Schengen In My Boots

When the first police officer with a gun asked to see my passport I was a little unnerved. When the second wanted to see my credentials I assumed it was just a standard procedure. By the time the third wanted to have a look at my travel documents I began to wonder whether I was … Continue reading Schengen In My Boots

Lake Bled

In exchange for my Euros the man in the shed handed me a padlock and key. Not an entirely strange occurrence perhaps but I was attempting to hire a boat. “For mooring,” was my only further instruction as he gestured to the nearest vessel. I must have looked like an Oxbridge rower on a busman’s … Continue reading Lake Bled

Ljubljana

“What music do you like?” If I could pick one question that I never want to be asked it would be this one. It is a loaded question. Do you answer truthfully or pluck an answer from thin air that you think will appease the person asking you? I usually do the latter. Hard when … Continue reading Ljubljana

An Introduction

Doing things conventionally has never been one of my strong points. That is why I’ve decided during a global pandemic with lockdown measures in place to start a travel blog. Maverick, I know. You can be my Goose if you want. Just don’t die. I should probably warn you that there will be Top Gun … Continue reading An Introduction