Greetings friends, its been a while.
It’s been quite around my travelogue lately, please don’t take it personally. After a crazy four week race across Thailand and India in April/May filming a TV show, I’ve taken a short-term job as a cook on a 750-square mile cattle station in the central outback of Australia (in the Northern Territory). There’s 1 million stars (the best starry skies I’ve seen in the world…even better than Mozambique), 5,000 head of cattle (20,000 legs to hold them up), a few thousand miles of barbed wire fences, a few hundred kangaroos, a handful of cowboys and no internet or cell phone service.
With no internet or SMS’ing, it’s a bit challenging to post travelogue and Twitter updates, except when I’m allowed to come into town for a hot shower and a cold beer. So please bear with me, as I spend my days grilling steaks, wrestling pigs and trying to figure out where the clutch is on this horse.
In the mean time, I figure this might be a good opportunity to let all the new readers (and remind the noboundaries.org veterans ’round here), that http://www.noboundaries.org is the heart of my 3-year around-the-world travelogue, where you can always find the latest stories and visuals from my travels, my current location, travel map and contact information.
Come back regularly, or even better, subscribe with your RSS reader to keep up on the latest posts, stories, photos, videos and more. You can also keep track of me (and become my friend) via Facebook. If you want super regular updates, full of day-to-day minutia, you can also follow me on my noboundaries.org Twitter account in 140 character snippets of a day-in-the-life of an average guy on a trip around-the world.
If you’re a more visual person check out my ‘photo-a-day-ish’ (hosted by Posterous) which is splashed on a regular basis with a potpourri of photos I’ve snapped along the way. Or, if I’ve failed to interest you with any of that, grab a horse, a swag and a billy can of tea and come out and visit me on the station—its 1533 kms/ 952 miles due south of Darwin. I’ll cook you up a mean scotch steak, veggies and an ice cold stubby of beer under a million star sky that will take your breath away (the jury’s still out on what the cooking will do to you though).
I sincerely appreciate all of you who’ve come along these past few years for this around-the-world adventure, and I promise you the best is yet to come on this travelogue. In the next 6-months you’re in for stories from Kazakhstan, The Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland, The Middle East, Africa and points in between!
Hope you’ve enjoy the ride so far, and hope you stay tuned.
May the road rise to meet you,