The End of the Beginning Part 2 (The City of Angels)

(106 Days in) I’m still playing catch up with my journalistic ambitions at this stage and am using the ‘Fiji time’ vibe to my advantage. The last post was a little long, which I apologise for, but I will try to keep this chunk more succinct and not waffle on as much about gambling or … Continue reading The End of the Beginning Part 2 (The City of Angels)

The End of the Beginning Part 1 (a.k.a. VEGAS BABY!)

(104 […103? 105?] days in - we almost completely lost October 17th due to crossing the international date line, so I’m no longer sure how to work this out.) As readers will know, the last post covered up until Vegas, even though it was written after we had left the city. And this time I … Continue reading The End of the Beginning Part 1 (a.k.a. VEGAS BABY!)

Paraphrased

(81 days in) “You should be writing a blog post,” she said, a look of almost-exasperation flashing across her face. The balding mass hunched over the nearby table barely seemed to respond, a slight fall of its shoulders the only evidence it had heard. “I was hoping you wouldn’t say that just yet - I … Continue reading Paraphrased

The (almost) Deep South, Newcomers, and the Heart of American Music

(56 days in) Hello and welcome back to another instalment of our captivating and inspiring journey 'A Quarter Life Crisis in Transit'. Today you meet us sat in a welcoming little hostel just outside of the centre of New Orleans. For any of you with a creepy level of knowledge about our journey you'll know … Continue reading The (almost) Deep South, Newcomers, and the Heart of American Music

A Watched Pot Never Boils (unless it’s scheduled to every 90-120 minutes)

(24 days in) We've had some jam-packed days since you last checked in with us, and we're currently out in the Midwest in the small town of Buffalo, WY. In the last week we've travelled through the original Mormon city, the first National Park, the rodeo centre of the world and I shot a gun! … Continue reading A Watched Pot Never Boils (unless it’s scheduled to every 90-120 minutes)