Travelers Tales

I have been fortunate to visit many lands in recent years, not as an explorer but as an interested man. And always there is a Journal. These pages are extracts from those journals. I have sought to convey a sense of time and place and the descriptions are of the things that I have seen and experienced- sometimes along with a record of events from long ago.  It remains a work in progress- there will always be another story to tell.

Haiku Poems from Australia Drawn from eight months driving around Australia

A Tasmanian Turning Point Part of a road trip along the eastern seaboard of Australia

An Old Welsh Boat in a New Zealand Volcano Caplin at Akaroa

Kaikoura Whales An encounter with giants of the deep in New Zealand

On Chilean Straits Part of a road trip in South America

Traveling Alone A few thoughts

Tengboche Monastry High in the Himalayas

Not One Harry Head But Two Footsteps on the peninsula

Rhythm of the Sea You can’t always see it, but it is there

Night Passage from Cherbourg Crossing the English Channel at night in a yacht

Whanganui River A five day paddle in a Canadian canoe (includes photos & a video)

I Must Go Down to the Seas Again Masefield’s epic poem in words and pictures

On the Road in Myfanwy A much loved camper truck in New Zealand