Hello, my name is Gareth and I love to travel! I am a web developer and a few years ago I left my job to become self-employed, one of the reasons for this was to give me more time and freedom to travel, and I can honestly say it was the best thing I ever did.
I travel at every opportunity and try not to leave it more than 3 months at a time before going off and exploring somewhere new. I like a mixture of tropical beach holidays, adventure holidays and city break adventures. Museums aren’t really my thing, I prefer walking the streets, seeing the sights, the famous landmarks and the food. Photos tell more than a thousand words (so this will by no means be the most in-depth blog you’ve ever read).
So this is my travel blog/website, its relatively new and I’m still finding my feet, but as I travel more I don’t want to miss the opportunity to write and share about my experiences and log my itineraries.
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