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Backpacking With Chad ebook box set on sale for 99c!

May 31, 2014


For the next week my first box set of three travel ebooks is on sale at! Follow this link and get all three books (India, Nepal, China and Hong Kong) for a great price: Advertisements

Free ebook today!

March 27, 2014


My travel ebook Backpacking With Chad In India: An American’s stories from traveling around the world is free today on Click the image below or link above to download a copy. Please leave a review on your blog or at Amazon if you like it. Enjoy!

Random travel photos from India

February 18, 2014


My disastrous flight from Delhi to Kathmandu

February 13, 2014


The flight into Kathmandu from Delhi was terrible. After taking my seat I began arranging my things. Bottle of water – check; iPad – check; hand lotion – check; chewing gum – check; Dr Dre Beats headphones – check. I reached into my North Face daypack to take out my Lonely Planet Nepal guidebook and […]

Some useful words and phrases for when you travel in India

October 9, 2013


Indians speak a strange type of British as well as their own Muslim language. Here is a list of words you might encounter on your travels around India: Backsheesh – a bribe. Normally paid to policeman or hotel clerks, or young children so they do not tell their parents when you accidently knock them over […]

The saga of McDonald’s in India

October 6, 2013


Leaving the hotel, I was smacked in the face again by the smell, the heat, the people, the cows. I’d been assured the hotel was in a nice part of town, Paharganj, but it didn’t look nice at all. If this was the nice part of Delhi, I was going nowhere near the rough parts. […]

8 Interesting Facts About India

October 5, 2013


India is the second largest country in the world, with over 1 billion people! If everybody in India stood shoulder to shoulder they would probably fill an area the size of Texas and Maine combined! Indian people like to clean up with their left hand after going to the bathroom. Yep, you heard me correct. […]