Northern Thailand was by far my most interesting experience during my travels and Las Vegas was the most fun.
Check out my map for more locations and ask me about them.
My two beautiful daughters.
Buddhism really takes my interest. I'm also very interested in Gaelic culture.
Saying goodbye to my parents.
All of Dan Browns books are fantastic and I love 'Castaway' with Tom Hanks.
Scotland. To immerse myself in the culture and language.
Anything and everything about writing, history and the arts.
Better access to education, a living wage, access to universal healthcare and a less of a divide between cross-sections of the community.
Computer software tolerance tester.
Innate ability to tolerate intolerable people.
Personality adjustment engineer.
The Breaker of Things Extraordinaire.
I grew up literally on the beach in one of the most beautiful environments in the country, and I knew it too. I was very fortunate to live there and it features on my profile.
It is my childhood home and still to this day, no matter where I am in the world, it is and always will be 'home'.
About 'Sutton Hoo' and the discovery of a 6th Century Anglo-Saxon burial site that changed the world's perception of the 'Dark Ages'.
Yes, I am a history nerd, you have been warned.
I like to think that I'll be back to my hometown and enjoying the good life.
Banana Bread. I don't know why, but I love baking it and experimenting with different ingredients. I have now invented the best Banana Bread you are ever likely to taste. Ask me for details.
I am extraordinarily messy. Much to my eternal shame.
Although the 1950's had its social flaws, I think this was the generation that really had it going for it. The last vestiges of innocence before the human race plunged into anarchy.
Social Equality. Planned Parenting. Universal Health Care. A basic welfare system. Multi-culturalism. Greater tolerance and acceptance (despite how hard the media try to tell you otherwise).
I wish I had siblings to grow up alongside me.
Spirituality and an understanding that there are greater things than themselves that they will never fully understand, but are far more better than this little piece of the universe.
A Geologist and part-time History Professor.
It was a huge age gap and many differences, but that didn't stop me from loving them.
Deep down, everyone has a good side, and a 'human' side that is full of faults, strengths and weaknesses.
The deepening political divide that tears us all apart, all because of what? Which ideology is better? How about caring more for each other and the rock we live on, it's the only home we have.
Don't be too pushy, let things happen naturally.