Over a thousand miles over some of the loneliest areas of the USA. What's not to love?
Taking a look at some of the key travelling equipment I've grown to like in the last year of travel.
Adventures in the land of volcanoes, unique birds, fjords, and long white clouds.
An adventure of food, cities, industry, and astonishing natural landscapes.
Long sunsets, 100 degree temperature differences, and frozen rivers in the Last Frontier.
A trip to a remote fire lookout tower somewhere in the mountains of Montana.
In which I visit one of the Four Asian Tigers and see some ridiculous architecture.
Notes from my 8 years of travelling, and a few jokes at the expense of Americans. What could be a better read?
Four weeks, three states, and numerous different towns and cities - there's a lot to do in Australia.
I visit one of the world's most northern cities in a three-day speed holiday, and cross two things off my bucket list while I'm there.
A sand-free, mountainous and very friendly jewel in the Atlantic Ocean.
In my second visit to the Czech Republic, I visit its second-largest city to speak at the RuPy conference.
I've been to Kiev three times in as many years, and so I felt I should combine all three into one Trip Notes.
My previous trip had been short and Berlin-specific. This time, the destinations were many, the organisation complex, and the outcome was even more fun.
My second trip to the East Coast - spurred on by this year's DjangoCon US - involved a rather more interesting city than the first.