direct to almost anywhere. Not only is it a city where you can experience most global cultures with the aid of a travel card, its a platform from where you can sate wanderlust and visit the rest of the world.

With the cheap airline seats and friends / acquaintances gathered and lost at the fault of London’s transience, there are always people to go and visit or recommendations which lead you to authentic travel experiences.

Holding a British passport is like finding Willy Wonka’s golden ticket in life. Free to travel easily without visa complications has led to some pretty random and thrilling experiences, ones I want share on this blog.

From dangling off mountain roads in Albania, to a near death-by-waterballon experience in New York, I’m not sure if I’m particularly unlucky when I travel or whether these things are just part of what happens when you’re young and fearless (or just plain stupid!)

Read about my experiences in these wonderfully intoxicating places:

Balkans: Albania and the deadly journey trying to get there. Kosovo and Skopje, Macedonia

Greece: Crete

Italy: Puglia, Sicily, and Napoli.

Morocco: Marrakech

Turkey: Istanbul

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