For quite some time now I’ve been thinking about volunteering. I was keen to get involved in a project when travelling around Asia last year but that fell through. I keep thinking about becoming a school governor but that seems a bit too much like my day job. And there have been a few winters… Continue reading Miss McG volunteers as a maths tutor
I decided to write a summary of my travels for any of you that are interested in my adventures but don’t have time to trawl through all my blogs. I decided to do it as an A-Z. Here goes… A is for adventure, the best time of my life. It’s hard to believe that the… Continue reading A-Z summary of Miss McG’s travels
The last leg of my journey, ten days in Oman to visit my beautiful friend Stacey, her husband Kalev and their baby bump. How exciting! My first evening was spent catching up and we treated ourselves to a delicious steak at a posh restaurant. The next day we travelled to Wahiba Sands to spend a… Continue reading Oh man, Oman!
I really wanted a proper holiday whilst on my brother’s honeymoon in Thailand so decided not to write a blog of my time here (especially as most of it has been sunbathing and reading game of thrones). I thought instead I’d write a limerick to share with you all. But alas, my darling dad took… Continue reading Honeymoon in Thailand
Asia days 85-100: China This is now my fourth trip to mainland China and I managed the border crossing and trip to Shenzhen airport magnificently. The next two weeks are going to be spent with family and friends and at my brother’s wedding. I’ve decided to write a less thorough blog because you’re probably not… Continue reading A stag do, a birthday party, and a wedding
Asia days 81-85: Hong Kong. I’ve only ever once tried couch surfing, with my brother in Cambodia, so I decided I should really try it out. So I made an account a couple of weeks ago and registered my trip to Hong Kong. And wow, I was inundated with requests to host me or to… Continue reading A weekend in Hong Kong
Japan days 15-17: Hiroshima. I caught the bullet train to Hiroshima which was a fun experience. The train was by far the nicest I’ve travelled on – especially compared to those in India! I arrived quite late into Hiroshima so got some food and settled into the hostel where I saw Tom from Kyoto –… Continue reading It’s not all gloom in Hiroshima