Having moved to Hong Kong after graduating with a degree in literature and language a few summers ago, I thought I’d best start something that allowed all my fans to keep tabs on me. Incredibly, since leaving formal education, it turns out that I’ve been on a constant learning curve and it seemed only fitting to share my new found wisdom and how it might have come about with anybody that might stumble upon this blog. It’s amazing what you learn and how you learn it when you step out of your own front gate – in my case this front gate happened to be the beautiful English county of Yorkshire. Despite loving where I’m from, it’s never really been my intention to be sticking in one place for very long, so the moment I could, I left, and I have very little intention of returning any time soon. (Sorry fam)
Alongside my ever so important lessons I’m trying to put together some of my own excursions and what you should do if you happen to arrive at the same place I did. I’m not one for planning but it seems like a good idea to have a vague idea of what to do, see and most importantly what you ought to be eating in any given place. Please don’t stick to them, they’re just some things to get you started.
I’ve now been living in Asia for about 18 months, a year in Hong Kong, which had many travel opportunities, a few months traveling, and I’ve recently moved to Taiwan, which, unsurprisingly, I so far adore. Hopefully, the travels and adventures will keep on coming.
I hope you enjoy reading my blog and that you leave here feeling a little wiser. If you have any questions or comments then feel free to send a kindly worded email at byebyeblighty.outlook.com, tweet, text, whatsapp, line or my personal favourite of handwritten letter delivered by some form of bird. Alternatively, just leave a comment on one of my posts because it’s probably the best way to get a response.